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    • Qype User buzzy_…
    • Edinburgh
    • 7 friends
    • 67 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    8/1/2009

    A really great soft play area. At first the prices seemed quite steep, but the facilities are great, plenty of seating with a good view of the play areas and three very well segregated areas for toddlers, older kids and the middlies. The cafe served a good range of food at reasonable prices.

    The thing which really impressed me was the level of supervision. Most soft play places have no one actively supervising at all. Here, though, they had two staff in the toddler area (one guarding the slide), two in the middle area (one at the top of the steeper slide) and three in the big kids area (one preventing the younger kids from going in and one at the top of each of the slides). Having staff at the top of the slides is a really excellent idea - I'm sure I am not the only parent who worries about another child coming straight down after mine and crashing into him at the bottom.

    Absolutely recommend this place - its 20 mile drive but may well have become our soft play of choice.

  • 5.0 star rating
    25/10/2013
    First to Review

    Great soft play area wee girl loves it had 3 birthday party's for her here really cheep too no work needed staff do all and large menu for all to chose From too good day out :)

    • Qype User elliem…
    • Glasgow
    • 9 friends
    • 61 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    18/11/2008

    Soft play center in Cumbernauld near Glasgow. My 3 year old loves this place but I tend to keep it as a treat for her.
    It has three different zones for different age ranges which means that the little ones can have fun without their parents worring about a big kid landing on them and hurting them.
    While the kids are playing on the climing frames, having fun in the ball pit or enjoying themselves on the many slides and other fun equipment, adualt can have a well earned cup of tea (or even a meal) from the cafe and sit at one of the many tables while all the while being able to watch the little ones.
    Prices start from£3.75 for a two hour visit.
    All in all an enjoyable time for all but could not affored to go everyday

    • Qype User blotte…
    • Glasgow
    • 5 friends
    • 6 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    23/1/2009

    Fabulous soft play area which I'd happily recommend to any parent needing to exhaust their child! I was somewhat taken aback at the £15 entry for my three children but the levels of staffing, the play facilities and the general cleanliness of the place abated my concerns wholly.

    What most impressed me was that the baby play area was actually somewhere my youngest was happy to play rather than the bogstandard ballpool seen at other soft play centres. Additionally, I was THRILLED to have a half-decent menu to pick from with healthy choices and at a reasonable price too.

    Definitely a happy punter here - I was just upset that I couldn't go play too!

    • Qype User royste…
    • Glasgow
    • 0 friends
    • 45 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    26/11/2008

    For a decent soft play we used to have to travel all the way across Glasgow to Linwood however we now have Adventure Planet right on our doorstep. It recently opened at the beginning of the year and is proving extremely popular not only with us and our kids but by a lot of people judging by the full car park. Once inside your kids are given a coloured band to wear dependent on their age which restricts the areas into which they are allowed to play. There are plenty of tables and chairs around the play zones from which you watch your kids have the time of their life and sip your coffee from the excellent cafe. We usually keep this as a treat as otherwise we would be there every week!

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