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Children’s Play Village, Warwick

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A role play village designed to send your child's imagination through the roof!

Around 40 minutes drive from the centre of Birmingham is a new attraction that will send your child’s imagination into overdrive!

The Children’s Play Village in Warwick is a role play village that will most appeal to children aged 3 and over who simply love to use their imagination during play.

They can shop at the supermarket, be a firefighter or a doctor, have a tea party and even put on a tool belt and hard hat in the construction zone! It’s definitely worth a visit for parents of pre-schoolers and primary school aged children who love to explore through role play.

The Play Village (Image: The Children’s Play Village Facebook page)


What’s in the Play Village?

The Play Village itself has different areas, shops and businesses for children to explore, which are listed below:
Lotty’s Tea Room – perfect for children who love to have tea parties and afternoon teas!
Orly’s Hair and Beauty Salon – wear a hairdresser’s outfit and practice some beauty and styling!
Post Office – sort the mail and deliver letters and parcels!
Theatre – try on outfits, practice performing with musical instruments and take to the stage! A fantastic spot for the little drama fan in your family!
Supermarket – Pick up all your groceries for tea!
Village Hall – the Construction Site. Children will have the opportunity to help repair the village hall wearing hard hats and tool belts. Cut wood at the workbench, have a go at brickwork and get messy with the cement mixer.
Village School – the Play Village is always on the lookout for substitute teachers – can your little one stand in and take over?
Village Vets – help sick animals get better at the Village Vets.
Emergency Room – learn what it’s like to tend to emergency room patients,
Fire Station – Little firefighters will need to be fast to get into their fire suits and get to the scene.

The Play Village (Image: The Children’s Play Village Facebook page)


Babies, crawlers and children under 3 years

There is a separate section in the Play Village for babies and crawlers to play safely, while steady and confident walkers under the age of 3 years will love wandering through the village and exploring, although parents must provide close supervision at all times.

The Play Village (Image: The Children’s Play Village Facebook page)


Play Sessions

The Children’s Play Village offers three play sessions on a daily basis. The play sessions run for 2.5 hours and bookings are highly recommended. During these sessions, children will be kept busy playing in the village, singing songs and exploring all the different areas and things to do. A staff member will introduce a village character and initiate an activity that children can join in on if they wish, otherwise free play is more than ok! After each play session the village and Village Bistro are closed and cleaned for the next session, meaning it remains a clean and hygienic space for fun. If you wish to have a bite to eat from the Village Bistro during the play session, it is best to order food during the session, as food ordering ends 45 minutes before the end of each session. You can view the menu here.

The Play Village (Image: The Children’s Play Village Facebook page)


Facilities for babies

The Children’s Play Village has various facilities for parents with babies, including baby change areas, bottle and food warming and high chairs.

Children’s Birthday Parties

The Children’s Play Village is the ultimate birthday party spot for children who love exploring their imagination with friends. Parties start from £11.95 per child and can accommodate up to 60 children. There are different party packages available and all parties include a dedicated host.

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