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For everyone to enjoy the attraction and equipment we require adults to supervise children whilst they play. Yes there is nice comfy seating and fabulous coffee but please ensure you supervise your children as we do not. 1 adult can supervise up to 6 children.
You are welcome on the equipment BUT please take care especially within our Ocean World Section as the equipment is state of the art but can easily be damaged.
Please don't let your kids take food & drink into any of the play areas. No chewing gum - this is a choking hazard and can damage the equipment.
Please make sure your child plays in the area appropriate for their age. This helps prevent accidents and encourage confidence amongst our younger guests.
There will be times when we may be busy. As a result once we reach capacity there may be a wait time to gain entry. During busy periods play sessions will be restricted to 3 hours.
There is an all day car parking fee of £3.00 between March - November. Members park for free and if your a local resident you may apply for a residents pass to park for free when using Brean Play & Brean Splash only, please ask at Reception. Splash Resident Card holders, passes will be valid at Brean Play.
No FOOD & Drink
Is allowed to be brought in with the exception of baby food for babies under 12 months. We have a fabulous cafe that caters for all ages. Also please NO GLASS.
To keep the equipment clean socks must be worn by children & adults. No exceptions. If you do not have any - you can buy some from reception. Shoes must be removed and put in a sensible place. Remove all sharp items such as keys, buckles etc as this may damage the equipment. To avoid friction burns we recommend arms and legs are covered.
MAX HEIGHT & AGE RESTRICTIONS
Our equipment is suited for children 0-11 years. Maximum height of a children using the equipment in the main area 148cm. Our toddler area is strictly for children 4 & under. Non playing Children over the height of 148cm are charged at the adult admission rate.
You will be required to sign in upon arrival declaring your intention to supervise your children and to follow our admission and play safe rules. We are sorry but we do not admit single adults without children into Brean Play. If you are meeting someone bring this to the attention of a team member at Reception.
Please let us know if there are any problems with the equipment or any spillages - if we don't know we can't help. Please also report any accident your child has as it is important we record this and investigate to see if any remedial action is required.
Abuse the rules and you will be asked to leave with no refund.
Entry & exit is controlled via magnetic doors both to ensure security and to prevent over capacity.
We constantly review our risk assessments & procedures to ensure we are operating the attraction to the highest possible standard. Let us have your feedback - it all helps.
Welcome to the South-West's BEST indoor soft play attraction. Brean Play at Brean Leisure Park, near Burnham On Sea, Somerset is open all year round and is the perfect place for your children to let off steam whilst you enjoy a nice cup of coffee or a bite to eat.
Brean Play features 3 distinct areas for babies, toddlers and children up to the age of 11 (max height 148cm) with stimulating and interactive play equipment all designed into a colourful environment.
Our facility features comfy spectator seats, free wi-fi, Starbucks Coffee and drinks and our cafe serves a wide range of tasty hot and cold meals. Air conditioning and heating also present. Choose to party with us in one of our 5 party rooms all with air conditioning and own sound system.
Our children's indoor play equipment is brand new and installed June 2014. It meets the highest current European Standard and has been inspected independently prior to us opening.
We also complete routine detailed checks to ensure the condition is monitored and maintained.
Our aim is to present challenge & risk in a safe & stimulating environment. We will do our up most to prevent accidents but it must be accepted that play does present an element of risk.