We open from 9am-6.30pm
Standard Entry Price:
Weekends and Birmingham School Holidays £9.95 1 free baby (under 12 months) per paying child (otherwise £3.50), 1 free adult per paying child (otherwise £2.50)
Midweek reductions and any other special offers are shown on the booking calendar as specially marked slots with the price attached. See also our offers page
Do I need to book?
While booking is no longer compulsory, please note that we do sell out at busy times and tickets may not be available on the door. Additionally, any special offers are often “online booking only” so we still advise booking. We are generous with our refund/re-scheduling policy as long as we have a couple of hours notice via email or messenger, so please book with confidence that you won’t lose your money should disaster strike. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE NON-BOOKED ENTRIES WHEN WE ARE TOO BUSY.
Can I visit the farm as well?
You need a combi-ticket to do so. You’ll find combi-tickets for a joint farm and play barn visit on the Children’s Farm booking calendar, not here. (visit their website by clicking here). We advise allowing about 4 hours to be split across both attractions but we don’t operate strict timings for combi-ticket holders.
Can I buy a gift voucher?
For gift vouchers, click here. Voucher holders do not need to book and all your family are guaranteed entry so please feel free to use your vouchers and pay for any extras on the door (unless you prefer to book for any additional paying visitors in advance)
Can I cancel or reschedule?
We ask for a 2 hours notice so we have the chance to re-release your ticket for sale. After that, cancellation or rescheduling is at the manager’s discretion but if the reason is genuine then we are helpful. When cancelling, we will usually refund your full ticket price minus the small transaction fee (up to a maximum of £2).
What age is the play centre suitable for?
As a guide our main Play Zone is recommended for (but not restricted to) children aged 4-10. We also have baby zones and toddler zones for younger children although there is less space dedicated to these age groups.
Are the children supervised?
Whilst we do have play monitors circulating, we are non-supervised play facility and ask you to take responsibility for your child’s safety and behaviour. You should ascertain your child’s capability to use the play equipment before they enter it. Should you have any issues with behaviour or equipment please raise them with staff. Most problems can be dealt with quickly and quietly so we advise you to come to us.