Adventure Avenue | Review

Adventure Avenue

On Friday my sister and I finally visited Adventure Avenue in Burgess Hill with the littlest ones. I had seen a few people’s stories on Instagram visiting here and it looked adorable so knew that we had to go check it out.

Adventure Avenue is a role play centre for kids and has 12 play areas for your babes to explore an enjoy.

  • Laundromat
  • Fire Station
  • Doctors Surgery
  • Vets
  • Construction Site
  • Post Office
  • Supermarket
  • Bakery
  • Dress Up & Stage Area
  • Hair & Beauty Salon
  • Camp Site
  • Sensory Room
AA-Shopping
Mila on Till-AA

Each area is sectioned off with low wall dividers, so although the place is open plan each different play zone feels like its own separate space. Mila loved shopping in the supermarket, each trolly had it’s own shopping list so Mila went around looking for the things listed to put in her trolly.

Fire Engine-Adventure Avenue
Dexter & Mila Fireman

I love how each role play area also had the dressing up outfits to match. The kids loved playing in the fire engine, even Pixie had fun dressing up too. There’s also a Cafe inside, with seating area, where you can grab a light lunch or coffee or sit and eat your own brought lunch.

Mila the Builder
Mila Crane

There really is something for everyone at Adventure Avenue. Mila did get drawn straight away to the baby and buggy and spent most of her time pushing the baby round and pretending to mop the floor. However she couldn’t resist dressing up ‘like Daddy’ and being a bricklayer. She had so much fun building a tower with the bricks and then knocking it down with the crane.

Mila as Police Officer
Mila doing makeup

It was so lovely watching Mila in this environment and seeing her really get into each role.

Mila being a doctor
Mila Doctor

There was also a separate dress up area with lots of other costumes. Mila dressed up as a superhero and a fairy princess and then started a band with her cousin Dexter.

Mila Superhero
Mila the Drummer

We were really lucky that we pretty much had the whole place to ourselves. The kids roamed freely and could really let their imagination run wild.

Mila Post Box
AA-Camping

We absolutely loved visiting and the kids had so much fun. Adventure Avenue does three sessions a day and each session lasts 90 minutes, which is plenty of time for your little ones to play and explore all 12 play areas. It costs £6 per child (£7 on the weekend) and 1 adult goes free with each full paying child. Additional adults are £3 and non-walkers are free. You can also hire out for birthday parties too! I would definitely recommend booking online beforehand as they do sometimes close early if it’s quiet. I found it so much better for Mila than going to soft play and it was fun for me too watching her play. It’s a great value for money too and we will definitely be going back. 

Book your tickets here https://www.adventure-avenue.co.uk/book/

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2 Comments

  1. Ivy Hewlett
    January 20, 2020 / 08:05

    Just love your style of writing and pics! Always so interesting!💖

    • holliecagney
      Author
      January 20, 2020 / 08:40

      💞💞💞

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