Gravity Active Entertainment’s new £3.2m Northampton activity centre has opened its doors, despite facing delays to completion caused by Storm Ciara.
The 30,000 sq ft, two-storey centre was forced to open two days later than planned due to access issues, however the Sol Central venue is now ready to welcome guests.
“It’s the best one we’ve done up to this point,” Gravity UK co-founder Michael Harrison told the Northampton Chronicle.
“We’ve got lots of new attractions in Northampton that aren’t at any other centres, like the climbing wall and ball pit with a billion balls.”
The top floor of the new venue features Gravity’s trademark trampolines alongside the ball pit, climbing wall, football pitch and cafe, with the lower floor – which includes mini-golf, bowling and darts – predicted to open this March.
The Northampton site is the company’s twelfth UK venue, with further opening planned across the country within the next few years.
“It will be nice to see people down there, even if they’re not ready to have a bounce, they can come and have a chat with us,” added Harrison. “We have loads of really popular birthday party offerings too so come down and check it out for yourself.”