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Monkey Madness Play Centre

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
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Location iconBasildon
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People in ball pit at Monkey Madness Play Centre in Basildon

Attraction Information

Monkey Madness offers fun for kids of all ages under 10, with a multi-level adventure maze for the big kids and a pleasingly spacious and well stocked area for the not so big ones.

So, whether they're after slides, balls, wobbly bridges, squashy hurdles or indeed anything else in that being then they're more likely than not to find it here. And if not, there's certainly plenty to distract them!

They also offer a fun range of exciting events and activities daily basis including led games, story-telling and visits from special characters!

There are regular classes and groups held here too including a music and movement session and baby signing workshop, so be sure to check what's coming up if you're local.

Please, bear in mind that you need to register on your first ever visit and there is a small joining fee for this. The reason is apparently to keep your details in their super safe database so every eventuality is covered and your details are maintained completely privately. Very organised!

There are a trio of party options available here too, with Build A Bear and Laser Tag options as well as the standard variety. Please note that the Laser Tag is only available for parties.

Opening hours

Monday, Tuesday and Sunday 09:30 - 18:00

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 09:30 - 18:30

Please check opening hours as they may close early for Exclusive Hire or Special Events.



Unit 36, Miles Gray Road,
SS14 3GN,

Phone number

01268 288211


2 hour playtime

Babies: Free

Aged 1 to 2: £4.25

Aged 3 and over: £6.50

Adults: £1.50

One adult per paying child permitted free of charge, each adult after that will be charged admission.

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