We paid £11.45 to get in (1 x 5 year old and 2 adults). This isn't uncommon for most soft play centres now to charge for adults. I don't have that much of a problem with it as we can use the frame with the kids.
Upon entering I was quite surprised at how big the place was but also disappointed by how small the play frame was. I was expecting some much bigger for the entrance price. As expected there was a small 2 storey play frame for those over 1 metre, a small car track, a climbing wall (which wasn't available), a large 3 storey playframe for those under 1m, a large baby area, a sports area plus a few arcade games. As with most soft plays they have a cafe and party rooms available.
Rebecca loved the cars that they on a little track under the right hand side of the main play frame. I think she spent most of her time here in the end. There is a sign at the entrance gate saying that shoes must be worn in the area. Now we hadn't notice it as there was a group of adults standing in front of it. It wasn't until Rebecca came back and said she has holes in her socks and I went off to investigate did I see the sign. So, if you are going, make sure you put shoes on your kids if they are using the little cars!
We did decide to eat lunch while we were here. The menu was actually quite reasonable. You could choose from a range of sandwiches, Jacket potatoes, salads, Burgers or Hot dogs plus a selection of sides. They also offered a kids lunch box which had a drink, Sandwich, crsips and piece of fruit in.
We also purchased a round of drinks (Tea, Coffee and a Slushie), a bowl of curly fires (to share) plus two small pre-packed cakes. The total cost was just under £25. There aren't many places you can buy lunch for that so I thought it was quite good value.
We spent a little over 2 hours at Big Sky and Rebecca certainly enjoyed it. I don't think we would be in any rush to go back at any point. I think the small playframe really lets this place down.
Overall it's a nice play centre to the kids to burn off some energy but a bit on the pricey side for what you get.