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Lemur Landings Soft Play, Poole

2.7
#4 of 11 in Fun & Games in Poole
Dorset's premier family entertainment play venue. Giant soft play centre - suitable for ages up to 11 - multi-level play frame, dedicated areas for smaller children, role play village

Ball Blaster Cannon Arena,

Climbing Zone (sessions may apply)

Phaser Gaming and Parties (regular sessions)

Cafe, comfy sofas, Free Wi-Fi

FREE Car parking
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  • It's a brilliant idea that Lemur Landings hosts autistic evenings, my 5 year old nephew, being autistic can become really stressed and upset in busy, noisy places so we tend to take him to quiet place...  more »
  • I took my daughter here recently on a rainy day trip The greeting as you come into reception is some what underwhelming.. Whilst waiting for my daughter outside the toilet area I noticed just how unsa...  more »
  • This is a great soft play, highly recommend it. It's big so loads of room for kids to run around, ride on toys for the youngsters and a few separate areas for the younger kids. The climbing walls are ...  more »
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  • Massive kids fun. This place is huge. Our boy must have gotten dizzy. It was hectic in there on a Saturday, but enough space and toys available for our little one to get a good deal of fund out of it. He's had plenty of interactions with other kids as well. Unfortunately the setting did not allow for quiet concentrated play among the kids. It was all too exciting. This will be a rare visit for us as we like our targeted, concentrated and calmer play. This is good for going bananas. If I have a note: The price was 9GBP for the boy and me. I would consider this alright if we can come and go as we wish. However the rule is that once admitted you are not to come back in. Parents would be, but kids not! Since there is no quiet room to have a snooze or even just get a break or similar, all you get is 2h until you child is knackered. Might be good for business, but a bit expensive for the parent.
  • Took my 2 year old and 4 year old here in the hope of a fun family afternoon. However, I was astonished upon arrival when finding the admission prices for just 3 hours of play. I then went in to find that tables were dirty despite the place being practically empty staff just seemed that they couldn't be bothered with general tidiness. There was also only a limited play area for my 2 year old. After a disappointing play I thought I would cheer up my children with a lunch in the cafe, the prices were however extaushionate and adding rude staff to the equation I decided to leave and take my now upset children to Giggles. I shall never be returning here again.
  • I had a trial shift here and it was TERRIBLE! I fully recommend anyone who is planning to come here to go somewhere else such as Giggles or any other soft play area. When putting me on the trial shift, they only stationed me on 1 place, how is that trialing to see what I could do? Surely It is an unfair system? This leads me to think, how on eartj are the rest of the staff trained? Also I was informed of the ridiculous prices, Flap Jacks were nearly £2! And the staff there were clearly not mature enough to work as there were staff members playing in the soft play area and I heard bad language over 5 times. I am so glad that I was not offered the job as it was disgusting. It is clearly stated that baby changing is in the toilets, I saw 2 parents change dirty nappies in the café area where people eat. Also the state of the toilets, one sink (Adult sized) was blocked and I nearly flooded the place and the floor was stained yellow. I think if anyone plans on sending their child here, they are personally putting their kids in danger. Oh and I was also told by staff members that they thought the place was disgusting and dirty and they were only there as it pays £5 an hour. They also said that they hated the money system as it was to expensive for a place such as Tower Park. I'm now glad that I have a job at Pizza Hut and not that place. Oh and BTW, I think their bacteria has become resistant and that the tables are not safe eating places, as one staff member said they have been using the same cleaning products since they opened.
  • The only time I have ever been charged entrance for a playbarn as an adult. Understaffed, many tables empty but none of them clear. Staff that were there were unfriendly and unhelpful. On the upside, kids thoroughly occupied by the equipment, didn't see them the whole time we were here. Wouldn't come again.
  • Had a 2 year old birthday party here. They all had a great time

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