Ryde has a skating rink and bowling alley and an indoor swimming pool.
There is also the UK's 2nd longest pier with sea fishing points together with long beaches and one of the world's flattest beaches that extends 4 miles when tide is out.
There is also a fun fair/ bowling green and pedalo with small children's paddling pool and parks.
There is also a road train to assist you around Ryde. There are many shops and cafes with restaurants and pubs.
From theme parks to animal parks, historic sites to natural delights, the Isle of Wight has loads of great places to visit.
Check out the extraordinary range of attractions and distractions
There are the world famous coloured cliffs at The Needles of course, as well as a steam railway, a magnificent zoo park and even Dinosaur Isle.
With over 60 perennially popular tourist attractions we could go on and on – and we’re sure your children would love to do just that.
Save some energy though – there’s also mile after mile of unspoilt heritage coastline to stroll along as well as picturesque villages and historic towns to explore. So come over soon and experience some Wight magic