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Wacky Warehouse - Plough Inn

Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
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Location iconStoke on Trent
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Girl at birthday party at Wacky Warehouse - Plough Inn in Stoke on Trent

Attraction Information

The Wacky Warehouse at the Plough Inn offers the usual high quality, multi storey play zone (suitable for kids up to 4ft9) which comprises the main climbing frame packed full of all the fun interactive features one expects from modern softplay, plus a dedicated safe play zone for the under 3s with gentler equivalents of the big kid fun and toddler features such as soft construction materials.

This historic pub offers a full kids' menu (in a lovely new piratey theme!) with healthy options and you can stretch the day even further if you time your visit to coincide with one of their great arts and crafts sessions: these are supervised and assisted with materials provided. You can't pre book but you can drop in any time during one; plus parties, beer garden and free WiFi give you even more options to enjoy yourselves at the Plough Inn.

Physical and imagination play are both really important to growing bodies and minds, and it's great for their social interactions too! So don't feel bad about needing that quiet coffee, you can take the opportunity to observe their play from the comfy seating and catch up on how they're getting along with others: an important thing to know! Not only that but it's good for their fitness and gross motor skills too, so make a playdate and off you go!

Opening hours

Monday to Friday from 9.30am. Saturday and Sunday from 11am. Closing time varies each day from 8pm to 9pm.


General Admission £3.75 per child. Babies under 12 months FREE. Tots Club £2 each.

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Crewe Road, Alsager,
Stoke on Trent,
ST7 2JN,

Phone number

01270 882085


FAQ & Additional Information

Additional Info

Anything else I should know?

There is an onsite shop

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