There is little doubt that children love soft play centres and London has one of the best in the UK.
Bramleys Big Adventure is a children’s indoor activity playground and cafe for children up to 11 years old. The aim of the owners is to create an environment that allows children to enjoy themselves, while parents are able to take some time to relax.
Overall, there are three levels of different play equipment and there are separate areas for younger children to keep them safe from the rough and tumble of the older kids.
Grab something to eat
The family cafe offers visitors a variety of healthy meals and snacks, organic meals as well as a selection of hot or cold drinks. High chairs available for those with younger children.
The playground is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 6pm and from 10am to 6.30pm on the weekends and Bank Holidays.
Entry varies based on age and whether it is peak time. There is also a reduction for those who opt to pay annual membership – which is currently priced per 12 months.
Prices for members are cheaper whereas prices for non-members are slightly higher.
How to get there
If travelling by car then there is parking available in the Westway Sports Centre car park – with an option for two hours – there is also disabled parking available.
The nearest London Underground station is Latimer Road, which is on the Circle and Hammersmith and City Lines.
A number of buses also cover the area including the 295 and 316 which stop right outside Bramleys Big Adventure.
What is nearby?
There is plenty of nearby attractions that could also complement a visit to Bramey’s Big Adventure.
If you fancy more activity, then the WestWay Climbing centre is ideal. With over 350 different climbing routes, Westway is perfect for those new to the sport and those who are more experienced.
Prices vary depending on age of climbers and the time of our visit, but for a low price it’s a great way to enjoy a few hours.
The centre can be reached by a number of buses – Buses 7, 23, 70, 52, 228, 295, 316 and 452 all stop under the bridges by Ladbroke Grove tube station – which is also the nearest London Underground station to the venue.