Peterborough adventure park bounces back post-refurb


Flip Out Adventure Park also based in Aylesbury reopens in Peterborough

Flip Out, the UK's biggest adventure park franchise, based in Peterborough, reopened earlier this month after being closed during the pandemic. 
The park is now complete with brand-new inflatable drop slides, a massive Ninja Tag obstacle course, a state-of-the-art virtual reality zone and an arena featuring stunt boxes, plus a special area for under-seven-year-olds. 
The refurbishment took three months to complete but the park in Wedgwood Way is now up and running again and open for visitors. 
The park caters for families, parties and special events and is open seven days a week. 
Director Matthew Melling said: “We are delighted to be back open ready for the summer holidays. 
“Our adventure park is unrecognisable from before - we have invested in a lot of new equipment and we have a series of challenging activities and fun ready for all ages.

"We have invested a huge amount of money into the first of its kind in Flip Out with one of the biggest VR games arenas in the UK and this includes alien space flights, supersonic motorbiking, jet pack flying and more. 
“I really suggest booking tickets in advance as demand has been unprecedented with days being sold out far in advance. We firmly believe this is one of the UK's best family entertainment centers and it's right in the heart of Peterborough."
There is also a special discount of 20% for NHS workers, members of the armed forces and scouts on the production of ID. 
Tickets can be booked here.