You can catch a train to either Portsmouth or Southampton and then catch a passenger ferry to the Isle of Wight.
The Island has two types of trains, it has Steam Trains and the Old London Underground Trains that run above ground.
There is only a connecting train on the Island from the Portsmouth route, if travelling from Southampton then you will need to arrange transport on the Island.
If you let us know in advance we will try and arrange for someone to pick you up, depending on availability. Please also note that at Revolution we explore the Island during the weekend and have off-site activities, having transport is an advantage but not a must. Let us know if you plan on coming without transport.
Apart from being an ideal setting to host Revolution, the Isle of Wight has many tourist attractions.
During your time at Revolution you will get to explore much of the Island and discover it's hidden treasures, not only is Revolution a National Explorer and Network activity camp cram packed with great activities, it's also an adventure and a holiday at the same time. Come and join us.
If your unit want to do something else in addition to the program whilst on the Island such as Hang-gliding, Scuba Diving, Pleasure Flights... then let us know in advance and we will see if we can help.
There are numerous ways to get to the Island, and it does depend on how you are planning on coming down as a unit and whereabouts you are located in the Country.
There are two ferry companies that run to the Island these are 'Red Funnel' and 'Wight Link'.
The ferry to the Island can be quite expensive, make sure that you allow for this when calculating your budget, also as it is a Double Bank Holiday weekend make sure that you book well in advance, or else you might have problems getting to the Island. You can reduce the price of the ferry by booking out of the peak times.
The activies are located off-site, you will require your own transport on the Island to acces them.
NEXT EVENT: 29th March - 2nd April 2018
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