There are A LOT of planes, including one with teeth, another that says POO down its side and some really cool early wooden warplanes.
Imagine your mum mate has sacrificed the bottom two storeys of their mid-terrace for their kids’ amusement and that’s basically what you have here.
With more than 50 interactives across the entire gallery, there’s plenty to keep tiny hands occupied.
Owner Emily Ajasa has really tapped in to what adults are looking for in a tot-friendly cafe – i.e. not garishly hued plastic crap.
I won’t pretend your toddler will be capable of operating any of the machines on its own, but older ones will have a giggle watching your reactions to this quirky cluster of contraptions.
The Mail Rail ride is short, mildly claustrophobic and I’m going to go out on a limb and say probably not the most exciting thing you have or will ever do.
Helpful staff, aesthetic beauty and a great mix of educational activities – not necessarily the things kids will care about but all so necessary for parents.