Things to do at the 360 Play Milton Keynes review
360 Play in Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire is a large children’s play centre with a variety of things today including soft play and a small adventure park.
There is a huge 8,5000 sqft of soft play. The indoor play frame is over three levels with giant wave slides, aerial gliders, interactive ball zone and an assault course. Plus tunnels, a roundabout, cargo nets and so much more. There is a separate toddler play area with a trim trail, slides, biff bags and building blocks.
The centre has 10 different rides which kids can ride on all day long for no extra charge. Adults can also join their kids on some of the rides including dodgems and a carousel. 360 street is their role play zone. This 10,000sqft space has shops and other settings to help bring role play to life.
Kids can get messy in the messy play area and enjoy outdoor fun with giant sandpits, climbing activities, water boats, playhouses and more. The centre can also host your child’s party.
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FAQ and Further Information 360 Play Milton Keynes
Is there food and drink available?
There is an on-site cafe serving hot and cold food and drinks.
What are the main things to do?
Large 3 storey soft play frame, toddler zone, fairground rides, large role-play area, outdoor fun and messy play. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range – A peak child ticket costs £10.95 for 4-12 year olds, £8.95 for 1-3s, £6.50 for 13-17s and adults are £4.50. Off-peak and after school tickets are cheaper.
Is there parking?
There is an on-site car park.
When are they open?
360 Play is open nearly all year round (360 days a year!). For up to date opening times and dates please visit their website.
Are they accessible?
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