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123 Jump Play Centre Cardiff

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
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Cafe area and bouncy castle at 123 Jump Play Centre Cardiff

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123 Jump Play Centre is the place to go if you've got kids with fizz! It has a fantastic play frame spread over multiple levels, an enormous inflatable, an indoor football pitch and a zone just for toddlers! Everything you need! At a whopping 19,000 sq feet it is arguably the largest dedicated indoor soft play centre in the South West!

At Jump, all children are encouraged to be as energetic and active as they like, to really let out all that tension from school and the tyranny of parents! In this super safe but totally exciting environment, children develop their important physical and social skills, co-ordination and balance, plus of course it gets the little bleeders out of the house! It's all good...

They actively encourage parents to join in with the fun so wear your socks! All of their play equipment is designed and built with adults in mind, so there's no worries about weight or height, just get in there and play

Plus, they also have a cool bonus activity session on site every day of the week (except weekends) that you and the kids can get in on, which are as follows: Messy Mondays (painting, play dough); Tiny Chef Tuesdays (biscuit, cake and pizza decorating); Wacky Wednesdays (costume making and role-play); Things To Make Thursday (like crowns and cards) and Fun Fridays (collage and printing)!

So there's loads of extra fun to be had!

Opening hours

Term Time
Monday to Friday 10:00 - 18:30
Saturday to Sunday 09:30 - 18:00

School Holidays
Monday to Sunday 09:30 - 18:00



Parc Ty Glas, Llanishen,
Glamorgan and Cardiff,
CF14 5DU,

Phone number

029 20747 300


General Admission
Adults: Free
Kids (2-12): £10.50
Babies (1): £7.00
Under 1's: £3.50

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