Medieval Mayhem is Sheffield’s newest, tallest and most exciting adventurous indoor play centre, near Hillsborough, at Toledo Works, Neepsend Lane, S3 8AW. Medieval Mayhem has big slides, a separate baby and toddler area, friendly staff, good home cooked food and safe, fun place for children to play aged 0-14 years. Medieval Mayhem Soft Play Centre, Sheffield
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What is it?
Medieval Mayhem is Sheffield’s Newest, Tallest (and most exciting) Adventure Soft Play Centre at Toledo Works, near Kelham Island. We like this play centre because it’s spacious, bright, airy, has good food with good, big frames and fun slides – plus a separate baby/toddler area for smaller ones.
What ages is the centre suitable for?
Under 1’s free
Under 4 £4.45
Over 4 £6.45
Yes! There are activities/clubs every term time, week day plus parties and character appearance days during the school holidays.
You can also book Playtimes Sensory or Phonics Bear sessions for baby and toddlers.
Pre-book a table at Medieval Mayhem and avoid any queuing on their website, this is particularly handy for weekends and school holidays.
Yes, plenty in the car park plus free off-road, too.
Hot and cold fresh, handmade meals including gluten free and vegan options. Kids menu, paninis, burgers, pasta and lots more!
What do I need to know?
Read this FAQ from the owners of Medieval Mayhem:
Autistic time/quiet times – We have a Ray of Hope session the first Thursday in every month (hoping to increase it to twice monthly soon). We are also considering an early opening for “quiet” times on a Sunday morning, however saying that we are not going to be playing music all day long either. We don’t like that in a Play Centre so we are only going to play music for Birthday Moments.
How often it gets cleaned – The centre will be cleaned thoroughly daily – however the staff inspect the frame every 20 mins to ensure that no one has “had an accident” or similar within the frame.
Age range – We welcome any children, the smaller frame has an area for 0-1s and a joined on but separate area for 1-4 the bigger frame is goof for 4 upwards but we have no upper limit as all kids are different, some kids by 8 have had enough of soft play and some kids at 11 still enjoy it.
Safety gates – There are electronic safety gates in and out of the building, so no one can escape without staff knowledge
Security for toddler area – With having had young kids too, we are very keen on attempting to ensure that the older children don’t play in the toddler area and instruct staff to tackle this if it happens
Food options & allergies – We have a great menu – almost everything is Home made and locally sourced. Even chips are hand cut in house, chicken nuggets are, too. We dice the breasts up in the centre and coat and cook them ourselves – there is no “frozen rubbish”. We have some great Vegan Options on the menu and can manage alternatives to almost all of our menu for Gluten free, Vegtarian and most other allergies, not everything is listed as that would take pages and pages, but if parents talk to the staff we can cater for almost all needs
Visability from the outside of frames for parents – The frame is in a pretty unique U shape and therefore you can see the majority of the frame from the table area.
Coffee – we currently sell Pizza Dora Coffee – Intenso variety. We think that it is lovely – people are welcome to have a double shot as well if they prefer it stronger.
What do you think? We love it!
Medieval Mayhem is a big, open clean indoor play centre with friendly staff, good food and great activities included in entry price. We have enjoyed many toddler sessions, crafts and character breakfasts here at Medieval Mayhem and do recommend them.
Have you been yet? 🙂
*Disclaimer*: This post is in collaboration with Medieval Mayhem. All views are my own and future entry costs will be paid by us for all visits to Medieval Mayhem.