This could so easily have been just another generic soft-play centre, but the owners have clearly put a lot of thought into making it stand out from the crowd.
Charlotte Holroyd has lived in Wandsworth Town for four years. She works as a doctor and is currently on maternity leave following the birth of her son Oscar, five months.
Katie Parsons is Content Director at BMB advertising agency and mum to daughter Robyn, 18 months. She grew up between Tooting and Balham, moving back just before Robyn was born, and is enjoying rediscovering the area through new- (albeit tired) mum eyes.
I know I have a tendency to over-romanticise when I really like something but seriously, this place has absolutely ruined us.
An ideal day out for tot-toting Londoners who can’t face the hordes, cost or vastness of the tourist trap that is London Zoo.
Older kids can be left under the watchful eye of the playroom supervisor while their parents do their thing
Thank the Lord for the chill-out room – without it I would have thrown myself off the balcony with a glow stick up each nostril
The Bee’s Knees is truly magical and by far the most original, innovative and, crucially, clean soft-play space I’ve come across