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Shanklin Chine: Celebrating its Bicentenary year in 2017 Shanklin Chine marks a truly special milestone this year’s as it celebrates its 200th Anniversary as a visitor attraction. The gates to this historic gorge first opened back in 1817, making it...more
It’s at the end of Shanklin esplanade and costs a few pounds to get in. There is a lot of history especially ref the WW2 Pluto pipeline which fuelled the allies in France from pipes laid under the sea. Lots of photos and write ups...More
Lovely during the day. Great escapism. Good entry prices. Went in the evening when it was illiminated. A little disappointed that there were not as many lights as I thought there would be, nevertheless it was still a very pleasant evening. Would recommend.
there was litrealy nothing to see for what we we actually paid for. to be honest it should be free. the only thing we saw was few birds and just trees up and down. watwrfall was noit even working so overall 3/10.
Surprised at the high ranking of this attraction. Worth seeing if you are already in the area and a good way to get from the High st to the Esplanade. Generally getting tired and rundown though. Gardens not well maintained, evening illumination very basic. Ok...More
You can park in the main town car park and it is about 5 minutes to the Chine. I would suggest anyone who cannot walk get dropped near the entrance. There is a handrail down the steps, then a flat walk then steps again. I... More
You can park in the main town car park and it is about 5 minutes to the Chine. I would suggest anyone who cannot walk get dropped near the entrance. There is a handrail down the steps, then a flat walk then steps again. I rested in the cafe while my daughter walked back up and got the car, then met her down on the seafront. That is the best idea.