14 August 2017 at 11:00
Love your local soft play venue, but a little bored and fancy trying another?...here's a list to keep you sane and the little ones active.
We have 8 (yep 8!...fill your bouncing boots).
Astroworld in West Bridgford - this play centre is only a few months old. 0-11 year olds are welcome to discover the wonders of the galaxy and beyond. Bounce into the galactic! https://www.facebook.com/pg/AstroWorldWB/reviews/?ref=page_internal
Eden Soft Play in The Meadows - Set inside a church, the space is fanatastic and kids adore this place. There's lots of space for parents and tall slides to keep the the little ones entertained. http://www.edensoftplay.co.uk
Tumble Town in Arnold - Tumble Town is the longest running indoor play centre in Nottingham. It's located near the high street, so it's handy for a spot of shopping before or afterwards. http://tumbletownplaycentre.co.uk
Dizzy Rascals in Ruddington - they have a toddler area with dizzy discs, ball pool, wavy slide and there is also a coupe car track. There's a separate baby area with soft shapes, bouncers, walkers and a ball pit. https://www.facebook.com/dizzyrascalzsoftplay/
Pirate Soft Play in Sherwood - a popular one for this side of town! There's 'Motorbike' rides, wavey slides, curly slides and lots of room for hide and seek. They have a baby area, under 4's area and an area for the biggies. Great fun! http://www.piratesplay.co.uk
Jungletastic in Nuthall - this place provides fun and safe entertainment for children aged 0 – 10 years. They have an area for babies and areas for the older age groups too. Check out their summer specials where the kids can get a free slush! http://jungletastic.com
Escape at Giltbrook retail park - this place is a favourite for those that want to mingle it in with a spot of ikea and other shopping. The play centre is huge, there's 'motorbike' driving, softball and an exciting main play area to get safetly lost in. https://www.escapeplay.co.uk
Eds play barn in East Bridgford - 'Scramble, climb, pile, throw, play, perform!' that's what Ed’s Playbarn aims for your little ones to do...so go and check them out. http://www.bridgfordgardencentre.co.uk/playbarn/