Explore beautiful open parkland leading to woodland trails that meander through curated gardens. The park’s 88 acres feature sculptures, ponds, bridges, tumbling water features and an extensive botanic collection.

A tranquil stroll wouldn’t be complete without spotting one of the colourful tails of the resident peacocks. The birds are accustomed to the park’s many guests, as well as visiting four-legged friends; dogs are welcomed throughout the season.

Wander through Oriental Woodland Ponds...

Follow the gravel trails through the Oriental-inspired Woodland Ponds are of the park. Cross wooden bridges and walk beneath the unique cascading bridge; a Chinese style canopy with cascading waterfalls either side of the pathway. After the exploration, stop for a spot to eat at The Ponds outlet and bar, serving a delicious selection of main meals.

Top tip! Can you find the twelve marble zodiac benches dotted around the ponds?

Venture across the Canopy Skywalk...

High above the woodland floor sits a stunning skywalk to bring you closer to the treetop canopy. Keep an eye out for red squirrels and if you’re feeling brave enough, look down to the forest floor through one of the mesh windows!

Robin Hill's park and gardens, Isle of Wight

Explore the park changing throughout the seasons...

Robin Hill’s 88 acres of parkland and woodland are filled with ever-changing views as the seasons shape the landscapes. Experience the first blooms of snowdrop and daffodils at the start of the year, followed by a dazzling array of flowers burst into colour during the Spring. The summer sees lush greens and the full bloom of rhododendrons, before the autumnal reds and oranges take over later in the year.