…because whilst there are some fantastic elements to this attraction, there we also some clear problems. Firstly the positives: it is an amazing space for children aged 4 and over. The scale of what is on offer and what they can explore is amazing, with genuinely challenging and fun parts for older kids and adults, light high-ropes and mini-golf. The play area, which extends up over five floors, is a maze-like structure with so much to do, see, throw, catch, slide and climb. It would be such fun for children who can independently access it. However for our daughter, who is nearly two, the ‘toddler’ section was pretty underwhelming. Fortunately it wasn’t too busy when we went so we were able to take her on the older kid sections. Another negative was the bizarrely lengthy sign-up process and that there is very little space for family members to sit and wait for their kids. The (seemingly mostly teenaged) staff were all quite friendly but had some odd music choices for a children’s play area and when some child/specific music DID finally come on it was basically a “It’s time to leave” tune…half an hour before closing. Anyway, we did enjoy ourselves and glad we didn’t have to wait in the sun.