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Dizzy Rascals Indoor Playcentre

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
Profile iconAges 0-12
Location iconLaurencekirk
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Party room at Dizzy Rascals Indoor Playcentre in Laurencekirk

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This is a pretty epic play centre with 12,000 sq ft of fun features stretching 3 levels up in the air! There are slides, swing balls, bridges, tunnels, obs pods, biff bash and all the other contemporary classics that the kids expect and adore.

The tots' area is particularly good here, with a desert island theme and some really unusual and striking features like inflatable treasure chest and a squashy shark fin in the pretend sea around the little island.

It's definitely a step above the norm and it's followed by the 2 to 5 year olds' zone which is fashioned after a pirate ship and offer chances to climbing the rigging, whoosh down the plank slide, brave the wavy bridge and survey all from the crow's nest! And both these zones have been designed with participatory parenting in mind so be sure to wear your good socks and get in there with them!

The 5 to 12 main frame is bigger of course and features more daring stuff alongside the rest like the aerial runways and racing slide, but has plenty of quieter fun fare too like the mouse maze and the ball lagoon.

Plus, there's a pedal karting area.

Opening hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9:30 - 16:00
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 16:30

Closed every Wednesday

2019 closure dates
May bank holiday
Thursday 20th June
Monday 1st July - Sunday 7th July
Monday 19th August - Sunday 25th August
Monday 24th December - 3rd January 2020

Opening hours may vary, so please always check with the attraction before you visit to avoid disappointment. 

Location

Address

Market Road,
Laurencekirk,
Aberdeenshire,
AB30 1DG,
Scotland

Phone number

01561 37 87 37

Pricing

From £4.00

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