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Jellybeans Widnes

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Activity Centres, Indoor
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Indoor soft play and climbing wall at Jellybeans Widnes

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The main multi level adventure play frame has all the usual gubbins and more, including spooky room, a wavy astro slide and a super sports ball zone! Loads to keep the big jobs amused and exercising regardless of what the weather's doing outside!

Toddlers have their own selection of intriguing developmental equipment and play features including squashy construction blocks, interactive toys and mini vehicles track in a tiny town with cute car wash, great for some role-play adventure time.

This terrific facility also offers a supervised climbing wall, indoor climbing wall, electric go kart track and crazy golf! So if you're missing the little darlings there are plenty of things to call them out to do a bit closer to you!

For parents there are comfy leather sofas, daily newspapers and big screen TV on news channel. It's also great to know that they're serious about safety and there are electronically controlled entry and exit gates, plus CCTV throughout which shows images of the interior of the play frame on a dedicated big screen, to help you keep track of what they're up to! Ideal for if you've got nervous types or over confident types, either way ones that want watching a bit more! Or of course if you'd just like to stay a bit more involved in their adventure and get to watch the shenanigans.

They also offer kids' parties of course and there are several themes and options available to help your little one's big day sparkle! Why not use our link to check out what's on offer?

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 09:15 - 15:00, Saturday to Sunday 10:00 - 15:30



Unit 4 Dennis Road,
WA8 0GU,

Phone number

0151 4229928


From £2.00, dependent on age

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