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Tiny Tumblers Softplay

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
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Location iconPontypridd
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Indoor soft play frame and cafe area at Tiny Tumblers in Pontypridd

Attraction Information

Tiny Tumblers is a fun little adventure play facility for kids under 7 years, with a separate sensory play area for toddlers and comfy seating for parents while they watch from a safe distance. With coffee!

The mini zone for the smaller kids features things like soft construction blocks, ball juggler and small interactive activities. The main frame meanwhile is spread over 2 levels and offers up all the familiar fun one expects from adventure soft play in terms of slides, bridges, tunnels and balls, with nooks and crannies to hide in. Everything is wonderfully padded and dec'd out in bright friendly colours, all ready for the rampage!

There is good visibility of the play areas from the seating areas and a modern menu with hot and cold refreshments available. Ideal for refuelling the kids if you can only get the to come out and sit down for a moment! This is where good visibility and a loud voice combine in your favour...

They offer a range of varyingly themed children's parties here as well but they're a bit shy about the details, so give them a call if they're likely suspects for your little one's next big day!

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday 09:30 - 15:30
Friday 09:30 - 18:00
Saturday 09:30 - 16:00
Sunday CLOSED

Pricing

Mon-Fri (2hr 45min Session)
1st Child £5.35
Additional children 0-11m £1, 12-23m £3.35 & 24m+ £5
 
 Sat (2hr Session)
1st Child £6.00
Additional children 0-11m £1, 12-23m £4 & 24m+ £6
 
 School Holidays (2hr Session) 
1st Child £6.00
Additional children 0-11m £1, 12-23m £4 & 24m+ £
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Location

Address

Main Road, Church Village,
Pontypridd,
Glamorgan and Cardiff,
CF38 1RL,
Wales

Phone number

01443 208000

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