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Rainy Day Activities Bonkerz Fun Centre, Conwy
Opening times: Daily 10:00-18:00
Price: Children ages 3 and over £6.50, children under 3 £4.50, adults free

We all know that the kids love soft play centres, but so do the adults! Bonkerz Fun Centre in Llandudno is different to your average play centre and the main play centre is suitable for all ages – even the parents!

Bonkerz Fun Centre boasts a unique experience with top of the range soft play facilities in a unique Medieval Castle themed area. On the main play frame you’ll find a mirror maze, air cannons, giants slides and an astro turf sports zone. There’s also a dedicated toddler zone for under 3s so the little ones can enjoy interactive touch screens, a viewing pod, ball vacuum and slides in a safe environment.

And if the parents are tired out from the soft play fun, they can relax and unwind in the comfortable seating area or get coffee and a bite to eat in the on-site café.

Bonkerz Fun Centre can also cater for kids’ parties and there is a selection of themes available including Salon Pamper Parties, Toddler Parties, Prince and Princess Parties and even Bonkerz Bear Workshop Parties - as well as the standard soft play fun!


Bonkerz Fun Centre is found in Llandudno, just off of Llewelyn Avenue.

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