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This May we visited Ninja Warrior Chatham for the first time – the kids were desperate to go so we took them and one of Finn’s friends for his birthday treat! They loved it!
What’s there for the kids to do?
Ninja Warrior is child heaven – it’s basically a giant warehouse filled with a huge inflatable obstacle course, and there’s also a ninja assault course which reminded me of the gladiator show that used to be on TV!
What age group is it suitable for?
Ninja Warrior is suitable for children aged 5 and above, under 8s should be accompanied. On the assault course next to the inflatable, there were some bits my two (aged 10 and 12) struggled with, so that’s definitely not for the younger ones. But, it’s a great place for the kids to left off steam, and good fun for teens and adults too!
My two and their friend were exhausted and super sweaty by the time they were finished – but they really loved it and it’s a great way to wear the kids out! They happily went straight to bed when we got home! 😂
Is it good value for money? (And money saving tips!)
Here are the current prices for 2023:
1 hr peak entry: £13.95
2 hr peak entry: £18.95
However if you visit before 4pm on weekdays, or book their off-peak Sunday 5-7pm bounce (which is what we did), you can get a two hour session for just £13.95. We thought that this was good value for money and, though there were quite a lot of people there, it’s such a big place that it didn’t feel busy.
There are also other offers that you could take advantage of to get a bit more bang for your buck…
What facilities are there?
Ninja Warrior Chatham has all the usual things that you’d expect – a cafe, a viewing area to watch the kids, toilets and free parking. The food in the cafe is your standard junk food and, though we didn’t try it, it was reasonably priced. The slushies were handy for the kids who were melting with sweat!!
The staff at Ninja Warrior were all helpful and friendly, and they’re dotted around the venue to keep an eye on everything and help the kids if need be.
There are 18 Ninja Warrior attractions across the UK – they may vary slightly in what they offer inside, and prices may be different too. So, make sure you check their main website for the info you’ll need for your local adventure park: https://ninjawarrioruk.co.uk/locations/
This particular location in Chatham is right next to a shopping area and Chatham Dockyard, so it’s easy to make a day of it if you’re travelling from elsewhere to visit. And, all that’s left to say is don’t forget your Ninja socks – and bring some comfy trainers as you’ll need them for the assault course!
For up-to-date opening times and prices, please check their website: Ninja Warrior Chatham.