'Flip Out' super adventure park set to open in Aylesbury
Flip Out franchise say the new park will bring 75 jobs to the area.
The park feature the first glow in the dark ice rink in the country and a massive interactive assault course.
The venue is one of the first 'super-centres' to be launched by the franchise.
Facilities include a laser quest arena, a 10,000 sq.ft indoor interactive assault course, and interactive 5-aside football pitch, high tech bumper cars track, family crazy golf with upgraded cool tech features and a large soft play area for the toddlers and parents to relax with refreshments and snack from the cafe.
Richard Beese, the co-founder of Flip Out, said: "We want to create something really special here in Aylesbury that will be revolutionary for an adventure park - a Flip Out Super Centre, bursting at the sides with non-stop attractions to keep everyone entertained.
"We want to restore vibrancy and fun to the high street. This is the start of a new era of adventure parks for Flip Out that nobody in the world has ever seen, we can't wait for it to open!
" We will also be providing free parking for 90 minutes in the shopping centre for all Flip Out customers seven days a week when attending a session."
The new centre will be over 2 floors and will run classic Flip Out sessions including fully hosted birthday parties, late-night 'afterdark' discos, toddler soft play activities, and group sleepovers.
Around 25 full-time and 50 part-time roles will be created, with opening times being 10 am to 8 pm Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 9 pm Friday and Saturday and then 10 am to 7 pm on a Sunday. The park is expected to open its doors in November this year.
Flip Out cater for kids, teens and adults providing an array of activities, including battle beams, climbing walls, caving, laser tag, trampolines, and inflatables. They also have designated, themed, party rooms, bars and restaurant facilities from mums and dads who might prefer to put their feet up and watch. In addition, they run disability sessions where carers are allowed in for free.
The brand has been growing rapidly over the last 18 months and now have 25 sites in the UK with many more planned.
BHS closed its doors in 2016 and the site has been used as a charity shop among other things.