Children can explore and bounce on a range of specially created inflatables including a Jump ‘n’ Slide, Helter Skelter, Mountain Climb, Candy Twist Disco Dome, Bootcamp Challenge, Last Kid Standing, and an Ocean Playzone, suitable for children under three.
Stuart Ballard, education manager at Magna, said: “We’re really excited to open Magna Mayhem for the second time this year. When we launched the new adventure zone in the summer, it proved to be a huge success with families across the region. We’ve got a few additional surprises lined up this time which I’m sure will build up the excitement.”
Sessions for Magna Mayhem will take place at 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:00pm from Wednesday 1 to Sunday 5 November. A dedicated autism-friendly session will also be available at Magna Mayhem on Wednesday 1 and Saturday 4 November at 3pm, as well as a teenager’s only ‘Mega Mayhem’ on Friday 3 November at 3pm, and a ‘Mini Mayhem’ for children under five on Sunday 5 November at 10am.
Throughout the half-term there will also be regular steel tours and forge demonstrations, where visitors can see a blacksmith at work and learn how steel is made.
Stuart said: “Whether it’s bouncing around on Magna Mayhem or learning more about the history and heritage of the steelworks, there are always plenty of things to do to keep the whole family entertained.”
Advance tickets for Magna Mayhem are £9.95 for children aged between four and 15, and £4.95 for children aged two to three. Walk in tickets cost £11.95 / £5.95. Accompanying adults and children under two are free.