- Indoor and Soft Play Areas
Suitable for ages: Babies and Toddlers (0-3), Young Children (4-8) and Older Children (9-12)
Venue type: Indoor
There’s no such thing as Too Much Fun at Kidabulous!
This indoor soft play centre in Sunbury-on-Thames features a huge 4 storey play frame for kids up to 12 years old that actively encourages adventure and discovery! There’s a 6-metre high spiral slide, plus a 4-lane astra slide to race friends down. Keep your balance on the wobble floors and scale the climbing wall towers like Spiderman. Don’t forget your spare change to ensure you can have a go on the coin operated mini go-kart track!
Younger children won’t miss out either, with their very own 2,000 sq. ft. of play on their own, dedicated floor. Toddler Town has its own funfair with mini skelter ride and merry go-round along with swings, slides and lots more. Babies’ aged 1-2 can enjoy soft play that’s built specifically for them with puzzles, rockers, games and fun building blocks.
Lots of fun and activity for children of all ages!
- Free Wi-Fi
- A range of party options for any occasion – including laser tag
- Two cafes for snacks, meals or barista coffee
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
133 to 135 Windmill Road West, Sunbury, Surrey, TW16 7AP, England
Click here to visit Kidabulous's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Monday to Sunday 09:30 - 18:00
Closed 25th & 26th December
Adults from £2.10
Kids (4+) from £6.85
Toddlers (1-3) from £4.85
Under 1's: Free
45 minutes before attraction closes
Grea fun place
Written by Janeteader . 12.01.18
I took my 14 month granddaughter for the first time today and was very impressed with the facilities. So many different areas for her to explore and she enjoyed playing in them all. The entire place was spotless including all the toys. The staff were lovely and friendly. We stayed for lunch and was impressed with the children's food which was very good value for money. Having been to all the local soft plays in the area, this one I found to be the best, not only for what it had to offer, but also excellent value for money.
Equipment is fab, food not so much!
Written by Lauren89 . 19.11.17
First time here after a friend recommended it. I have a 1 & 3 year old so the upstairs section was where they could play. Downstairs is the larger equipment for 4+ I'd say. First impressions great, wasn't too busy at all was a Friday term time so lots of available seating. The kids were raring to go straight away and lots for them to do. Food menu has a great choice, it took me 10 minutes to decide what I wanted there was so many options. However, I was disappointed with what arrived. I ordered a toastie and chips the toastie was flat and looked very unappetising and the chips were stone cold. The toastie alone was over £4 so I wasn't overly impressed. Kids food was fine and good portion. Would happily go back but wouldn't order food just a hot drink or something as thought it was overly priced for what it was. Car parking they have allocated for the venue is very limited so busy periods you'd struggle to get onsite parking and would need to park on the road which was busy when I went. Overall kids had a great time.
Big space but really dirty!!!
Written by coliuken . 15.01.18
Since we have two kids we visited visited so many softplays!!! and And I must say this one was the dirtiest I have ever seen.We came on Christmas half- term and it was busy as expected.The place is massive and I much prefer the kids play area upstairs.Downstairs is better for older ones...since we were following our boys we have seen so much dust all other the facilities...actually a piles of dust which could just simply should be hoovered.Also the area itself had some empty bottles snack packs lying around.I hate then the place feel filthy especially then you have a small kids who actually crawl around ... The parking is also tiny for such massive inside space to compare with..we had to park quite far away off-road. I find it quite pricey..but we went on half -term So I guess it is doubled. we wouldn't be back unfortunately for the above reasons. To compare we love parents paradise in watford..the place is also massive but always very clean!!!! you see member if staff hovering and cleaning constantly.
Written by Lensmom . 07.06.17
I visited this week and was a little taken aback at the £10.50p charge to get in, but it's a massive venue with so much available! I've not seen an indoor play area that's better! Baby change available, lots of parent seating, stacks of high chairs, a pretty good range of food too! I ordered a sandwich for me and a child meal. The child meal was huge!! And the sandwich was exactly that.... no frills, no side salad or dressing etc. But it was fine. But disappointment I couldn't see any children's cutlery?? Baby change available in the disabled loo upstairs, I didn't use the facilities downstairs. The baby/toddler room upstairs was great. Parking was rammed so needed up on he road, but thankful to find a space. All in all a great place to hang out!