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Built as a decorative water pumping station, now a climbing centre, this distinctive Victorian castle also hosts a playframe, separate from the climbing centre itself, and filled with thrilling slides and obstacle courses. It seems small until you look up, its height providing a true challenge to clambering pre-teens; there’s also a large toddler area with a spotless ball pool and soft-play puzzles. (The confined space can start to smell a
bit like yesterday’s socks towards the end of the day, though.) Parents can sit in comfort around the frame, or in a cosy sofa-and-magazine bedecked side room if they trust junior out of sight. Very friendly staff serve good coffee and sandwiches.
The Castle Climbing Centre
|Transport:||Tube: Manor House; Bus: then 141, 341 bus|
|Opening hours:||10am-6pm Mon-Thur; 10am-7pm Fri-Sun|
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