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AD – Gifted Tickets // Review – Rush UK, High Wycombe

Thank you to Rush UK, High Wycombe for inviting us down to come and have a go on the trampolines and also the soft play, we had a lovely morning playing.

What we got up to during our visit

First of all we went to the toddler session (for children 4 and under) on the trampolines which was between 9am – 10.30am, the session was great as there was loads to do and it wasn’t too busy and all the children were supervised by an adult. Before the session started we signed a waiver (you can read and sign this on their website before attending), were given ‘trampolining’ socks and a safety briefing. We had full access to the park (although the High Performance Area, the Rush Wipeout and Adrenaline Rush Assault Course weren’t in ‘play’ due to the height restrictions). But we did plenty of bouncing, jumping into foam pits and climbing! The session after ours however certainly filled up, but it was an INSET day so this was to be expected.

We then headed to Ruby and Reds soft play which had its own private seating area and food and drink could be ordered as was brought to you from the cafe upstairs. The soft play was space themed and felt clean, it is suitable for babies up to 10 years old. Our baby loved just sitting in the ball pit with me playing whilst our eldest was off on a soft play discovery mission which was all enclosed and separate from the rest of the park. There was also a separate baby area away from the main soft play in the cafe area.

What didn’t we have time to explore?

There is a cafe upstairs overlooking the trampoline park and also an ice cream parlour on the ground floor. In the entrance area there are also some arcade style games if they appeal. You can’t get buggies up to the cafe as there is no lift but we were welcome to sit with the buggy in the soft play seating area.

How much does it cost to go? There are lots of different price options but to give you an idea a weekday Toddler Time 60 Minute Jump + Soft Play Access (includes accompanying adult for jump) costs £13.50 per toddler.

For the full price list please click here.

Other useful information about Rush, High Wycombe

The trampolines are great fun for adults as well as children and we found it a great family trip.

If you don’t have trampolining socks you will need them for the trampoline park, if you don’t have them you can purchase them for £2.25 a pair from the reception desk and can of course use them again for future visits.

For the older children there is ‘Rush After Dark’ on Saturdays nights which have UV lights and DJ’s – this sound a lot of fun.

The foam pits are harder to get out of than you think!

You can also use the lockers free of charge which is really useful, you just simply put in a pin code.

There is a good amount of parking directly outside the trampoline park.

The address is Lexmark House, Coronation Road Cressex Business Park High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP12 3TA and here are the opening times.

Will we be visiting again?

Rush, High Wycombe was a great morning out and it will certainly be on our family friendly list of activities to do again in the future. It was clean and well organised which is always a bonus.

*AD – Berkshire Mummies was gifted tickets for Trampolining and Soft Play at Rush UK. Views are honest and those of Berkshire Mummies. Click here to view Berkshire Mummies the disclaimer.*

By Berkshire Mummies

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