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Sharkys Fun Factory

Weymouth, Dorset

  • Sharkys Fun Factory
  • Sharkys Fun Factory
  • Sharkys Fun Factory

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7 Albany Road, Weymouth, DT4 9TH

Tel: 01305 777334

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Kids aged 3 - 12 years wil love the numerous indoor slides, crawl tubes, biff-bash and 4-lane cresta slide.

On the first floor you'll find the fantastic futuristic Quasar Laserzone for older children and adults.

Cafe and garden.

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