Polar-2021-mediapackimages-8The festive spirit is truly alive at Robin Hill after a magical opening weekend of POLAR.

POLAR is the Isle of Wight’s must-see experience this Christmas. Robin Hill’s parkland has been adorned with thousands of twinkling lights and brand-new festive installations. There’s delicious food, letters to Santa and even a chance to get your photo taken with stars of the show, life-sized polar bears, Pippa & Pop.

James Crofts, Park Manager, says:

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“If the last couple of years has taught us anything, it’s that time spent with the people you love is important, especially during the festive season. If we can help make magical moments happen and turn them into unforgettable memories, then we’re doing the right thing. And after the feedback this weekend, I’d say the team have been doing an incredible job!”

This year sees the return of the Big Red Express like you’ve never seen before with guests invited to board the train for a ride around Robin Hill’s unexplored tracks, complete with glistening light-up reindeer.


Guests also have the opportunity to enjoy the park’s timeless attractions like the Colossus, Cows Express and 4D Cinema with a Christmassy twist too and take part in the Island’s biggest treetop snowball fight in the canopy nets of Jungle Heights.

With just 2 weekends left before Christmas and tickets selling fast on select dates, there are only a few opportunities left to experience POLAR. Head over to www.robin-hill.com/polar.

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2022 Frequent Visitor Passes are now on sale and includes the first ever of next year, Spirit of the Orient (18th-26th February). Passes are available to purchase from Robin Hill, complete with festive gift wallet, 10:00-14:00 weekdays until 20th December and 14:00-16:30 on POLAR dates.

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Carol Singer
Carol Singer
8 months ago

They are paid too much tax credits and child allowance, can afford this, yet, apparently not food for the kids, but know some suckers who will.

Reply to  Carol Singer
8 months ago

Bitter old spinster….. I suspect that you are baron and have nine cats ?


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