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Giggles Play Mill

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
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Location iconWarrington
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Indoor soft play frame at Giggles Play Mill in Warrington

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There are 4 separate play areas designed to keep babies, toddlers and your little monsters up to 11 years old amused so it's great for a family with lots of kids! There's a multi-level main play frame for the older types complete with loads of climbing fun plus slides and zip wire; a mini climbing wall for the under 5s and the largest under 3s' soft play in the area! It's also the only soft play center offering a permanent bouncy castle, plus there's a football pitch and sports area for everyone to share! Height restriction 149 cm applies to main frame.

The baby zone is perfect for crawling and stumbling about with plenty of soft colourful matting and cool toys, with daily Tots' Activity sessions at 10:30am to 2:30pm on weekdays during term time. The kids will usually make something to take home too! Baby change available to keep things easy.

Booking is not required and in school holidays they have the bouncy castle running at regular intervals throughout the day so you'll just have to keep an eye out. Something else to watch for is party bookings as they sometimes close at 4pm so if you're going after school ring ahead to check! The party options range from a simple play and eat affair, to the themed options and special Craft or Bear parties where they'll make something to take home as well as have the play and nibbles. Awesome!

Opening hours

Term Time
Monday to Friday 09:30 - 16:30
Saturday 09:30 - 18:00
Sunday 11:00 - 17:00

School Holidays
Monday to Saturday 09:30 - 18:00
Sunday 11:00 - 17:00



3rd Floor Evans House, Norman Street,
WA2 7HW,

Phone number

01925 445753


General Admission
Under 1's/Adults: Free
Kids (1+): £4.00
Child Minders: £2.00


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