Tapnell Farm

Tapnell Farm is a brilliant day out for families with younger children. Boasting a large indoor soft-play area over three levels, an large outdoor play zone with huge inflatable Jumping Pillows, Pedal Go-Karts,a straw-bale pyramid, and, to top it all, the longest indoor zip-wires on the Isle of Wight, the play areas will keep the kids busy for hours. Once they’ve had enough play though, Tapnell Farm also houses a whole multitude of animals from the smallest bunnies to donkeys, alpacas and sheep – and don’t forget to take a pic with the plastic cows dotted around the site!

NEW! The Island’s First Aqua Park

The Isle of Wight’s first outdoor, floating, Aqua Park will be opening at Tapnell Farm this Spring!  Planned opening May – September.

Great fun for families, adults and children (age 8+), the Aqua Park lake will feature a floating, inflatable course with over 20 obstacles, joined together to create a series of fun challenges designed to suit varying standards of ability – the tallest being Mount Rainer, towering at 3.8m high!

The Aqua Park will operate separately to the existing businesses at Tapnell Farm.

More detailed information about the Aqua Park will be provided shortly.

For further info, visit www.tapnellfarm.com

Tapnell Farm
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Considering that this is a working farm, Tapnell Farm has certainly put the effort in to creating an accessible and fully inclusive venue for family fun. An amazing day out for all the family regardless of ability, Tapnell Farm is well worth a visit!
Excellent family fun - don't miss out!
Fully accessible
Accessible toilets - you won't need a RADAR key
Something for everyone regardless of age or ability
A wonderful cafe overlooking the soft play area serving a range of fresh foods - will cater for all dietary requirements.
Plentiful accessible parking
A acclaimed restaurant (The Cow) on site for freshly baked larger meals - will cater to all dietary requirements.
A few small things to note:
The car park is deeply gravelled; manual wheelchair users may struggle without assistance
There are two accessible toilets in the main barn, but please note these are very narrow and may only just hold a visitor in a wheelchair and a carer
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