Blackgang Chine
Blackgang Chine is a Theme Park set within Victorian gardens and overlooks the spectacular cliffs of Isle of Wight’s ‘Heritage Coast’

Disappearing Village an exhibition based on a BBC TV series, this attraction tells the story of the Island’s coast and illustrates the dramatic cliff falls and erosion that Blackgang has suffered over hundreds of years, together with the impressive 87’ skeleton of the whale which has been on display since 1844.

End of March to end of October
Daily 10am to 5pm (closing time varies depending on time the of year).
Includes all the attractions as well as unlimited free returns within next 7 days. Disappearing Village on itself is about half this price. Free entry for under 4s. There are cheaper off peak days.
Blackgang Chine, Nr Chale, Isle of Wight PO38 2HN
Tel:01983 73033
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The whale skeleton on display in the 1930s
Red Funnel  ferry from Southampton to East/West Cowes.
Wightlink  ferry from Lymington to Yarmouth.
Wightlink  ferry from Portsmouth to Ryde.
Hovertravel  hovercraft from Southsea to Ryde
Southern Vectis  buses on the Isle of Wight
Streetmap  Blackgand location on the Isle of Wight
Parking on site
The Ship-Ashore is a large tea-room with further seating outside and stunning views down the south west coast of the Island. Offering morning coffee, patisserie, light lunches and afternoon teas.

Pirates Pantry is a 150 seat cafe and there are snack outlets as well around the park.
The chine has tarmac paths all the way round and though hilly in places it can be accessed by most disabled persons.
There are 3 unisex disabled toilets at various parts of the park.

The disabled persons discount is on the basis that there are a number of upstairs areas not accessible and the Coaster is not suitable for persons with poor control of their motor muscles.


Blackgang Chine, Isle of Wight
Blackgang Chine, Isle of Wight