Let's play

Movement, learning and (most importantly) fun!

Let's Play!

Discover the biggest indoor play-frame in the area!

Here at The Play Barn, your little ones can explore the largest indoor, multi-level play-frame in the Staffordshire Moorlands, getting stuck in to a wide range of exhilarating physical activity and kinaesthetic play with a fun, farmyard theme.

Zoom down the big wavy slide (cow-themed, of course!), take a spin on the dizzy disc, and brave the 7-metre-high spiral slide. Alongside spinning and sliding, there’s wibbly wobbly rope bridges to navigate, rollers to squeeze through, a sky glide to swing on and so much more!

The play-frame is a brilliant space for kids to jump, climb and explore in a safe environment. Plus, this kind of problem-solving-based, physical play is excellent for developing spatial awareness, coordination, and agility while your kids are getting crucial exercise.

Special play spaces for younger children

Indoor fun for all ages

The fun isn’t just for the big kids! There’s a dedicated soft play space for babies and toddlers where your littlest ones can safely clamber up the log climb, hide in the vegetable patch, wave out of the look-out dome, and slide down the twin lane wavy slide.

Prices for admission

Fantastic family fun at a farm that’s family-run!

No amount of fun is worth having if you and your children aren’t safe as farm-houses while visiting The Play Barn. We operate to the highest standard of equipment and play safety, including regular play frame sanitisation throughout the day.

Although we can’t take responsibility for the supervision of children while you and your family are visiting, our staff are there to ensure everyone plays safe and to make sure you feel looked after. Please do contact us if you have a question about visiting The Play Barn and we’ll be happy to help.

We run timed play sessions at weekends and during school holidays, to ensure everyone can enjoy their visit safely. We recommend booking your play session in advance to avoid disappointment during these times. On Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays in term time, we no longer take bookings and operate on a walk in basis; your visit may be limited to 2 hours during busy times.

Weekdays
Children under 3 months old Free
Children aged 3 - 11 months old £2.00
Children over 12 months old £6.50
Adults £1.50
Weekends, School/Bank Holidays
Children under 3 months old Free
Children aged 3 - 11 months old £2.50
Children over 12 months old £7.50
Adults £1.50

IMPORTANT

We want to ensure every child has a great time at The Play Barn, so we ask children to exit the play area promptly at the end of their play time to allow our team to clean and prepare for the next session during peak time sessions.

Rules for fair play

We take the safety of every visitor very seriously at The Play Barn. Our rules for fair play are in place to not only protect visitors and staff alike, they’re to ensure that everyone has the best possible time.

Please adhere to these rules when visiting The Play Barn. Feel free to ask a member of
staff during your visit if you need assistance or guidance. If you have any questions, queries or concerns about the Rules for Fair Play or visiting The Play Barn we will be delighted to chat with you.

Although we can’t take responsibility for the supervision of children while you and your family are visiting, our staff are there to ensure everyone plays safe and to make sure you feel looked after. Please do contact us if you have a question about visiting The Play Barn and we’ll be happy to help.

  • Shoes must be removed before entering the play area and socks must be worn at all times. 
  • We recommend long sleeves and trousers or tights are worn to protect elbows and knees, with tops tucked into waistbands where possible.  
  • Do not allow children to wear or carry badges, jewellery or loose items in the play area.  
  • Glasses should only be worn if they have shatterproof lenses. We cannot be responsible for any damage sustained during play. 
  • Clothes with loose rope or ribbon attached should not be worn in the play area.  
  • Football shirts and other items of clothing made with synthetic fibres are not recommended. 
  • All children remain the responsibility of their parents or guardians at all times. The Play Barn does not accept responsibility for the supervision of children.  
  • Children should use the toilet and wash their hands before entering the play area. 
  • No sharp objects may be taken into the play area.  
  • It is forbidden to climb on the netted walls or areas integral to the frame’s structure. 
  • No food, drink or chewing gum should be taken into the play area.  
  • It is forbidden to smoke cigarettes or e-cigarettes, or play with fire anywhere within The Play Barn. 
  • Fighting or bullying will not be tolerated and guilty parties may be asked to leave.  
  • Please adhere to the age restrictions of the specific play areas e.g. Older children should not enter the toddler & baby play area. 
  • Children who are not feeling well should not enter the play area.  
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