Shanklin Chine will re-open to the public on Thursday 2nd July, it has been announced.

The Shanklin-based attraction will finally open for the summer season between 10:00-22:00 each day until Sunday 8th November – weather permitting.

Access to the Chine is from the Esplanade entrance until further notice and for now there is restricted access to the PLUTO room and exhibition.

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Shanklin Chine is one of the Island’s earliest tourist attractions, dating back to 1817.

Admission is £6.95 which includes 7 days unlimited return. Concessionary rates for children, families and mobility impaired.

Fisherman’s Cottage Inn will also be re-opening, in line with the coronavirus guidelines.

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War veteran
War veteran
9 months ago

I for one can hardly wait. To pay to see a few trees and ferns amidst a trickle of water is a must for any Islander or visitors bucket list

Inbred iowter
Inbred iowter
Reply to  War veteran
9 months ago

Psst don’t tell the tree huggers

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