One of the first places Mr. C. discovered with the kids was the award-winning soft play centre Lemur Landings which is located at Tower Park Poole. We had a few miserable days weather wise so he googled soft play centre Bournemouth and up popped Lemur Landings. It recently underwent a massive transformation which took the centre to an all new level. An investment of £250,000 turned into a brand new party suite; several new adventurous features; together with a new and improved under 5’s area, toddler area and improved access facilities.
One of the new exciting features for the younger visitors includes the ‘Sky Tykes’ low ropes course:
Older children can have a go on the ‘DigiWall’ which allows for intergenerational play, where even Mum and Dad can have a go!
And not to forget the very popular new and improved LED climbing wall which both my kids absolutely love and Molly-May with her 3 years can now climb all the way to the top to push the button after visiting the centre only 4 times since we moved here! Madness how quick they learn!
Both my kids love role play so Molly-May & Finn together with MM’s new friend Mia ( who’s Mummy Becci blogs at Proper Livin and took some of the fantastic pictures of my kids) loved exploring all the new “houses” in the Leweyville and get right into character:
Opposite it is where the Under 5’s soft play frame is housed and tucked up in the corner you can find a rather chilled out zone for the little ones with soft shapes and a little ball pit along site a calming bubbly water wall with moving fishes inside. For the parents there is plenty of seating in the cafe area, some comfy couches right outside Lewisville and some benches inside the street set up and also some additional chairs and coffee tables above it where the climbing wall, digi wall & the low ropes course is based.
Open all year round and passionate about play, Lemur Landings is one of the largest indoor soft play centres in Dorset.It’s more than a massive multi-level playframe; complete with multi-slide, bridges, tunnels, ball pools and cannons; the centre is also home to a dedicated area just for toddlers, a super sensory area for the under 5’s and a climbing wall! Lemur landings is truly an empire of indoor soft play anybody aged under 12, whilst mum and dad relax with a quiet cuppa or a bite to eat from the Café while keeping a watchful eye on their own little lemurs.
There is pretty much everything a kid could dream off from The Ted Shed where you can make your own bear up to Under 5’s Activity Mornings as well as a whole range of Birthday Parties (Fun Time, Create A Bear, Climbing Zone and Phaser Tech Parties with additional Face Painters you can hire to go with it) and the most exiting one which I am pretty sure Mr. C. and Finnster will attend very soon is the End of Term Phaser Nights from Age 6+ you can join the crew for a fantastic evening of phaser tag! Climb aboard our giant space station themed playframe for 6 exciting phaser missions & Digiwall fun! Disco lighting and music to create an atmosphere that’s out of this world! It is an advance booking event which costs 10£ per player.
Lemur Landing most certainly is not your average soft play centre but a next generation family entertainment centre and all the more fun for it! You can visit their website for more details and if you want to keep up to date for the latest news check out their Twitter and Facebook page too.
Thank you Lemur Landings for having us we had a brilliant time, Molly-May was very pleased with her glittery tattoo and her frozen inspired face painting and we cant wait to become regulars:
Lemur Landings is always our go to place, the kids adore the new role play area but it is the climbing walls where they have the most fun.Isaac has his time down to 11 seconds now