Last weekend we went to Mini Monsters Soft Play Café MK

It’s a lovely softplay, smaller than some of the bigger ones around but I liked that as it was easy to keep an eye on Carson and there was still plenty for him to do.

They also have a lot of great events on throughout the year such as character meet and greets, parties etc.

I’ve been meaning to visit for absolutely ages and we finally went on mothers day. It’s part of the 12th street leisure area in Milton Keynes, MK9 3PT.

It’s smaller than some of the larger soft play centres, but it’s still plenty big enough that’s there’s loads to do. At the time of writing under 6months are free, 6-11 months are between £1.25-£2, 1-3 years are £8-£9, 4-12 are £9.25-£9.95, and adults are £2.50-£3.25 depending on whether you visit in peak or off peak times. Sessions are 2hrs long.

Both the baby and toddler area have these squishy colour tiles

There’s three sections, a small baby bit with some soft play shapes that have things to play with on them, and some sensory squares that you can squish colour on. Normally there’s a bubble wall but it wasn’t working when we went.

Toddler area

The toddler section has a ball pit, a slide, various soft play shapes, a spinning circle, and a tile spinner.

Baby area

The section for bigger kids is fab. It’s got a huge web type climbing area, a rock climbing wall, tubes, gym balls, slides, and more. They also have a reading/drawing area with books and colouring sheets.

There’s plenty of seating for adults, lockers, and the cafe serves drinks and snacks. They always have a lot of events on, like superhero’s, princesses, Easter etc so it’s worth following them on Facebook to be kept up to date.

Even though we went on a peak day it wasn’t too busy. It’s a nice softplay, it was clean and I liked that I could easily see Carson compared to some of the bigger ones where you have no idea where they are.

Tunnels in the bigger kids section, there’s also a cool tunnel slide

We parked next to the premier inn which is premium parking at £2 per hour so an absolute rip off, but there’s tons of parking options around ranging from 50p per hours upwards if you are willing to walk a bit. I just prefer the convenience of parking there especially as no one else does!

Carson loved it, and because he could find/see us he was happy to go off and play, whereas he can be a bit unsure with bigger soft plays.