Second week of the Easter Holidays and another soft play centre. This time my current favourite Safari MK. One of the things I like about this one is the size!
Due to the amount of children I wasn't able to get many photos on this visit to show you.
The main playframe covers a large area and includes 3 fab slides, a sports arena and a small car track. It is a 3 tiered frame although the 3rd level is mainly access to the slides. Inside the frame there is loads to do and the girls absolutely loved it on this visit.
The toddler area is pretty good too. There is a two level frame which includes a slide, ball pit and a smaller area for babies to play. The ball pit is the only one in the centre so a lot of the older children do make there way in to here on a frequent basis (there are signs up saying it is for ages 4 and under). Just be aware if you are taking younger ones at the weekend.
There is plenty of seating available here and it isn't cramped together so you don't feel like you are sitting with lots of the other families.
We arrived just after 10am and left just after 3pm. That's 5 hours in a soft play centre. They would of stayed longer but we needed to go to Ikea and get home so we had to leave at that point.
In total we spent £80. For 3 kids and 2 adults we paid just under £29 for entrance. This is quite expensive compared to some soft plays but I find this one to be very clean and tidy which I can't say the same for others we have visited. We then paid another £29 for lunch plus we had a few drinks each before that which was another £20. It is unusual for us to spend this kind of money in a soft play centre but we were there a lot longer than we had planned to be. Overall I still think it is good value for money.
So, would we go back?
Of course. I actually wish this was our local as we visit more often.
If you are looking for a play centre in or around Milton Keynes then I would recommend Safari MK. It is one the best we have been too and the kids love it!