KIDS will love a huge indoor and outdoor play center in the UK – with lots of new activities this summer.
Hobbledown Heath in Hounslow first opened last year after the success of the attraction at Epsom in Surrey.
The London attraction consists of four themed villages located in the park’s forest.
At the Mining Village, guests can help the miners “drive their machines” while digging at the same timein the river, climb a water tower and play with the water guns.
Wilderness Wood and Cribbble Creek have giant wooden tree houses and play structures to explore, while Buckbridge Market has its own water splash area and crate maze.
Don’t worry if it rains when you visit – the attraction features west London’s largest indoor play center, The Great Barn, with nets, slides and tunnels to explore.
There are also double zip lines and high line courses, as well as a 50m slide and net park area.
Animal lovers can also meet goats, meerkats, capybaras and highland cows on site.
There are twoBars at the attraction – the Hobnosh Bar and Snack Shack – serving pizza, pasta and hot food and salads.
New this summer is the Hobbledown Hullabaloo Festival with Paint Dance,Experiments and bubble games.
The various festivals take place from July 24th to September 3rd.
Mum Tameka Milian recently praised the huge attraction, saying it was the “best indoor and outdoor play center for kids”.
Other parents agreed in the comments – one wrote: “I will definitely be taking my sons.”
Another said: “We tried Hobbledown Heath last year and the kids honestly had the best time!”
A third commented: “Was here with the kids last week. It’s a wonderful day out with the whole family.”
Visit us on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday and you can buy an adult and infant ticket together for £12.
Normal day tickets start at £18, but you can get discounted prices if you visit later.
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