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Kids Review - Megaplay
We're not normally 'soft play' kinda people, in fact, we will do anything we can do to avoid them, but with another weekend of rain hanging over us and the kids starting to go a little stir crazy (and the lack of wine in the house) that's exactly what we did with the little ones on Sunday morning.
So where exactly was we ........... Megaplay Rayleigh and actually, it was a brilliant choice to tire 4 little monkeys, of variables ages out.
Set over 3 levels, Megaplay has a Drop Slide, Astra Slide and Ball Cannons as well as Rope Bridges, Gliders and Targets. It's suitable for children aged 0-11, with a separate Under 4s section so there is something for everyone... including us grown ups with a big cafe area (click here for their menu), plenty of seats and tea on tap!
Prices vary from under 1's only £1 to 4 - 11 year olds £6.25 at weekends. In busy areas entry can be restricted to 2 hours at a time.
For more details on Mega Play please visit there website here