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Lost World will Re-Open for October Half Term

Lost World, the exciting Amazon-themed soft play centre at Serpentine Green shopping centre is to reopen in time for October half term, offering an exciting range of activity and climbing opportunities for all ages.

Visitors old and new will be pleased to know that the full range of activities will be back on offer in the centre, providing a safe space for children to play, climb, slide and explore. 

There are two soft play areas for younger children, a range of adventurous climbing walls and the iconic 360° volcano slide, which is visible from within the shopping centre. Older children will love the five-metre-high climbing wall at the front of the centre, which offers a safe yet exhilarating climbing experience. The climbing wall offers five climbing stations, which can be tailored to suit any age from four upwards, including grown-ups. In addition, our interactive climbing wall is the only one of its kind in Peterborough, with multiple games to choose from and varying levels. Children can even play together to defeat the game!

Accompanying adults can take the weight off their feet in the café, which serves a range of delicious drinks and snacks and offers easy viewing access to the range of activities and areas.

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Open all day, 7 days a week, from 23 October onwards, Lost World will be a welcome destination for families in Peterborough and the region. Book in for a short session, stay a few hours – or visitors can even combine a visit with their big supermarket shop! The centre is also available for private hire and parties too. 

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Discover Lost World for yourself but prepare to lose your youngsters in the awesome Amazonian adventureland that awaits! Find out more and book your tickets at www.lost-world.co.uk.

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