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Adventure Reef Soft Play

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
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Location iconFarnborough
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Indoor soft play frame at Adventure Reef Soft Play in Farnborough

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Adventure Reef (previously known as The Jungle) is a 3 storey soft play facility welcoming children up to 12 years but really best for under 10s due to being fairly diminutive. This makes it a great stop then for those who want to keep their kids pretty much in sight throughout, or for kids who like to be able to get in and out of the structure quickly.

Some of the features in the main frame for the older kids include a selection of fun wavy slides, several ball ponds, the tricky to master twisty swings, numerous rope climbs, stepping stones and bash bags. All good stuff for getting kids some excellent cardio and a bloomin' good laugh to boot! It's great for their social skills as well as their confidence and gross motor abilities, so a better excuse for you to step back and have a coffee has yet to be invented!

The dedicated and enclosed Under 5's section also features a ball pond and a wavy slide of its own, though of course notably smaller! Plus teeny bash bags and soft toy fun with plenty of room to crawl, stumble and eventually toddle!

Socks must be worn by everyone in the play frame, including you should you have to go in so be sure to not only wear them but pack a spare pair if your kids tend to shed clothing!

Plus elsewhere to be found on the very same site you can have a nice little family tournament at Tenpin Bowling, steam it up on the Squash Courts if you've got a bit more energy, and relax in the Health Suite or Treatment Rooms if you've none at all!

Opening hours

Monday to Sunday 09:30 - 17:00



GU14 7LD,

Phone number

01252 370411


General Admission
Kids (3+): £4.00
Toddlers (1-3): £3.50
Under 1's: £1.00


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