Best places for indoor climbing, trampolines and free jumping

Namrata Bhawnani
3rd April 2017

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The eternal conundrum of what to do with the kids on weekends and during school holidays seems to have been solved by a quirky new craze. Trampolining and free-jumping centres are springing up (groan) all over the place and, along with climbing schools, they are providing a great outlet for parents and kids to let off steam and have fun together. We’ve rounded-up the UK’s best indoor activity centres to keep the kids hopping and happy.

1/7 The Project Climbing Centre, Poole


The Project is fast becoming the heart of the local community in Poole, Dorset. With 300 metres of climbing and bouldering wall, this centre is less overwhelming and has an intimate and friendly atmosphere that beginner climbers may prefer over the larger venues.

Parkour, Taekwon-Do and massage therapies are also available and the centre is conveniently located in a shopping mall and has its own Lookout Cafe; a great place to grab a smoothie and enjoy the view from the lookout balcony over the climbing floor.


Junior casual climbing sessions (for 7–13 years) cost £12 for 90 minutes; Junior Club coaching sessions are £70 per half term


01202 660 153

Find out more about The Project

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