Days: Monday - Sunday
Times: 10Am - 5pm
Little Stars offers imaginative and adventurous play for babies, toddlers and young children up to the age of six. Whether they love dressing up, playing with cars or something a little more active like assault courses and slides, we’ve got it covered.
What’s more, we’ve done our very best to make sure that the Little Stars experience is also enjoyable for parents. So, you can look forward to relaxing knowing that the entrance is gated – enjoy a great coffee with a view of our lake and, if you arrive early enough, a comfy tub chair. We’ve even tried to make the main play frame more comfortable for you if you choose to play with your little one – minimising the need to navigate awkward spaces like crawl tubes…unless you want to!
At Little Stars, play for babies and toddlers is at the heart of what we do. Along the front of the main play structure, with lots of lovely natural light you’ll find a good size soft play area designed just for under 3’s featuring a ball pool, gentle climbs, soft shapes, a tunnel and a ball juggler as well as their own slide, soft bricks and other fun features to explore. Spend some special one to one time in our sensory play room. Exclusively for under 3’s accompanied by an adult, it features mesmerising light displays and tactile toys guaranteed to captivate little ones.
Also on offer is a mini track and cars with a car wash to drive around and around, plus a pizzeria where they can play at being a café owner…’making’ pizzas and serving them to you. We’ve also got a great choice of fancy dress costumes from princesses to policemen, which are bound to fire their imaginations. Kids who love toys with wheels will be in heaven in our fantastic ‘WOW’ toys play zone, which features vehicles from camper vans to cement mixers, perfect for toddlers from 1 1/2 years old.
Finally, our main play frame offers three levels of active outer-space themed fun. There’s a two lane astra slide, mini climbing wall, cool crawl tube, aerial glide, rope bridge and spinning dizzy disc to name a few. Unusual features include a clear deck, where you can see the people playing on the level below you.