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Isle of Wight Attraction Discounts

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Tapnell Park Farm & Isle of Wight Aqua Park (at Tapnell Farm) – You can often purchase season passes and joint tickets to both attractions – More Information

Blackgang Chine & Robin Hill – Sister attractions and you can purchase a joint ticket to both attractions, for a reduction. When you buy a ticket you can return within seven days for free, and they have evening events too – fireworks during high season. If you are going to visit often during the season, a Frequent Visitor Pass is well worth the investment.

Needles Landmark Attraction – Entry to the attraction is free but you have to purchase tickets to travel on the chairlift, make a sand ornament, go on the various rides and other attractions. A ‘supersaver’ book of tickets for £9 will buy you 12 £1 tickets, giving a 25% discount.

Isle of Wight Steam Railway – Get a 10% discount on the gate price if you book to visit the Falconry Centre at the railway through Red Funnel’s website – Offer Link

Dinosaur Isle – Download a ‘child goes free with an adult’ voucher from Hampshire Attractions – Offer Link 

Model Village Godshill – Buy tickets through Red Funnel’s website for a 15% discount – Offer Link

Garlic Farm – It is free to visit the Garlic Farm, roam around the fields and to visit their gallery, shop and of course restaurant. There is a charge for tractor and trailer rides, however.


Animal Encounters

The Wildheart Animal Sanctuary – Island residents get about 20% off but you have to prove residency, you can also buy tickets through Red Funnel’s website for a 20% discount – Offer Link

Monkey Haven – Take out annual membership and you visit for free, but you’ll need to make four visits before you start saving money. Plus you get 10% off in the shop and café when you show your card.

Amazon World – Turn every 50p in Tesco Clubcard Vouchers into 1.50 towards a ticket to Amazon World – Offer Link

Donkey Sanctuary – The Donkey Sanctuary is free, although you are encouraged to make a donation to the Sanctuary, buy something in the donkey shop or to adopt a donkey and make a contribution to their upkeep. None of these are required to visit, however.

Briddlesford Farm – Entry to the farm is free and there are young calves to pet in a pen next to the café (hand cleaning facilities provided).

Haven Falconry Bird of Prey Centre – based at the IW Steam Railway. Get 10% off of the gate price if you buy tickets through Red Funnel’s website – Offer Link


Culture and Heritage

English Heritage (Osborne House, Carisbrooke Castle & Yarmouth Castle) – Join English Heritage and you visit all of their properties for free. Plus each member can take up to six children (under 19) into attractions for free – Join Here

English Heritage (Osborne House, Carisbrooke Castle & Yarmouth Castle) – Join English Heritage using Tesco Clubcard Vouchers and each 50p voucher becomes 1.50 – Offer Link

National Trust (Needles Batteries, Mottistone Manor Gardens, Bembridge Fort, Bembridge Windmill & Newtown Old Town Hall) – Join the National Trust and you get to visit all their attractions for free – Join Here

Quarr Abbey – It is free to visit Quarr Abbey’s church, grounds, Visitor’s Centre (museum), art gallery and to see their pigs. There is also a shop and tearooms.

Fort Victoria – It’s free to visit Fort Victoria, the country park and the beach, although there are various attractions within the park that have an entrance fee, such as the Isle of Wight Reptilarium and the Isle of Wight Planetarium.

Shanklin Chine – Buy tickets through Red Funnel’s website for a 10% discount – Offer Link

Wight Military and Heritage Museum – Save 25% on admission tickets if you book through Red Funnel’s website – Offer Link


Sports and Activities

Ventnor Botanic Gardens – Often have deals on off season to purchase annual tickets. Keep an eye on their website – More Information

Goodleaf Treeclimbing – Offer a 5% discount for any tree climbers that travel to the Goodleaf field on public transport, pedal power or by foot – Offer Link


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