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Bubbles World of Play, New Brighton

(4.1/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Great play area but too expensive for 1 year olds considering their ability. Can't understand charging for adults. We visited of an evening and the place wasn't very busy. Perhaps if the price wasn't ...  more »
  • I took my 2 year old Grandson here to play during the Summer 2016. It's a lovely bright and cheerful indoor play zone. They have play area's for age different age groups which is really good so that t...  more »
  • This is one fun soft play centre. So much to explore and lots to keep the kids busy. Really lovely area for under 2's and another area for toddlers. The main play area was fantastic! Absolutely brilli...  more »
Google
  • I wish I could live in here with my kids, I love the play area and that the small children area is separated from the bigger kids area. Well managed, food and drinks not as expensive as they could get away with charging.
  • I take the family here a few times a year, it is best suited for primary school children any older they might not like it so much. The kids love it, and I would give it a higher rating but they charge far to much money to get in and the food there is quite expensive too. Apart from this the place is excellent for kids not so much for the paying adults.
  • Definitely the best soft play around. Kids had a ball and were tired when they left - a good sign. Play areas are huge, well thought out and lots of different themed areas. Love the fact that the areas for toddlers are gated and staff actually stop older kids from going in - first place we have been to that actually enforces baby and toddler age restrictions. Coffee is good quality and big mugs rather than small cups with cheap stuff in!! Kids had food which looked nice and they ate it all. I didn't have any food so can't comment but prices seemed reasonable. Staff seemed really pleasant and good with kids, seen a boy bang heads and staff were there with ice packs and cheering him up. Kids got a sticker on the way out which was a nice touch. Will definitely be making trip through tunnel to go here again - well worth the extra drive!!
  • As soft play centers go this has to be among the best. You will be asked for your name and post code. I have yet to be bothered by any marketing. Pro tip: the main play area is large enough to loose track of a child. Take a snap of them before you let then loose. If you need staff help to track them down then you can show them what they look like on the day. It has separate areas for infants and toddlers up to 5. The main play area is 4 layers high and kids love it! It includes a slide that goes the full height of the main play area. It's clean and bright and well staffed. Of all the play centers that I've been to the range and quality of the food here is about the best. Prices are OK to a little pricey, but you're a captive audience almost and they don't really take advantage of that. If you're in the area or the weather's not great for the beach then it's a great option. Give it a try.
  • There is so much for the kids to do. Massive play area to climb & explore along with space to run round. Excellent customer service. Food served of a high standard and waiting times reasonable. My LO loves going!