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Shanklin Old Village, The Village Inn Shanklin Chine Shanklin Old Village

Shanklin – Isle of Wight

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Tourist Information Tel:01983 823368

Shanklin Chine Tel:01983 866432
The deep, narrow gorge is a rich haven for rare plants, woodland and wildlife. There is also an enchanting waterfall and Chine Lodge, which houses the Heritage Centre and is built on the site of one of the oldest houses on the island.

Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary (Wroxhall) Tel:01983 852693
The Sanctuary provides a secure, peaceful and happy home for donkeys which have been neglected, abandoned or in need of care.

Isle of Wight Steam Railway Tel:01983 882204
The railway runs for five miles and all of the carriages and most of the locomotives have spent much of their working lives on the island.

Owl & Monkey Haven Tel:01983 530885
The island’s newest attraction provides a home for primates and birds of prey which, for reasons such as age or injury, would otherwise not survive in the wild.

Shanklin Theatre Tel:01983 862739
Enjoy shows and productions which are written and produced by the theatre’s own production team.

Shanklin and Sandown Golf Club Tel:01983 403217
A challenging 18 hole golf course with spectacular views of the countryside.


Godshill Model Village Tel:01983 840270
This award-winning attraction features houses, pubs, churches and even an airfield – all perfectly recreated in miniature!

Blackgang Chine Tel:01983 730052
Overlooking the spectacular south west Heritage Coast, Blackgang Chine is an eccentric mix of exciting rides, goblins and fairies, dinosaurs and more, all set within rambling Victorian gardens.

Ventnor Botanic Gardens Tel:01983 855397
Extending over 22 acres, the garden features a rare collection of trees, plants and shrubs which are difficult to grow elsewhere in the UK and there is also a visitor’s centre. Entrance to the gardens is free.