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21 top indoor attractions in case the weather turns on us

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WE MAY have spent the past few days basking in a heatwave, but if the weather forecasters are right, rain is on the way.

So we decided to put together a list of some of our favourite indoor attractions for when spending time outdoors is off the table.


1. Newport Museum and Art Gallery

Newport Museum and Art Gallery is full of the city's history, culture and environment. Fun day out for all the family.

John Frost Square, Newport.

Tuesday to Friday 9.30am-5pm.

Saturday 9.30am-4pm.

Closed on Monday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.

Free admission.

2. Wacky Warehouse New Inn

With a main frame spanning three floors for wicked adventures, there's plenty to do, most of them great developmental activities for physical and social skill building, some just plain fun.

Chepstow Road, Langstone.

Open from midday daily, with holiday exceptions.

£3.75 per child.

3. Jump Adventure Trampoline Park

You can be a ninja warrior, and a dodge ball destroyer under one roof.

Maesglas Retail Estate, Newport.

Monday to Friday 11am–7pm.

Saturday 9am–7pm.

Sunday 10am–7pm.

Café closes one hour before last bounce.

Longer hours during the term break and Bank Holidays.

Various prices.

4. Superbowl UK Newport

Bowling, laser tag and a soft play area for the kids.

Top Floor, Friars Walk Shopping Centre, Newport

Monday to Friday 10am-midnight.

Saturday and Sunday 9am-midnight.

Adults: One game £7.80. Two games £12.50.

Juniors (Under 16): One game £6.80. Two games £10.50.

Concessions (disabled and senior citizens) (proof may be required): One game is £3.50, and £7 for two games.

Students (with a Valid Student ID) £7 for two games.

5. Little Oaks Play Village

A children centre for under the age of eight........

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