High Rise soft play Lisburn is perfect for keeping the little ones entertained and burning off some energy!

High Rise features a bright and colourful, three storey soft play area within our fabulous multi-activity centre in Lisburn, suitable for children up to age 8 (130 cm) with a small area for babies and toddlers (up to age 2).

We have just opened a newly extended toddler soft play area – for little ones aged 3 and under to explore. The expanded soft play area at High Rise Lisburn features new soft play equipment including a mini slide, crawl and play tunnel and caterpillar rocker as well as a number of ride on vehicles.

There’s lots of seating nearby for parents and carers to keep an eye on their little ones playing while relaxing over a cup of coffee or a bite to eat from the High Rise café.

Toddler mornings at High Rise soft play Lisburn take place on a Thursday and Friday during term-time with free juice and biscuits for the little ones (admission by 12 noon).

We strongly recommend guests to pre-book High Rise soft play Lisburn, prior to visiting as it speeds up check in and arrival – we know excited little visitors can’t wait to get straight into soft play!

Key features

  • Suitable up to age 8
  • Open from 9.30am Thursday to Sunday
  • Free juice and biscuits during toddler mornings (Thursdays and Fridays during term-time)
  • Lots to do including double lane slide, rope bridge and lookout dome
  • Perfect for families, school groups, youth organisations!
  • Regular autism friendly sessions

Toddler area

The toddler soft play area at High Rise Lisburn is perfect for little explorers (3 and under)

Suitable for babies

High Rise soft play Lisburn has a small baby area suitable for our youngest guests (under 2)

Soft play prices

Standard prices

  • All children (0-8 years old): £5
  • Babies (less than 12 months) £2

Toddler mornings

Toddler mornings in High Rise soft play Lisburn are on Thursdays and Fridays during term-time (applies to all entries up until 12 noon).

  • All children (0-8 years old): £4
  • Babies (less than 12 months) £2

Includes juice and biscuits

Autism tailored soft play

Every Sunday morning, during term-time, High Rise goes quiet for our autism tailored soft play session at 10am.  Additional autism friendly sessions take place during school holidays. These sessions are specifically designed for those with autism, and their siblings up to age 12 and should be pre-booked. Find out more about how these sessions work by clicking on the link below.

Additional autism sessions during summer – 10am on the following dates (in addition to Sunday sessions)

  • Thursday 4 July
  • Thursday 18 July
  • Thursday 1 August

High Rise has attained the prestigious Autism NI Impact Award in recognition of the ways in which the centre supports autistic guests and has created an ‘autism accessible environment’.

Soft play video

Here’s how much fun you could be having when you visit High Rise soft play Lisburn!

Know before you go

Our full Terms and Conditions are available here, but please initially read 1-5 below. Use of the facilities at High Rise indicates your acceptance of these.

1.Unfortunately, balloons are not permitted in High Rise as there is a risk that they could get tangled in the climbing lines and create a safety risk for climbers.

2.Only guests who have booked a High Rise birthday party package (minimum participants 8 on a term-time weekday and 10 at all other times) may bring a birthday cake.

3.Clip ‘n Climb sessions last for 90 minutes:

  • 30 minutes pre-climbing safety briefing and harness fitting
  • 55 minutes climbing
  • 5 minutes to de-harness and leave the arena

The minimum age to take part in Clip ‘n Climb is 4 years and the minimum weight is 1.5 stones / 10kg – this is to allow the auto-belay system to function safely.  The maximum weight limit is 22 stones /150kg and there is no maximum age limit, as long as the participant is in good health.

Minimum height for Vertical Drop Slide and Leap of Faith is 4ft/120cm.

Everyone participating in Clip ‘n Climb must attend the full pre-climbing safety briefing each time they visit. It is your responsibility to ensure you arrive in time for your briefing, which will be at the time you have booked for. Safety briefings start promptly, and late arrivals will not be allowed to join. You may be able to join the next briefing if spaces are available, but your climbing time will be reduced to 30 minutes.  We must adhere to strict staff/climber ratios and more often than not this means we cannot deviate from our schedule of bookings at all.  Punctuality by guests is therefore vitally important.

4.All those climbing or wishing to enter the Clip ‘n Climb arena must wear suitable clothing and footwear:

  • Closed toe footwear is required – no sandals or crocs
  • No long heals or large hiking boots
  • Dresses, skirts or loose clothing are not permitted
  • Long hair should be tied back
  • All jewellery should be removed and pockets should be emptied of loose items such as mobile phones, keys, coins etc.
  • Refunds will not be offered if you are unable to climb due to inappropriate clothing, footwear etc. This list of unsuitable clothing, footwear etc is not exhaustive – please ask for more information before booking if you have any doubts or questions.

5.Full payment is required to book a birthday party and no refunds will be given for reduction in numbers for any reason. Party bookings cannot be rescheduled. Unused credit from pre-paid parties cannot be transferred and used towards additional activities or purchases on the day.  As a Social Enterprise funding a Registered Charity, we have to strictly apply these terms to safeguard our revenue which funds a variety of Social Impact projects.

6.If the number of guests increases after booking, we may not be able to accommodate this, especially for Clip ‘n Climb where the number of climbers per session is strictly limited. If you do have an increase in numbers, please let us know as soon as possible, and we will do our best to accommodate this, but sessions do fill up in advance with other guests and we cannot exceed our maximum number of participants.

We want everyone to enjoy their visit to High Rise and have attempted to create an environment that is as safe as possible. However, the very nature of children’s play activity means that accidents can occasionally happen.  We cannot therefore accept responsibility for injury or damage to children or their clothing whilst using the soft play equipment. Parent/carer supervision is essential.