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Funshack, Seaham

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  • August 9, 2017
    We've been to many indoor play places with my 2 young boys and as we were passing through Seaham we decided to give this one a try. I was shocked at the prices (£8.00 for my 5 year old), I even had to...  more »
  • August 7, 2017
    Came to the Fun Shack for my daughters 8th birthday. We came also with our 9 year old son and 16 month old toddler. Firstly we won't be back unless it's for a birthday only after being charged £6 for ...  more »
  • July 19, 2017
    This place is an absolute rip off. Not only is it expensive to get in, but they also charge adults for entry! Food is poor and expensive. But mostly the place is dirty and unclean. I will not go here ...  more »
  • First time here and there is a lot to do. I came here with my 6 month old while the 2 year old was at nursery & there's nothing for her, just sliding her down a triangle soft play thing and sitting her on the plastic seesaw type things. Sorry I've no idea what things are called! 😂. I thought it was free for under 1s but it cost £2.50 plus £1 for me. It's not worth £3.50 for an under 1. Under 1s are free with a paying sibling. I like how there are separate age group areas. There's an under 3, 2-4 and 4-12 area. There are trampolines upstairs, bumper cars downstairs, a cinema area downstairs, football pitch upstairs, some amusement arcade type games for toddlers. It's fantastic I reckon for toddlers and children but not for babies. Would have been great to have seen sensory toys to cater for them. I would come back again with my 2 year old aswell
  • Good for kids a bit expensive,and food area should be set up differently as walking with hot drinks were kids are running not a good idea a disaster waiting to happen.
  • The kids love it, but it's he'll on earth for adults. I always come away from here with a headache. However, that's the price we adults pay for the kids to have fun. Personally, I think it's a disgrace that they charge adults just to enter... the entry fee for children is pricey enough - sort out your greed, it's not warranted and the chances are most adults will spend money in your cafe anyway!
  • fab place for you children to have fun very spacious, also sell variety of foods and drinks especially coffee sit back relax drink coffee read newspaper provided for free, my girl loves it so much had two birthday party's there
  • Well over priced even charged adults to sit. Came here as my son wanted to try the go carts was told they don't open them until 11am (no word on website about this) 11came and still not open. Xbox and ps2 also not on. Much better play areas around. I certainly won't be back to this one

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