Hobbledown Heath’s adventure play park opens in time for the summer

With the summer holidays looming, Hobbledown Heath, one of London’s biggest indoor and outdoor adventure play parks, will be opening just in time on July 11 in Hounslow, west London.

Hobbledown Heath is home to 70 farm and zoo animals, from playful pygmy goats to mischievous meerkats, as well as a specialist bird of prey centre.
Visitors will get the chance to meet the new furry residents of Hounslow through interactive experience sessions.

Hobbledown Heath sits in the guise of three villages and an enchanting woodland.

Visitors will get the chance to climb 15 metre wooden towers, explore a labyrinth of underground tunnels, scale aerial walkways, discover secret passages, and dart through water sensor and that’s just the beginning.

Hobbledown Heath is perfect for weekend adventures, birthday parties, and days out with little ones.

Grown-ups are never too old to play, but Hobbledown Heath is geared towards children aged two to 13 years old to explore and expand their imaginations.

Richard Farley, co-founder of Hobbledown Heath said: “Hobbledown Heath is all about creating an extraordinary day out and we can’t wait for families to join us this summer and experience something new.”

 

Pictured: High Ropes at Hobbledown Heath Picture: Hobbledown Heath

 

 


 

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