Tricky Tricksters Magic Castle, Naas

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  • Visited for a couple of hours with our kids today. Positives: the two younger staff members we met were great. Very pleasant, helpful and nice to the kids! Kids seemed to enjoy themselves-especially o...  more »
  • Arrived at opening time on NYE and had the place to ourselves for 1 hour! Staff lovely, food good. Entrance fee is higher than most places but worth it as a treat  more »
  • Had an amazing family day out here in april, except for a really loud and rude family complaining about everything. The owners were fantastic despite the unnecessary hassle and made us all feel very w...  more »
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  • Great place for a kids party. Friendly staff. Food served.
  • Arrived at around 3pm with the kids. Place looked well organised. Kids had a blast. Great value as once you pay in they can stay for as long as they like. No limits. I believe you can even go away and come back in the same day! Most relaxing few hours I had in a long time.
  • what an amazing indoor adventure centre, take my children here on a regular basis and from the minute we enter to the minute we leave it is a fantastic atmosphere for both parents and children so much for the children to do, from the large play centre that can be supervised by the parents of children from the coffee area, also it was an upstairs area that the adults can also access to supervise their children, the upstairs are is wonderful as if they have seen everything in the main play structure there is more for our children to do, the upstairs area has a bouncing castle, air hockey, table tennis, a crazy throw ring wall an inflatable football arena and a human size snakes and ladders game tricky tricksters is a fantastic place were I would highly recommend everybody to go as the children will most definitely not be disappointed, also there are 2 seater bumpy boats that my children highly enjoy !! the staff at tricky tricksters are out of this world they are definitely the best, they are extremely helpful and friendly every person ive seen that works there really are great with the children and make it a pleasure to return here on a regular basis, the food here is delicious with a large menu that suits almost everybody nobody will go home hungry, I could go on forever about how wonderful tricky tricksters is, I would 100% recommend tricky tricksters to anybody as it suits children of all ages up to the age of 12!!!! Definitely a must see place for the children they will LOVE it.
  • Excellent facilities and very unusual but interesting theme.
  • I spent 2 hours this afternoon in tricky tricksters play centre in Naas, simply because it is the only indoor play place I locally I have not been to with my 3 and a half year old. And after my experience I would not be going back. I have never written a poor review of a place and I would usually hate to think of "doing anyone out of business" but I have seldom come across the bad manner of the woman who appeared to be the owner or manager. On entering, "take off your shoes children and leave them with us, do not bring in your own food ( no discussion or exceptions like "unless you have the child's own beaker or you don't want him to eat rubbish or chips ). Other play centres have notices up "do not bring your own food" and this is understandable as they have to make money, but it is not enforced verbally. And why should it be? Even if the adult brings a snack for the child, the adult is most likely not to leave the place without dropping at least 5 euro on coffee or a scone! Next while purchasing drinks it was explained to me, by the same person, why it was necessary to take the children's shoes behind the front counter for safe keeping (as she probably heard me asking my friend why it was necessary to do this). Then when my friends child was having a problem finding my son in the large climbing frame, I went into it to help him. I entered from upstairs and did not see the sign that was downstairs (no adults allowed). I did not think twice about doing this as the other play centres I know have never "told me off for this" and I was not aware that it was not allowed. So what are you supposed to do if your child has a problem inside in the frame area? If the manager had a problem with me, could she not have asked if I or my child had a problem rather than shouting up at me "you are not allowed up there".........and to add to it all we went back downstairs to our table at the coffee area (the place was not busy) and the remaining half a pitcher of cordial and 2 opened but untouched packets of crisps had been cleared away. You might say I should have made a complaint at the time rather than write a review, but I met the owner just before I left and I was sitting in an area that had a sign beside it and all I could say to her was "I suppose now I am sitting in the wrong place"