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Runaround at Jumping Jacks

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
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Soft play and cafe area at Runaround at Jumping Jacks in Broughton

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Runaround at Jumping Jacks

Runaround at Jumping Jacks
With a mere 2 levels it's not the biggest play centre around, but it's ideal for smaller kids and those who prefer quality over quantity, boasting really good theming and decor plus an excellent toddler zone for under 4s and another separate enclosed space just for babies.

The toddler frame is as big as the main frame but with added sit on toys and sized down features, so they've fit even more in! Both have slides, balls, tunnels and squashy stairs, plus loads of other classic physical play equipment all in a high standard jungle theme including Incan ruins etched on the padding. The baby zone is excellent with fabric books, baby bouncers, activity tables, play mats and room for parents to sit in with them during most sessions.

There's free WiFi in the restaurant area where there are also comfy leather sofas and a good menu with kids' healthy options available.

They also offer a range of specialist parties for children, with themes including Build A Bear, Pink And Pirate, Disco And Play, Eat And Play and the descriptively named Extravaganza! Plus there's a specific party plan for toddler groups, so whichever age range and character type you're planning for, there's something here to suit!

Opening hours

Open Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 6.00pm unless otherwise pre-booked, so check for availability to be sure. Saturday and Sunday 10.00am to 6.00pm.

Location

Address

The Warehouse, CHester Road,
Broughton,
Cheshire,
CH4 0DH,
England

Phone number

01244 661 754

Pricing

£2.50 to £6.00 per child depending on which session and whether they want a meal deal!

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