Wobble World was a wonderfully bouncy indoor play zone for the youngest members of the family. Even the most every day items became fun in this amazing, bouncy, larger than life playground!

Fact File

  • Location: Cloud Cuckoo Land
  • Opening Year: 2009 (28th March)
  • Closing Year: 2015 (8th November)

Whether it was bouncing past road signs or through the countryside, there was a variety of things to entertain the children while mum and dad could relax in the Wobble World Café.

There was something for youngsters of all ages, with Wobble World divided into two separate areas; the Big Wobble for bigger kids between 0.9 metres and 1.2 metres and the Little Wobble for those below 0.9 metres.

The site on which Wobble World stands was originally part of Talbot Street and was home to the Motor Museum. 1993 saw Children’s World replace the Motor Museum as Talbot Street closed and became The Land of Make Believe.

As The Land of Make Believe gave way to the first phase Cred Street, Children’s World was transformed into the Indoor Play Area. The 2000 season saw the Indoor Play Area rethemed to Barney’s Playground, before Barney and Friends went on to be replaced by The Tweenies in 2003.

The Tweenies Playground housed 3 different attractions; Giggles and Wriggles for children below 0.9 metres, The Tweenies Playground itself for children between 0.9 metres and 1.2 metres, and The Boing Zone for children between 1.2 metres and 1.5 metres.

At the end of the 2005 season, The Tweenies left and the attraction was then rebranded the Cred Street Playground, with the activities housed inside remaining practically unchanged. In 2009, the playground became Wobble World with the redevelopment of Cred Street into Cloud Cuckoo Land.

Wobble World remained closed for the entirety of the 2016 season as part of the Resort’s Towers Loving Care programme. However, during the season’s Scarefest event, the area that formerly housed Wobble World was used as the location for the family scare maze, House of Monsters, raising questions over whether Wobble World would ever return to the park.