Tired of being stuck inside with the kids? Looking for a new indoor play area on those windy days? Formally The PlayStation, the reimagined and much improved Freedom Adventure Park and Pizzeria is a wonderfully stimulating and exciting new family destination in Tokai.
I’m sure like most parents, the first question we ask in the “new normal”, is what are the Covid protocols? The Freedom Cafe is well equipped with temperature checks, hand sanitizing on arrival plus hand sanitizing during sessions. It feels clean and safe and due to the online booking system, it does not get overcrowded. It’s best not to turn up spontaneously at weekends as you might be turned away if the venue has reached its social distancing capacity.
The park is well designed with seating in the middle and all the fun activities structured around and above the seating/dining area. This enables parents to see their children at all times. There are also a few private work pods with lovely mountain views for parents wanting to catch up on some work whilst their kids play.
Freedom adventure park caters for children aged 2 to 12. There is a 50m Hi-line indoor rope course, multiple climbing walls, customised trampoline dodgeball area, high dive foam pit and nerf wars (on selected days).
Custom-made playpods like the upside down house is great for encouraging imaginative play and the ice hockey table will be great fun for older kids.
Freedom Cafe has a wood fired pizza oven and plenty of snacks to keep the kids full of energy! The cafe serves breakfast, lunch as well as dinner.
|Children under 1||FREE|
|Children 1 to 2 Years old||R45 per hr.|
|1st hour – children 3 & over||R100|
|2nd hour – children 3 & over||R85|
|Freedom Jump Socks (Locally Manufactured Jump Socks)||R30 per pair|
We enjoyed the Freedom Park immensely and can wholeheartedly recommend it. There is a sense of family here, so gather yours up and make it your next day out. For more information and to make a booking, please visit their website: