Eddie Catz is a new children's edutainment centre designed as an indoor play space for children 6 months to 8 years. It combines a fun and enriching experience for children whilst offering parents some respite in the form of a grown-up space to chill out, read the newspaper, surf the net or have a meal. Eddie Catz has a themed climbing frame, a soft play area for toddlers, age-appropriate games of entertainment and learning, kiddie rides, internet access for all ages, yoga, music, drama, baby massage and baby signing courses and child friendly food in the onsite café.
Prices and Opening Times
|Child Ticket||Up to £6.50 per ticket|
|Adult Ticket||Up to £1.00 per ticket|
Monday - Saturday: 09:30 - 18:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 18:00
Closed: Christmas Period
£1 For 1 adult, the other goes free. Children younger than 18 months go free. Prices and times can be subject to change.
Venue Details & Map
68-70 High Street PutneyLondonSW15 1SF
- 0845 2011268
- Public transport:
- Putney Bridge or East Putney station
Top 5 reviews of Eddie Catz
Pretty good range of climb/play equipment. The place was clean, although it does feel rather "industrial" (it is a warehouse after all). Entrance price a bit more expensive than the most obvious local alternative, and I'm not sure it's justified in my opinion. It's good for a change though. more
It was ok but in comparison to some of the other soft-play places I've been, it's small and a bit boring. For the price, you'd expect a lot more. The girls toilets were unpleasant. It was just a disabled toilet, but on the occasion I happened to need it, there was a potty sat on top of the toilet, stuffed full of dirty tissues, and there was human excrement all over the floor near the toilet.... more
My children love this place. There are so many things to do - there's a climbing frame, a soft play area, arcade games, and even a little library. It's good value for money, especially as you can get a loyalty card so every 10th visit is free. I like the fact that there's no fried food, just salads and healthy snacks for the kids. Oh and the carrot cake is to die for! Staff are incredibly... more
Entrance based on height rather than age, which is strange. Nice staff, but £6.50 for one adult one child? Better to go to Bonkers in Swindon which is half the price and inside a garden centre/craft village so you can do other stuff while there. more
Entrance fee is a bit steep, especially considering that a lot of the ride-on toys inside are for-pay and you're not allowed to bring food or drinks as they have a café and want you to buy everything from them. Prices for food and drink are quite reasonable though, so that's okay.
They have a small climbing area (soft play) in the back which I wish was bigger because it's the best part of the... more