This post features place to visit on those rainy days. This post is based more for younger kids babies to 6 years but may have the odd suggestion for older.
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Newcastle Trampoline Park and Gym is located in the west end of Newcastle, providing excellent sport and leisure facilities for the local community.
- Trampoline area has SEN and Toddler sessions
- Newcastle Trampoline Park states that the soft-play facilities are suitable for 0-8 years old with two areas.
- cafe on-site with kids menu but also many food places nearby.
- From 18 months to use trampolines.
Read our full review: Better Trampoline Park & Soft-play, West Road Guide.
Fun Shack, the home of the North East’s Premium Indoor Adventure Park with over 30,000 square feet of entertainment.
- They also have a toddler sessions on during the week, Monday-Friday 10am – 4pm or 10:30am to 3:30pm Monday to Friday during term time. This Includes a toddler entry, juice and biscuits with the costing price of £6.50 per toddler. And Last admission at 2pm (term time only). Do check incase this information changes.
- They even do a selected choice of kids meals on their snack shack menu.
- They have two age ranges within the Indoor Adventure Park, 0-4 years and 4-14 years.
Read our full review: Fun-shack Newcastle review and guide.
Farmhouse-Inns Family friendly pub: The Wheatsheaf Farm on Callerton Lane, Woolsington.
And I would highly recommend for families looking for pubs with children play areas indoor.
- Carvery option for breakfast and lunch with plate size options. (You can also order for menu too with other pub meal options)
- Kids menu available with small and large plate option. On the back of the kids menu, they have puzzles and colouring sections to keep them occupied whilst waiting for food.
- There is also a dessert parlour with a selection of cakes and ice-creams.
- They also have baby facilities such as changing room, microwave, and highchairs.
- small indoor play area for under 5’s and also a bigger play area with air-hockey and win a prize every-time machine – you need change for this area.
Read our full review: Family Friendly pub: The Wheatsheaf Farm guide/review.
Active Northumberland have 8 soft-play areas in total. Other sites are Ponteland, Morpeth, Prodhoe, Berwick, Willowburn, Concordia, Blyth and one coming to Wentworth soon aswell as Ashington.
- Soft-play is suitable for children under 8 years old and will be charged £4.50 per child.
- Ashington’s soft-play are has 4 storeys with a safari theme. This is suitable for children under 8 years old.
- There is a cafe on-site, and a seating area within the soft-play.
- They also have a swimming pool on-site with a learner section.
- They have a library with a large selection of family books.
Read full review: Ashington Soft-play area at Active Northumberland review and guide.
Galafield Centre have a soft-play area within their community cafe. These are drop in sessions from Monday to Thursday.
- Suitable for children under 6 year olds only. The soft-play is in two sections, one for 0-2 years and another for 2-6 years.
- Kids pack lunches for £2.50.
- Plenty of books to read in cafe with your child.
- They also run sessions for families of all ages including autism support.
Read our full review: Softplay Sessions at Galafield Centre.
Nunsmoor Centre Trust FREE sensory room, must pre-book. The sensory room is situated at the Nunsmoor Centre, Studley Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE4 5AH.
Read full review: FREE sensory room at Nunsmoor Centre Trust.
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