Not only that but with the days getting longer, days out with the kids are looking a more attractive prospect all round.
Here are the top five family things to do on the island according to Tripadvisor reviews.
Top 5 Isle of Wight attractions
Isle of Wight Coastal Footpath
Why not plan on tackling one of the six sections of the Isle of Wight Coastal Footpath with the kids this half term?
A variety of length walks to choose from, each one offers stunning views, historic interest from fossils to Queen Victoria and nature in abundance.
Wildheart Animal Sanctuary
An opportunity to come face-to-face with some of the planets most endangered species including tigers, lynx, and reptiles.
The Sanctuary rescues many of its inhabitants from poor and inhumane conditions around Europe.
The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary
An opportunity to meet some of the unwanted and rescued animals being cared for at the centre.
While admission is free, you do have the option to donate towards the running costs and perhaps even adopt your favourite donkey!
This tree-lined gorge is the islands oldest tourist attraction drawing in visitors for more than 200 years.
You'll be wowed by waterfalls, experience the tranquillity of nature, and perhaps even enjoy a slice of cake in the cafe too.
An attractive place to get out into the great outdoors with the kids, Bembridge Harbour not only offers great views, but you will find a cafe, a bar and plenty of walks going from there too.