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The Big Adventure, Paisley
(3.1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Great places for all ages of young kids. Well equipped with working toys. Food reasonably priced. Could do with a few more table and chairs. 
  • Visited here today with my husband and almost 3 year old daughter. My daughter had a blast and me and hubby enjoyed watching and hearing her have fun. Lots to do, great climbing frame and floor toys t...  more »
  • Excellent soft play for kids. This place is pretty big, the biggest one I've been to with my daughter. My daughter absolutely loved it. The main big slide is closed as default, I think you have to boo...  more »
  • One of the best soft plays in the area. Loads for the kids to do. Reasonably priced. £6 for over 5's, £5 for under 5's at peak times for a 2 hour playtime. Well staffed also. Good cafeteria with nice coffee n cakes although fairly pricey. Kids love it. Returned many times.
  • Excellent soft play for kids. This place is pretty big, the biggest one I've been to with my daughter. My daughter absolutely loved it. The main big slide is closed as default, I think you have to book in to use this which is understandable as the slide is quite steep for regular play. My wife and I were able to sit and have a coffee and food without having to worry about our daughter, the area is very secure. As you'd expect, the cost of eating in places like this is higher than you'd normally pay. The food was really nice, we both had the baked potato, I had it with chilli con carne, my wife had it with coleslaw and cheese, the coleslaw for a small amount cost £1.20 extra, not worth the £1.20. My daughter had fish fingers with potato smilies. Entry costs vary as there are different options. We choose the option that gave our daughter a drink and biscuits and one adult got a hot drink (this cost us £4.95). Highly recommend if you need to keep your young ones entertained.
  • Staff are very attentive .always smiling and maintaining a clean and safe environment for children and adults to play on. Food is of great quality and portion sizes are good. I recommend the chicken burger deluxe.
  • The not so Big Adventure I went to the big adventure with my 7 year old daughter and my 4 year old son as we were driving to costco and the kids wanted to go seeing it on the sign marked as Europe's biggest indoor Playcentre So i took the kids there on Saturday and all i wished was to go elsewhere because my daughter wanted to go on the big drop slide but the lady said she needed a stamp why would you need a stamp? so we had to run all way back to reception to ask for a stamp and they said too late you should have asked for one before you went in so they went to play again but an hour later they came running to me as they were bored so i told them not yet so they went to play again but they came back 40 minutes later and said they wanted to go home so we left with only an hour to go So this is our first and final trip to the Big Adventure Save your money on this rubbish go to Wonder World instead!
  • The Big Adventure is definitely a place to take older kids, but that isn't what my review is going to be about. Overall its a nice place, friendly staff, very clean and very accommodating. There are a few things though that let the Big Adventure down compared to some of the other soft-play centres that are not too far away from it. Firstly - They don't sell any fruit what so ever. Its not a big issue as there is a Tesco around the corner, but they do have a "if its not bought here, it can't be consumed here" rule. They were very nice and allowed me to give my daughter the bananas I had purchased as they admitted that the rule is silly if they don't sell the stuff you want to eat. Secondly, the baby area is pretty good, but has a few fundamental issues. The steps to get onto the equipment is too small for any children that are probably under 2.5 years old, as is the ramp the kids use to get to the chute. Also, the holes in the net bridge are too wide for little feet, ideally this netting should be replaced with netting that has smaller diameter holes to stop toddlers feet getting stuck in the holes. Thirdly, and this here is the big one for me. The adults are not allowed to accompany the children onto the larger child frame. My daughter loves to go on the chutes but the chutes are too big and far too fast to allow her to come down. She went down the blue chute on her own and crashed head over heels at the bottom due to insufficient slow down space. Overall its an absolutely great place if you want to take older kids, but for toddlers there are other places that are more accommodating.