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Snakes & Ladders, Abingdon

(1.9/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Held my granddaughter's birthday party here. The children have one and a half hour's play, followed by a party tea. in the party room. The organisation was excellent from the moment we arrived. Shoes ...  more »
  • Often soft play centres are too big, noisy, a bit chilly and with no space for toddlers. This isn't like this at all. The under 5 area is perfect. Really clean and staff who are on the ball with check...  more »
  • Wow!! So expensive for such a small place! Uncomfortable seats, cakes all look like they have been battered. Not much for kids to do. I feel harsh rating this so low but they should visit creepy crawl...  more »
Google
  • Our kids love this place. There is a lot to do and it caters for a range of different ages. My advice is take a book or some music to listen to on headphones and find a quiet corner to relax while the kids get on with playing. They serve packed lunches which are basic but fine and canteen style tea/coffee. It's an old converted warehouse so can get very hot when the sun shines on the roof.
  • safe & secure venue, both the kids love the softplay and have been to a few friends parties here
  • Great play area for quick kids day out without any big plan..The price for above 1 year can be re-visit.
  • Massively overpriced, unclean, play area with a fenced off area for littler children. Chairs get taken by adults leaving their coats and shoes which can be irritating, especially as adults pay for entry but don't get seats. Prices increase as children get older and for peak times which is reasonable but adults pay to get in. That seems money grabbing to me and totally unreasonable. Penalizing families by making it more expensive for both parents to go? I've dropped 2 stars for the pricing structure
  • Amazing place for kids and mommies to hang out together