Soft play – Updated

I first made this post back in 2017 so I think it’s about time I update it. Some places have been removed because they’re no longer open!

It’s starting to get cold but staying in all day can be boring so here’s the new updated list!

Here are some of the ones we have visited in the past. A lot of these are SW London based as that’s where we live. I will however post some other soft play venues I’ve heard about in different areas.

Sinbads – Raynes Park

Decent size , not too expensive, cafe available, can pay to park on the street. I actually use to work here once upon a time lol

Tots landing – Wimbledon

Quite small, not too expensive, cafe available, three inexpensive car parks nearby.

Cafe Floral – Hammersmith

Quite big, not too expensive, cafe available, parking available on the street …very expensive though!

Peckham Pulse

Quite big. £2.10 for 50 minutes. Numerous car parks around Peckham.

Places for people leisure

If you live by a places for people leisure centre then you can also check them out as a few of them have soft play facilities.

We’ve been to the one in Tooting, The Latchemere and Roehampton and my little one enjoys them all! They’re all different prices and under £7

Flip Out Wandsworth

The trampolining is a lot of fun but now they also have soft play! Parents and toddlers bounce together in Flip Out’s Mini Flippers trampoline sessions which is just £10 and for under 5s.

The Bees Knees – BAC

A fairly small indoor play area but it’s great and my little one loves it. Designed for under 5s based in Battersea. Parking in the street nearby is expensive but there is free parking in ASDA for 2 hours which is a short walk away.

Check out the timetable here:

Here are some recommendations from other bloggers about soft/indoor play around other parts of London!

Fariba says:

Loads of ideas! I live at these places! I live in Nw London though so that’s mostly where I go. Talacre Better Leisure Centre in Kentish Town- two storey and you can sit and have a coffee while you watch;. Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre- nice and spread out and parents can sit in the chairs provided. Nice area for smaller ones too. ; Clown Town- Brent Cross- massive but huge space dedicated to kids playing. Big kids area as well as dedicated toddler area. They also do birthday parties.

Frances says:

Kidzania at Westfield Shepherds Bush. Its expensive but a great day for kids aged 4+

Rim says:

We love going to Oxygen free jumping during rainy days. It’s a trampoline park and they have one session or two per day for toddlers and their family.

Jenny says:

We like Jurassic Perk in Ruislip, West London, great for little ones (up to 8).

Soft play areas in other places around London

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