Unit 650 thorp Arch Trading Estate, Thorp Arch Wetherby, West Yorkshire IS23 7BJ
Crazy Tykes is a large soft play area with plenty of equipment for all ages. There is a great babies/crawlers area in the centre of the place and good visibility from the seating area into most of the large play equipment. There is a football/ball games area and party rooms around the edge. The café is well priced with a good variety of foods.
The play area is fitted with the latest play equipment designed to cater for children from 0 – 13 year old
There is a 4 Lane Astra Slide, twisting spiral slide, multi sports area, basket ball nets, soft ball cannons and ball pools. With safety in mind they have also provided a separate toddler area for the under 4’s
There is a stylish café serving food freshly prepared by one of our chefs, plus a comfortable seating area with daily newspapers and magazines to hand. Their kitchen has again been awarded 5 stars for hygiene.
Crazy Tykes, Unit 650
Thorp Arch Trading Estate
T. 01937 541007
Whatever the weather, our gigantic air conditioned, indoor arena will put huge smiles on your kids faces – treat them to an experience they’ll be talking about for days.
I really rate it! Well organised, clean, lots of fun and nice cafe too.
HB, March 17
It’s brilliant we go most weeks with my 3 and just turned 2 year old it’s great value for money definitely give it a go
EH, March 17
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Wiggington Road, York. YO32 2RH
A huge and fantastic soft play area situated on the outskirts of York. There is a bright and airy main play frame with a 4 slide racer, a disco area, separate areas for babies and toddlers and football/ride-on area. Café and a huge outdoor area with petting farm and sand pit. A great day out.
Beech Avenue Harrogate.
This is a large bright soft play area and there is excellent visibility of the equipment from the café. The crawlers area is good and there is a separate ‘function room’ for parties and various classes which are run here ( Soca tots and Singamajigs to name a few…).