The capital’s most innovative, aesthetically pleasing, exciting and often downright weird children’s playgrounds.
Highlights include Grandma’s caravan, but I recommend checking her eyes and ears and mouth look human-sized before going in there…
A life-size Tiger perched smugly at the table, ready to be photographed by each and every parent in attendance
The drop slide is closed for these sessions so you don’t have to worry about your child trying to coax you onto it and paralysing you in the process.
Quite frankly this exhibition could have been themed around soiled nappies and we’d probably still go along for a look.
The atmosphere is as chilled as you’d expect of a wine shop that’s happy to accommodate 12 tiny destroyers and their wine-sozzled mothers.
The hand-operated water pumps have an annoying habit of being commandeered by older, often extremely territorial toddlers.
The real genius of this haunt is its substantial play area, thoughtfully devised kids’ menu and exciting programme of activities
There’s plenty of sensory stuff for super-tinies, with lily pads to bounce on and chimes to beat the crap out of
While the majority of what’s on sale mirrors the big-sister store, this bright, airy space feels a better fit for this modern brand