Clown Town is a large indoor play centre and adventure playground with climbing frames, slides, ball pond, rope climb, toy cars, soft play for babies, and more.

There are separate areas for young babies, toddlers and older children, as well as a free play area where you can (at the management’s discretion) bring the buggy so you don’t have to leave your new baby alone while you supervise the older ones.

There is also a cafe serving a range of simple kids lunches (all including carrot and cucumber sticks, juice and fruit) for about 3.50, as well as paninis and coffee for the parents.

It’s pretty big so expect a lot of children and a whole lot of noise. If you have preschool children who enjoy the more challenging “big kids” area, we’d recommend that you avoid visits during half-term or they will be mown down.

How to get to Clown Town

Clown Town is behind Tesco but you need to drive through the Tesco car park and off to the right just past the recycling station. The road loops around behind Tesco until you reach Clown Town. The car park and the overflow car park fill up quickly – if full, park near the entrance of the Tescos car park (zone A or B). There is an unmarked pathway to Clown Town just to the right of Tesco, near the Costa Coffee and Motorcycle Parking signs.


Written by Janis P.


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