The festive story of POLAR continues at Robin Hill this winter season with selected evenings of magical Christmas delight from 4th-23rd December.

From the Walk of Wonder and beautifully illuminated ancient woodland to immersive walk-through experiences like the POLAR Hollow, it’s this Christmas’ must-see experience.

Under the twinkling evening light, begin your journey with a visit to one of the decoration workshops. Bookable online in advance (at a cost of £6), these craft workshops are great for both children and adults alike.

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Stop by the family favourite rides with a touch of Christmas magic before venturing down into the illuminated woodland, where the kids can burn off some energy by bouncing into the Isle of Wight’s biggest Treetop Snowball Fight in Jungle Heights.

Continue through the twinkling walkways and out into the crisp open air of the Lower Valley to uncover the magnificent Marble Arch in all its festive awe. Stroll underneath to uncover delicious festive food and drink in the POLAR Village. Choose from a range of heartwarming classics like turkey and stuffing baguettes, giant pigs in blankets, roast potatoes with gravy and a whole host of luxury hot chocolates.

There will of course be a chance to meet the stars of the show, Pippa and Pop, in their magical woodland world.

Live carol singing around a roaring open fire is planned for this year’s event, which will take place on 4th/5th, 11th/12th, 18th/19th and 21st/22nd and 23rd December.

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Head to to book your magical Christmas experience today. Tickets are priced at £23.50 for adults and children over 4. Under 4s go free.

All guests visiting POLAR with a valid 2022 Frequent Visitor Pass will be gifted a luxury hot chocolate, or alternative hot drink voucher, upon arrival to the park; Robin Hill’s way of spreading some Christmas joy to say thank you and a very Merry Christmas.

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23 days ago

Sounds amazing. But who can afford £23.50 each just before Christmas?


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