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Play Factore, Manchester

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  • Attended today with my 6year old and 3year old. £24 before we even got into the play area i think its ridiculous to charge adults £3.95 to go in and to charge more during school holidays as well is a ...  more »
  • I feel that the £11.95 entrance fee it too expensive for a large play area. Adults have to pay £3.95 to just sit and watch (you can go on if you want). Once inside you have to pay for the arcades and ...  more »
  • I went here with my friend along with my two children ages 11 and 12 and we had a brilliant time. It is quite expensive and would be better if the prices were a bit lower or if the zipwire was include...  more »
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  • My boy was off as soon as he'd got his shoes off. He's nearly 5. My little girl was somewhat more apprehensive and did come back a few times when she found herself on her own. The big slide was for 5yrs and older and that caused some upset. Food was great for what it is. It was just so busy and there's absolutely no way you can keep track of your kids once they're in there! Impressive though, we'll be back..
  • What a cool place. I take the kids so I can have a run around and play. A bit pricey but worth every penny
  • Really good safe well maintained play zone with loads of extra stuff to do like zip wire and laser tag although most are 6+ including the big mega slide and the only one that was 5 under was the mini cars and there was often queue for it. Loads of staff everywhere that actually looked like they wanted to be there. Was quite straight forward getting a brew an that, watch out for the handles tho cos they press against your hand and you might have to stop off to adjust your grip if you're sat miles away. There was a Chinese dragon show that was dead loud but only lasted a few minutes.
  • It is a really good soft play place, but it's not good value. Unfortunately it's overpriced for what it is and what you get at other soft play centres. Go once for the experience then go back to your local soft play centre... the kids will enjoy it just as much. Food is good but can be very slow during busy times.
  • Took the niece and nephew for a trip. Absolutely loved the experience, the kids loved it. The food was prepared fresh, literally, no compressed cack, halal as a bonus too. Will be visiting again.