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Muddy Boots, Cupar

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Looking for a perfect day out for ALL the family? Then Muddy Boots is a family run kids adventure play centre, situated right next to a fabulously foody Farm Shop and Café in Balmalcolm, right at the heart of Fife.

With a whole range of activities that take place both indoors and outdoors, they’re open throughout the year. Choose from zorbing, giant jumping pillows, grass sledging (a must), and (if you’re small enough) the Quad Train. Add in a giant sandpit and some giro cars and you have the recipe for endless hours of family fun.

Day passes start from just £3.50 per day and Annual Passes are just £35.
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  • We had a family day out with our two kids ages 8 and 2 years. It was smaller than I thought and I wouldn't say a farm, it only had a few goats at the entrance, guinea pigs and the pigs you see when yo...  more »
  • Good day out with young family. Plenty to do. Indoor play centre has improved recently. Absolutely packed - everyone using their IT IS ON voucher before they expired. Cafe can easily get busy, food is...  more »
  • We had a marvelous visit and a sunny day to boot! Lots for the kids to do and plenty of space to run around. Masses of picnic tables. Lovely clean toilets. Staff friendly and helpful. The cafe was ver...  more »
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  • Good fun for kids even older ingress which is nice. Great coffee. Always annoying when you have to pay for adult entry. Lovely shop with ethical produce x
  • Average. The kids think it's OK, but there's a lot of stuff - such as go-carts, soft play area and landscaped areas which are in need of some TCL and maintenance. And parents pay for the privilege of entering the premises (even though the vast majority is for small children). Stick to your local park and cafe - it's probably just as entertaining for your young ones.
  • Kids had a good time. Is expensive but pretty sure most kids activities are these days. Soft play area could do with a bit of improvement. Birds flying in and out of the barn it's in and some of the equipment has bird poop on which is a bit unpleasant.
  • Went to fright night...not something we would normally do found it fascinating the production is done to perfection and the staff and owners very focuses on their customers and feel that they are always looking for ways to perfect their nights.no expense spared and feel it was great value for money for what's on offer ... great idea for a farm well done !!! Great job !
  • Good place to take the kids. You could easily spend a couple of hours here (maybe more) Go karts for different ages (track not too difficult). Two giant jellybean bouncers (one is toddlers only one). Nice wee park area with lots of sand. My kids loved the indoor play area. Pig race was different but fun.

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