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Rainy Day Activities The Fun Centre, Caernarfon, Gwynedd
Opening times: Variable (call ahead)
Prices: Adults £2, Under 3s £4.00, Over 3s £6.20, Babes in arms: Free

Kids are full of energy and there’s no way for them to burn it off when they’re cooped up inside all day. Sometimes the best thing to do is just let them work it all off and a great place to do it is The Fun Centre Caernarfon.

It does what it says on the tin - you’ll find a whole host of fun activities for the kids to enjoy including ball pools, swings over nets, high ropes, a dark maze, spinning steps, tumble towers and much more. There’s even a mini go-kart track and Gog’s Driving School on the top floor too, where budding racers can speed round the oval track on vehicles ranging from Ferraris to American trucks.

While the big kids run around through the 1400 sq ft of activities and slide down 25ft high drop slides, the little ones can have their fun separately in the under 5s soft play area.

There’s no need to pack a picnic as the licensed family-friendly restaurant on-site serves up freshly cooked food to help you and the kids refuel.

And if they still haven’t let off enough steam, The Fun Centre also houses a Laser Sport circuit which is ideal for the older kids. 


Banner Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Ian S.

Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Ian S.


The Fun Centre is located within a church on Bangor Street in Caernarfon on the A487. 

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