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Attraction in Alum Bay

Needles Park
Alum Bay
Isle of Wight

PO39 0DJ | View map
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Set in heritage coastline at Alum Bay, the Park offers attractions for all including the spectacular chairlift to view the amazing coloured sand cliffs and dramatic Needles Rocks and Lighthouse. Outdoor attractions also include a Carousel, Vintage Cars, Jurassic Golf, Water Walkerz, Spin Cycle and there are boat trips too for a close view of the famous landmark. Indoor attractions include the popular Sand Shop where visitors can create their own unique sand souvenir, and the Isle of Wight Sweet Manufactory and Alum Bay Glass where visitors can watch our skilled sweet makers and glassblowers demonstrate their fascinating craft. A monument to Marconi, the pioneer of radio, also stands within the Park.

There is no admission charge to the Park.
Small charge for Car Park plus a range of pay-as-you-go attractions.
'Supersaver' Attraction Discount Books are available saving 25%.
All facilities subject to availability

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Months Open: Fully open Easter - October Half-term
Some facilities open during winter.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes - 4 charge (8 caravan/campervan)
Admission Price: Car park 4 plus a range of pay-as-you-go attractions
Supersaver Ticket Books: 9
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant & Fast Food Outlets

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