York’s Premier Trampoline Park, Winner of the Small Visitors Attraction of the year 2020 by Visit York. Bounce, Flip and tumble over 100+ trampolines. You can test yourself on our assault course or jump off the heights of mount Enzo into the giant Air Bag.
Family Packages available, for the whole family to enjoy the park together and Toddler Sessions now for ages 1-5 yrs. Don’t forget the ever-popular fitness session on a Wednesday evening, where you can bounce yourself fit.
On Thursdays at 5pm the Park is transformed into a haven for individuals with additional needs, we have designed a session in partnership with local charities, professionals and parents to ensure each individual’s needs are met.
Parties now available for ages 1- 101!!!! Build your own Party package including 1 hour of trampolining madness where the party can go wild in the ultimate house of bounce. Followed by a delicious selection of food from our 5* Refuel Café.
Bespoke packages available for corporate events and team building activity days. Email for details.
Look forward to seeing you soon!!!!
Opens 6th April 2022 and this year will be open Wed-Sat, 10am-4pm
The Scarborough Fair Collection hosts a magnificent working collection of Vintage Cars, Steam Engines, Vintage Fairground Rides and Mechanical Organs topped off with a ‘Mighty’ Wurlitzer Organ in our spacious ballroom. Set in the scenic grounds of the Flower of May Holiday Park on the coast road between Scarborough and Filey.
Here at the museum we have a well stocked tea bar providing, sandwiches, cakes and lavish afternoon teas. Sit in the ballroom and be entertained by the vintage dance organs while you eat.
Once you’ve had a look around the museum, make the most of your day and take the little one(s) swimming too! The indoor pool on the Flower of May is open to the public!
Read our Mumbler Review HERE
We have written a blog with suggestions as to what to do on a rainy day at home (mainly using stuff you have readily available)….HERE
A fantastic trampoline park situated in the heart of East Cleveland, it’s a great day out whatever the weather. There are a range of sessions available to accommodate a variety of ages, abilities & needs. They also do parties.
Milhome Avenue, Skelton Industrial Estate, Skelton, TS12 2LQ
Waterpark in Scarborough with indoor and outdoor pools, slides, spa, food and drink. Sessions must be booked in advance.
North Bay, 28 Burniston Road, Scarborough, YO12 6PH
01723 339 859
Leisure World, Promenade, Bridlington YO15 2QQ
Phone: 01262 606715
“Lovely pool with lots to entertain the kids. Not too expensive either. The designated times worked well for us, prevent you staying too long. Climbing wall is really fun! Café is nice as well.” SF ’17
Paint a pot and try other crafts at the Crafty Creations Cafe, a place fun for all ages and all weathers. We also offer children’s craft time that provides a range of affordable activities suitable for younger children. Or you can also book a children’s party or an adult only craft evening.
Only here for the day, no problem! Many of our crafts including Acrylic painting of pots can be taken with you once complete or we can post them to you when they have been glazed and fired.
4 Eastborough, Scarborough, YO11 1NW
A lovely museum for adults and children alike. Hoping to re-open April 2022.
Mumbler recommended AG ’18 – “a great place to visit, especially on a rainy day”
Filey Museum, 8 to 10 Queen Street, Filey, YO14 9HB
The Esplanade, Bridlington YO15 2PB
Phone: 01262 676767
24 Hour Information Line: 01723 507567
159 North Marine Road
Stimulating role play area where young children can explore, play and learn whilst having fun. The village scene includes a number of different buildings, eg. they can be fire fighters and then the next they can pop next door into the cafe and make tea for their friends.
A baby area is a safe and secure environment for babies to freely explore without the hustle bustle of the older children.
Coffee shop for the grown ups
Monday – Sunday: 09:30AM – 17:30PM
Unit 26, Hartlepool Workshops, Usworth Road, Hartlepool TS25 1PD
(01429) 597 879
A fantastic Indoor Play Centre featuring the areas tallest drop slide. We also Laser Tag, Party Venue, Customer Cafe, and Free Customer Parking. With unlimited play time, you pay a one off price and stay as long as you want. Designed for all ages, it is the ideal way to spend a day
The Carrs, Ruswarp, Whitby, YO21 1RL
A friendly place for people of any age or artistic ability to come and explore their creativity… or just splatter some paint on a pot! We love to help with capturing the perfect hand, foot and Paw prints in paint or clay. Gift vouchers are available for a unique present or new baby gift..
5 North Marine Road, Scarborough, YO12 7EY
12 lane Ten Pin Bowling Alley with fabulous balcony views of Scarborough’s Seafront and Bay, also a large Arcade. Children’s parties available.
Olympia Leisure, Foreshore Road, Scarborough, YO11 1NU
01723 377 960
Lots to do for younger children including farm animal barns, indoor playbarn, outdoor playground and sandpits, tractor rides, cafe and picnic areas.
Closed Fridays during term time, OPEN Queens Jubilee Friday (Friday 3rd June 2022)
Carr Lane, Cayton, Scarborough YO11 3AT
Scarborough Art Gallery houses the borough’s permanent collection of fine art, as well as having regular events for children, especially during the holidays. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am – 5pm. No need to pre-book.
The Crescent, Scarborough YO11 2PW
Various enclosures of sea life to see including turtles, seal, sharks and penguins. Also an outdoor play area and Pirate golf. Open daily, times vary.
Scalby Mills, Scarborough, YO12 6RP
Situated between the Yorkshire coastal resorts of Scarborough and Filey. Discover the history of and see how stained glass is made, learn how to make stained glass and fused glass in our new class room. Visit our extensive showroom for lampshades, mirrors and gifts, relax in our tearoom and gardens, hot daily specials, freshly baked cakes and scones.
Killerby Lane, Cayton, Scarborough, YO11 3TP
Located in Hull, The Deep is an award-winning aquarium home to 3,500 fish including green sawfish, spectacular sharks, rays and a colony of Gentoo penguins. Highlights include daily dive shows, animal presentations, touch pool sessions, the amazing glass tunnel and a ride in the glass lift through the 10m Endless Oceans exhibit. Open daily 10am – 6pm (last entry 5pm), closed 24th/25th December. Tickets must be booked in advance.
Tower Street, Hull, HU1 4DP (Sat Nav HU9 1TU). 01482 381000.
The Fun farm soft play area near Scarborough! It is perfect for little ones – from babies to big kids! Perfect for a rainy day. And while your little ones are letting off steam and burning some energy at our indoor play area, you can sit back and relax and enjoy snack from our tasty menu or a drink. For older children, we also have an outdoor play area. Here they can enjoy slides, swings and a climbing frame, all of which are free to use.
Boak End, Lebberston, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3NX
Indoor soft play area with junior, toddler and baby areas. Customer café. Party packages are available.
5-8 Newchase Court, Hopper Hill Rd, Scarborough, YO11 3YS
A multi-sensory sensory room is a stimulating environment aimed at developing coordination, motor skills, colour recognition, communication and sensory skills for children and adults with sensory impairments. Up to 4 children at a time can use the room. The facilities can be used passively or interactively to:
Time slots available to book from Monday to Friday, between 10am and 4pm
WHISH Hub, St. Hilda’s Business Centre, The Ropery, Whitby, YO22 4ET
01947 899685 / 07534 117458
On Pier Road there are three amusement arcades. As well as the usual bingo, slot machines and small children’s rides, there is a crazy golf with a pirate theme, shooting gallery, mini ten pin bowling and a soft play centre for younger children, alongside a cafe for the parents to supervise from.
Pier Road, Whitby, YO21 3PU
Visiting Whitby Museum is a good indoor activity for older children. It is home to many fascinating collections. The Archaeology Collection displays Bronze Age weapons and Roman lamps amongst other things. The Captain Cook collection contains many historically important artifacts, that illustrate his association with Whitby and events of his voyages (1768-1779). The museum houses one of the best collections of Jet artifacts in the world. There are many examples of jewellery (broaches and pendants), a chess table and even a model of Whitby Abbey!
Pannett Park, Whitby YO21 1RE
The Whitby Pavilion is a multi purpose venue on the Yorkshire Coast including a cinema
West Cliff, Whitby YO21 3EN
Phone: 01947 458899