Now that Government restrictions have allowed indoor play areas to finally reopen we thought we’d give you a quick round up of what’s open in the area!
World of Their Own
We are so pleased these guys are back open – we’ve missed you Crista and Lee! They moved to Hornbeam Park at the start of the year, and they’ve been keeping themselves busy over lockdown developing the much anticipated Fairytale Themed Ice Cream Parlour!
It’s suitable for children aged from crawling up to 8 years. During the week they offer 3 Play Experiences a day as well as hosting exclusive birthday parties.
Due to restrictions, each experience only has 15 places available so you need to book online in advance. Between each play experience they do a deep clean of all the equipment. For more information and to book visit their website here.
After 150 days of being closed, Crazy Tykes is now open. They’ve been busy over lockdown making lots of improvements to the place. Making it even more fun for everyone, as well as being Covid safe.
They’ve redecorated, installed screens, added cleaning stations, installed a new sensory area to name but a few things. They’ve removed the balls from the ball bit, reduced capacity by 50% and introduced an online booking system. All the changes have gone down really well with their customers! And don’t forget they also have a great out door play area too. For more information and took book online please visit their website here.
“Due to capacity and keeping everyone safe, the indoors will be available on a wristband basis – you get two and a half hours – three hours in the park outside and (depending upon numbers) you will be allocated a slot to come back inside to let the children play in the play areas.
Lots has changed – no balls in ball pools, capacity in various areas but the slides are still there!
The cafe will not be open yet and is planned to reopen when schools return, but the added fun of unlimited rides will be a good enough reason to just grab a snack from the outside cabin.
Temperatures will be taken at entry and the team will be insisting that children santise or wash their hands before and after play inside.
Adults must wear masks when not sat at a table and of standing supervising children in the frame.
It’s not going to be the same for a while but we have to keep everyone safe and that is the priority.”
We’re so excited that our mini mumblers can get back in to Creepy Crawlies, even in a limited way for now. They’ll be so happy!
Update August 2020 : Ninja Warrior Park and café reopened and parkour sessions are back!
Agility is a great day out for children (and parents!) of all ages! Their located in Nether Poppleton opposite Manor CE Academy on Millfield Lane.
This is what they currently have on offer:
90 minute sessions. A ninja warrior ticket gives you access to both the Ninja and Warrior obstacle course aswell and the racing slide.
Agility Mini, miniature obstacle course just for toddlers.
Toddler sessions (term time) – weekday mornings Monday to Friday sports based sessions in our studio and access to the the ninja course and Agility Mini. Sports include PlayGym (Gymnastics) Football, Cricket, Teddy Dancing (ballet) and Mini Ninja assault course
Family Ninja Warrior Sessions – Family session for children, parents and guardians to race each other our Ninja and Warrior obstacle courses.
Ninja Warrior 5-16 years – York’s Ultimate Ninja Warrior Course 90 minute session suitable for 5-16 years.
Parkour – recognised provider of indoor parkour with sessions for 7-11 year olds, 12-15 year old and adults in our dedicated parkour studio.
Ninja Gym – a mix of fitness training, obstacle training and racing in our fitness studio and on the ninja warrior obstacle courses, sessions for 7-11 years, 12-15 years and adults.
Family Bootcamp – A boot camp designed for all ages parent and children exercising together. Sunday morning session at 10:30am. Get your pulses going with a class designed to get the whole family fit!
Children’s Parties – Ninja Warrior parties for all age groups
Club sessions – out of season training sessions for sport clubs and associations.
“For the time being we will be running on much reduced numbers, and places will be pre-bookable only; we will not be allowing any walk-ins. We will be closed every Tuesday and Wednesday until I have an idea as to how busy we are going to be. 1 week’s sessions will be released at a time”