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Playzone, Swansea

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  • We visited playzone with children aged 13,12and 11 years old . A fun hour out of the rain whilst on the way to another venue . All children thought this was far to young for them however when we arriv...  more »
  • Ok for a birthday party as its only 8.95 per head so quite a bargain because it includes 1 hour playing,food,ice cream and party bags.Not suitable for kids over 9.  more »
  • This is a good indoor play area for the children to have an hour out. There is a fair amount to do and they can have food and drinks in there. The only negative thing I would put is that I don't think...  more »
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  • Expensive to get in but the play area is just right, food was moderately priced maybe a little expensive but it was nice to see active personnel watching the play area of bullying kids or children not using the equipment right. I was concerned that the in and out gate which is switch activated didn't have a mechanism attached to pull closed the gates as they were left open quite a few times and as the exit from the play equipment is right next to the exit gate to the carpark left me in a little bit of uncertainty if my child would come down and use the gate. Very over crowded place that needs to expand.
  • Does the trick and get the kids tired out, but shorter hours Saturday and Sunday? Bit expensive too, especially for people arriving with only an hour left.
  • A bit more expensive than the other play centres I've been to locally, although not by much. You do get a very large and extremely fun play area for the kids to run around in, though. I have two main gripes, however. Firstly, how busy it is - I've never been without it being uncomfortably crowded in the seating area. I suppose this just shows how popular it is, and the play area never seems overcrowded or unsafe. Secondly, the play area is so large/high/deep you have little chance of keeping track of where your kids have got to and that they are playing safely/nicely. Quite disconcerting, although I've never got the impression that they might be unsafe or upset or anything.
  • Great fun we went to one of the adult nights and was a great laugh with a group. But make sure you bring money for the bar area, card machine is minimum £5, also £9 entry was a little high. No ball pool for adult nights, but great fun.
  • I went on the friday night for adult only time. It was fun, but very busy with young adults. If you are told be aware you will bang your head. It was a little annoying than the young were spilling there drinks so it was all sticky and wet on the floor when we are in socks...