Children's Indoor Play
Reviewed by Debbie Talbot
I have lived in Manchester for 2 years now and wanted for so long to visit Blackpool Tower, having been told by my 8 year old how fantastic it is. We recently stayed at Haven’s Marton Mere park and took a day trip out into Blackpool.
We had a big ticket which is great because there is so much to fit in to one day and being able to go and visit the other attractions within the next 90 days is a great idea. We chose to start off by visiting Jungle Jim’s within Blackpool Tower.
Upon entering the tower complex a helpful member of staff was quickly on hand to help with my query. We headed upstairs in the lift to level 5 of the Tower which houses the Jungle Jim’s play area. The older children in our party headed off to play on the soft play equipment while the other adult and I relaxed with my baby twins in the café area. The older children thoroughly enjoyed their play session.
The café stocked a good range of drinks and snacks at reasonable prices. I went to change one of my twin boys at the changing station within the ladies toilet and was glad to see that the facilities were clean and tidy. There is a shop within Jungle Jim’s which sells lovely keepsakes.
My twins are a year old still quite teeny. Because it was pretty busy in the under 3’s area we did not try it out.
It was a fantastic place for the kids to let off some steam while the grown-ups chatted.
For more information or to book your tickets online visit www.theblackpooltower.com/our-attractions/jungle-jims.aspx