Clown Town

Clown Town

Clown Town is a soft play centre based in Colney Hatch , suitable for all ages.

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Description

For younger children and toddlers, bouncy castle, ball pond, climbing area and toy cars etc. The Crawlers Area (strictly for toddlers) includes soft shapes and toys for babies in a gated section.

3 level multi-activity Play Frame for the older and more adventurous children including slides, aerial runways, rope climbs, ball pond, spook room and more.

Opening Times

9:30am - 6:30pm including weekends and bank holidays. (Closed on Christmas day and New Year’s day)

Prices

Children under 1 not accompanied by another paying child £1.25
Children under 2 years £4.95
Children over 2 years £5.95
Adults, age 16 and over £1.25
Family Offer
2 children under 2 £9.00
1 over 2 and 1 under 2 £10.00
2 over 2 £11.00

During Peak Time (weekends, school and bank holidays), all age groups over 1 are charged at £5.95, adults are charged at £1.25, under 1 charged at £1.25

Please note clown town do not accept credit or debit cards.

 

  • Buggy park
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Free parking
  • All year

2 Comments

  1. Beverley says:
    Posted July 10, 2012 at 9:53 pm | Permalink

    A great area to let the kids loose and get a bit sweaty! There are 2 areas, one for under 3′s and one for over 3′s. A great viewing area for parents if you don’t want to clamber on the soft play itself. There are also craft sessions that are included in the entry price on certain days–check the website for details. We go here regularly–lots of fun!

  2. colm says:
    Posted July 17, 2013 at 8:36 pm | Permalink

    The most DISGRACEFUL place to take any CHILD. The receptionist came running to our table to STOP us singing HAPPY BIRTHDAY to our 8 yr old daughter. The most UNFRIENDLY PLACE EVER. One member of staff was very kind, during this awful experience. My wife tried to book a party for 20 children and 6 adults, all with food and was told there was no availability. When we arrived, there was one other group there, the two party booths were empty and were not used at all. There were 7 staff not doing very much (considering the place was so empty and not surprising given the abusive service by the receptionist). The nice member of staff came over to our friend and said the receptionist was annoyed and we were not to sing happy birthday, or produce a cake, (is there some kind of mental problem, going on here)? I told the receptionist to go away from my children, at which point she told me she would phone the POLICE. I have been here on at least 4 different occasions, over the years, (having 6 children) and it is my belief, you would have to be mental to give Clown Town any of you hard earned money, (I spent £300) let alone let them play in this shabby, unhygienic place. Beware, don’t give them your custom.
    Colm Doherty


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