£5 Million Indoor Centre expands offering at Adventure Island

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Adventure Island has launched an indoor version of itself – Adventure Inside – so come rain or shine there’s even more fun to be had on Southend seafront.

Adventure Inside features a wealth of exciting new rides, games, food outlets and entertainment – on two storeys. Launched in time for the Easter holidays, the distinctive, curved centre has five new rides – including a Pirate Plunge, Smiles Per Galleon, a traditional ‘galloper’ Carousel and Bounce Spin.

 

Adventure Inside also offers a superb new soft-play area, featuring a ‘Play Stack’ and ‘Play Pod’ for toddlers and children, plus a variety of state of the art video games – including a licensed Star Wars experience – operated by Adventure Island’s great value swipe cards.

Naturally, all this fun and adventure works up a real thirst and appetite, so it’s rather handy that little Adventurers can take their pick of a wide range of delicious meals and snacks from any one of the park’s nearby catering points, including Adventure Island’s ground-breaking Feelgood’s Pizza Pasta Play restaurant, milkshake bar and games arcade – which is linked to Adventure Inside via a tunnel.

 

The development opened this month at a cost of £5million, with the new family entertainment centre complex creating 100 new local jobs.

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About: Adam James Whittaker

Adam James Whittaker is an aspiring marketer, who has worked in the theme park industry for a number of years. He believes in the preservation of amusement heritage and using marketing effectively to promote new attractions and investments.

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