Attractions that allow Dogs
There are many things to see and do on the Isle of Wight with your dog and the good news is that many of our attractions are happy to allow them in. We have compiled a list below of some ideas of attractions that you can visit with your dog when you visit the Isle of Wight.
- Robin Hill Adventure Park & Gardens - spectacular park and gardens set in a valley, with loads of activities for children and adults alike. Dogs allowed in park on a lead, free poop scoop provided so please clean up after your dog.
- Blackgang Chine - Fantasy adventure park with a whole host of rides, activities, parks and attractions for all ages. Dogs are allowed in the park on a lead.
- Carisbrooke Castle - Famed for being the place King Charles I was imprisoned, and now featuring the brand new Edwardian-style Princess Beatrice Garden. Dogs allowed on leads.
- Isle of Wight Steam Railway - Award winning steam railway with services operating throughout the year. Dogs allowed to travel in 1st and 3rd Class but must be kept on short leads. Dog tickets are £3.
- Puckpool Park - beautiful gardens set within an old Victorian Fortification Battery, with tennis courts, mini golf, and cafe. Dogs welcome on leads.
- Appuldurcombe House - Partly restored shell of grand 18th century house, set in 11 acres of grounds. Dogs welcomed on leads.
- The Needles Old Battery - National Trust run Victorian fort with spectacular views out over the Needles rocks and lighthouse. Dogs allowed on leads.
- The Needles Park - Family attraction park with lots of activities, chair lift to beach with views to Needles rocks. Dogs allowed in park on leads, but not allowed into buildings.
- Model Village Godshill - beautiful scale model village of Shanklin and Godshill as they were in the 1920s and 30s. Dogs allowed on leads, but please clean up after your dog.
- Fort Victoria - huge expanse of woodland and coastline along the North West of the Isle of Wight, with stunning views over the Solent.
- Shanklin Chine - The Isle of Wight's oldest tourist attraction, this leafy gorge is illuminated after dusk between Friday 25 May to Sunday 9 September 2012. Dogs allowed if on a lead.
Please note the above information is correct at time of writing, it may still be worth checking with the attraction to check for any changes in their policies with regards to dogs before you arrive.