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Flying Fortress, Arundel
(2.4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • We took our four year old granddaughter here for a run around at lunchtime. She had a fab time and played with other children. We decided to have lunch and I have to say the menu has improved. I had a...  more »
  • Taken the grandchildren so many times. They make new friends with other children while you can have a coffee, read, knit. Then have lunch with the kids. Curly fries are favourite pizza good too. Very ...  more »
  • We went ere as on a rainy day soft play centres are an deal place to visit this was our first time here and I must say I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of parking and again as it was a rainy w...  more »
  • The children love it here. Probably the best soft play have been to but there can be quite a wait for the trampolines.
  • My kids have been going hear for years good for little ones and adults can go into even I had fun and I'm old
  • Took our 2 year old here whilst on holiday. It is situated in a big space with the soft play apparatus in the shape of an aeroplane. There are a few individual areas to separate younger and older children. A cafĂ© that serves drinks, food and snacks that was reasonably priced. Lots of parking out front and easy to find thanks to signage along the main road. A good place for kids to burn off all that energy.
  • Great place - huge indoor space with plenty of seating for adults and distinct zones for kids. The main soft play frame is one of the most creatively laid out that I've seen (in the shape of a giant bi-plane) and the inclusion of a fairly vigorous under 4 section within the main structure is helpful. Loses a star for not being particularly well cleaned within the main frame and the use of some really nasty individual milk tubs that make the tea taste of plastic.
  • Good for kids, cheap to get in.