Things to do at Little Street Horsham review
Little Street is a children’s role-play centre near Horsham in Kent. It is an indoor play centre featuring different imaginative play areas.
The centre offers a range of rooms with various role-play situations for your kids to play and engage with each other. Just about everything has been scaled down to be the perfect size for little people. Role-play can help with children’s communication, language skills and build on their knowledge. They run a number of set sessions a day and they take the time in between sessions to restore Little Street back to its original place. Each session lasts for 85 minutes.
The role-play centre features a pizza parlour, theatre, beauty salon and supermarket. Plus a construction site and verts. Within the road area, there are lots of ride-on vehicles including a large fire engine. There is also a post office with delivery points around the town, a picnic area for BBQs and a police station with a jail. Your kids certainly aren’t going to struggle with something to do.
Little Street is recommended for children from walking age up to the age of 7. However, children are welcome up to the age of 12, especially those that enjoy role play and dressing up. They offer exclusive venue hire for birthday parties.
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FAQ and Further Information Little Street Horsham
Is there food and drink available?
There is a cafe which serves hot and cold drinks plus snacks.
What are the main things to do?
Role play centre recommended for younger children, life in mini with different themed areas. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Cheap. A session costs £5.95 per person, including adults who will receive a free drink.
Is there parking?
There is free parking in their car park immediately outside the King George V building, not the car park next to the playground.
When are they open?
Little Street Horsham is open all year round except for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, Easter Sunday and New Years Day. Please visit their website for up-to-date opening times.
Are they accessible?
They are wheelchair accessible and they have disabled toilet facilities.