Why we love Robin Hill so much is simple to answer – it has so much to offer and is totally unbeatable on the fun stakes (not just for the kids either). Discover the rolling parkland, natural woodland and countryside gardens for exploration, adventure and entertainment. Not only that but the park comes alive throughout the year for an incredible calendar of daytime and evening events.

Robin Hill is delighted to be re-opening from Wednesday 19th May 2021, to enable them to manage visitors numbers tickets will need to be purchased direct with Robin Hill. Find out more


Discover Robin Hill…88 acres of rolling parkland, natural woodland and countryside gardens for exploration, adventure and entertainment. 

Robin Hill is an exceptional place; a hidden gem on the Isle of Wight. The park is one of the Island’s most popular attractions.

Beautiful open parkland leads to woodland trails that meander through curated gardens featuring sculptures, tumbling water features, ponds, bridges and an extensive botanic collection. A tranquil stroll wouldn’t be complete without spotting one of the colourful tails of its resident peacocks. The birds are accustomed to the park’s many guests, as well as visiting four-legged friends; dogs are welcomed throughout the open season, with the Lower Valley being a particularly popular spot for a game of catch.

Burn off some energy on the treetop canopy walkways, adrenalin-inducing Jungle Heights adventure nets, epic rides, 4D cinema and plenty more outdoor play options for the whole family including Africa Adventure playground and Hill Billy Slides. You won’t want to miss the exhilarating quarter mile downhill toboggan ride either! 

Be entertained…
As well as the daily falconry displays at the park, Robin Hill plays host to an incredible calendar of events throughout the year. From cultural evenings such as the Chinese New Year celebrations which feature beautifully lit woodland walkthroughs and traditional activities; to high-energy summer events with party vibes to keep the whole family entertained. The park is also home to an 800 seat Woodland Amphitheatre which sits amidst towering trees in the heart of the woodland!

Robin Hill offers such a variety of experiences that there truly is something for everyone, and always something new to discover. 


  • open 21 & 22 March and then daily from 28 March to 5 September  

Opening times

  • generally opens at 10:00 - please check the calendar on the left for specific days and times

Last admission

  • 1 hour before closing time. Some indoor attractions & rides close up to 45 minutes before park shuts. Ride operating times, cafe facilities and shop opening times vary, depending on time of season


  • free large car park


  • disabled spaces are available in the main car park
  • disabled toilet facilities
  • guide dogs are welcome
  • wheelchair and electric mobility sccoter users - the park is set within 88 acres of downland and a wooded valley. The route is sloping in places with some paths as steep as 1:5 (12°). the majority of the park is accessible by wheelchair but some paths are gravel or grass based
  • visitors in manual wheelchairs who wish to visit all areas of the park should be accompanied by strong helpers


  • children aged 3 and under are free of charge
  • children under 14 will not be admitted without an adult
  • baby changing facilities

What are you going to find?

Adventure Nets the biggest adventure yet. Suspended high up in the treetop canopy discovery bouncy net bridges, a mega trampoline and a maze of tunnels suspended between the trees, up to 10m off the ground....and on the way down, an incredible slide which will take you underground. bouncing good fun for all the family!

Fun rides
Toboggan Run | Cows Express | Colossus Swinging Galleon | 4D Motion Cinema | The BIG Green tractor Train

Adventure Play
Canopy Skywalk | Squirrel Tower | African Adventure | Squirrel Run | Troll Bridges | Duck Down Play Village | Giant Maze | Tots Play and Activity course | Hill Billy and Sanke Slides

The Rest
Falconry Displays | Owl Shows | Woodland Gardens

Gift shop
at the main entrance with a range of gifts and souvenirs

We hope you enjoy your visit and don't forget to tweet a pic
( @RedFunnel  @RobinHillIW)


Getting to Robin Hill is easy from Southampton with Red Funnel.

By car - catch the car ferry to East Cowes and then head south on Dover Road. Take the A3021, Briddlesford Road to Downend and your there. It will take about 14 minutes.

On foot - catch the Red Jet to West Cowes. From here, Southern Vectis operate frequent buses (service 1) to Newport where you can change at the bus station for Ventnor (service 8). Taxis are also available outside the West Cowes Red Jet terminal. For car hire, we recommend Enterprise - they will pick you-up from the Red Jet if you tell them your arrival time.

Robin Hill Address: Downend, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 2NU