Jump Play Centre
Childrens Play Centres & Playgrounds in Bristol
Children’s play centres, soft play, indoor play centres, whatever you know them as, we all know that they are brilliant fun for kids of all ages where even the most active children will be kept entertained.
They are also perfect for when the weather isn’t on your side, to while away some hours undercover. The kids can let off some steam and have lots of fun in the ball pools, slides, soft shapes, trampolines, while the parents can grab a coffee and a slice of cake!
On your break to Bristol, seek out some fun times and head along to an indoor play centre.
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Bristol Jump has enormous adventure play-frames: a space zone, a galleon and an enchanted castle. At 22,000 sq feet it is the largest dedicated indoor soft play centre in England and conveniently tucked away in the back of Cribbs Causeway!
PriceGuide Price From £1.00 to £6.50 Per Ticket
AirHop Bristol is The Largest Trampoline Park in the world! With over 177 trampolines, a Total Wipeout zone, Battle Beams, Foam Pits, Trampoline Dodgeball and a huge Main Court of trampolines.
At PlaySpace you'll find a more civilised play centre, with natural light, seating with good views, great coffee and homemade healthy food. Seven stimulating play zones for 0-10 year olds.
Greville Smyth Park is a community park and is the only park in Bristol that also includes playing structures for teenagers and can be enjoyed by all ages!
Come and enjoy Eastville Park which has a fishing lake, lots of green space and children’s playgrounds!
Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park combines fun and education in one! Avon Valley is a place to meet animals of all shapes and sizes, including Highland cattle, Shetland ponies, pigs, goats, donkeys and more.
Freedog Urban Activity Centres Bristol is not just your ordinary trampoline park. They have the coolest Parkour Academy and Skills Area in the South West.
There is plenty of choice in Victoria Park since the park has 3 separate play areas, 1 on the northern end of Nutgrove Avenue, 1 at St Lukes Road and 1 at Fraser Street.
Come and enjoy Blaise Castle Estate's 650 acre parkland, which includes a museum and castle and a children’s play area.
Visit Brandon Hill Park and play on the climbing frame, climb Cabot tower and enjoy a picnic on the grass!
Canford Park is a Victorian park with a children’s play park, football pitches, tennis courts and a bowling green, which can be enjoyed by the whole family!
George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol, opened the new Inns Court Park and Play Area in July 2015. There were plenty of activities for children to take part in, including a colouring competition run by the One Tree Per Child team.
St George’s Park is a large Victorian suburban park with a pond, grass areas, large wheels park and a children’s playground to enjoy!
Hengrove Play Park is the biggest free play park in Bristol, so come and play all day long!
St Andrew’s Park is a classic Victorian neighbourhood park with a lot of green space and children’s play area to be enjoyed by the family.