I think (but I’m not sure) that the children are being needles in this photo…
We arrived here very early and got started on the rather lengthy walk to get as close to the Needles as possible.
What I didn’t realise was how much there was to do at the Needles in terms of attractions. We bought saver tickets, 12 for £9 and set out to enjoy the rides. If the children had been older we would have gone down to the beach on the chair lift but it wasn’t really feasible due to their ages and the pushchair. Good news for us: the queue was dreadfully long!
We went on the car ride which was fun and then the tea cup ride. We visited the sweet making shop and the glass blowing workshop but it was a bit stressful with 3 kids (wanting every sweet in the place and veering terrifyingly near thousands of pounds worth of glass, eeeeeek!)
Lunch was amazing. When I ordered the jacket potato I thought it was hideously overpriced but when it arrived I was very impressed. It was sooooo tasty and filling.
My favourite amusement arcade game was there, the 2p machines! I have passed my enjoyment on to the kids 🙂
We had one last ride on the cars and then headed off to explore more of the island.