Below you will find answers to the most common questions we hear from guests.
However, if there's something missing, please get in touch. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will aim to respond with 24 hours.
To get the most out of your visit why not make it an early start or a teatime visit? 11am until 3.30pm are our busiest times.
Not to worry, you will still be allowed entry, but we regret we cannot extend your stay beyond the expiry of the timeslot.
Yes please. To be guaranteed entry you must book your tickets online, via our website in advance of your visit.
We do not accept cash any longer to minimise the risk of transmitting any disease through the handling of coins and notes. Cards only please.
We recommend children wear long sleeved tops that can tuck in, long trousers and socks.
No shoes to be worn in the soft play area – socks must be worn. For the Go Karts, Climbing Wall and Sky Trail shoes must be enclosed (No opened toed shoes, crocs or slip on shoes) Trainers are ideal.
We have facilities designed for 0 to 12 year olds. The under 5s have their own separate area.
13-17 year olds are not permitted on the play equipment and cannot attend as supervisors of children. Only an adult aged 18+ can accompany and supervise a child in the Centre.
Yes. We are based inside The Brewery Shopping Centre which has 1742 parking spaces.
There are also 82 disabled bay parking spaces. The car park is open 24 hours and offers FREE Sunday Parking.
The weekend and holiday prices are our normal entry prices and we discount these in our quieter times to encourage parents and children to visit.
As above, we have to adhere to requirements imposed upon us from child services, the local EHO and our Public Liability insurers. An adult is classed as a parent or guardian over the age of 18 and the child/children remain their responsibility at all times whilst in Kidspace. This is for the safety and security of the children.
The child/children remain the responsibility of the parent/guardian at all times. If they leave our premises this negates their responsibility. If the parent/guardian wants to leave our premises they will have to take all of their children and belongings with them.
We price our facility, as do most businesses, on return for investment. As an indoor adventure park, our investment is significantly greater than your traditional old style play centre with ball pits and simple play frame. We therefore price our facility accordingly and give parents the opportunity to join in and participate in all of the activities with their children, to allow them to spend quality time together. We have also put considerable investment into the surroundings to give parents plenty of seating and leisure facilities in a relaxed and pleasant environment.
We do not offer a discount directly to the person with a disability but we do allow a carer free admission per full paying child with the correct proof of identification.
Unfortunately not. We have gone to the trouble of becoming a licensed restaurant and as such have to adhere to strict regulations as laid out by the Health & Safety Excecutive. These regulations are the same stipulations for any restaurant and do not permit members of the public to bring food other than food prepared on the premises. This is with the exception to baby food.
There is no law that prevents you taking images of your own children, but you will have to be mindful of other customers’ children and their privacy.
The ratio of adults to children is 1 adult to 4 children.
This ratio includes 13-17 year olds who are not permitted on the equipment and are not classed as supervising adults.
Your admission fee covers your entry and use of all facilities. There may be additional cost for some of the classes and events.
We do not require guests to wear face coverings and appreciate it is personal choice if they wish to do so.
Helping customers celebrate their special occasion safely is something we are passionate about at Kidspace. This means protecting people who may have allergies or intolerances.
The introduction of Natasha’s Law (The UK Food Information Amendment) came into force on 01/10/21. This means any birthday cakes, cupcakes or party celebration cakes brought into our venues by the party organiser must be either shop bought or baked by a reputable baker/cake maker. By law these suppliers will have to supply the allergens information.
Unfortunately homemade cakes will no longer be allowed to be brought into birthday parties.
It is your responsibility as organiser of the party to ascertain any allergies that your guests may have and take appropriate action.
Information required on your cake are below:
- Name of supplier (if not shop bought)
- Full ingredients list, with allergenic ingredients emphasised (for example in bold, italics or a different colour).
On the day of your party:
Your cake will be cut and wrapped so it can be taken home, guests will not be able to eat your cake onsite. This will allow parents or guardians of children attending the parties to request allergy information from you on what allergens may be contained within the cake, they will then be able to make an informed decision on whether the cake maybe consumed safely.
Please note that knives are provided and guests are not required to bring their own knife to the premises.
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