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Pandamonium Play Centre

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
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Indoor soft play frame and cafe area at Pandamonium Play Centre in Erskine

Attraction Information

The luxuriantly jungle themed play area is split into 2 designated areas, those being a gated under 3s' section and a much bigger over 3s' section. Their cheeky toddler area features a mini soft play kit, a selection of soft shapes, kiddie ball pool, baby walkers and bouncers plus various Little Tikes' cars and ride-ons. The main play zone has an awesome drop slide (go ooon), a smart little football area, several trampolines and a mega multi lane slide ideal for racing! There are also Go Karts and they have recently added a little bouncy castle too!

Their centre is designed with maximum security in mind, having a secure electronic gated entry exit system and good staff supervision (though you're still responsible for your own monkeys!). They also have 3 nicely themed party rooms, an executive mezzanine party area for you posh types and 6 excellent different party packages to choose from, which can include a visit from their panda mascot!

And the Panda Cafe serves up a delicious looking assortment of cakes, snacks and main meals plus have a specials board on the day too.

It's well worth noting that popular local hair and beauty salon Alan Thomas is also here inside Pandamonium Centre, in a separate area from the play centre. So if you're playdating why not let one of you pop out back for a pamper?! There's also a nursery for under 5s.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 10:00 - 21:00 
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

Location

Address

53 Kilpatrick Drive,
Erskine,
Glasgow and Strathclyde,
PA8 7AF,
Scotland

Phone number

01418 126081

Pricing

Admission prices vary, please see attractions website for full details
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