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A climbing center with a fun hall for the little ones, an adult section and a restaurant! Read on for practical tips on how to make the most out of it
Here’s a video to fully appreciate the fun hall 🙂
Flinhall is the name of the fun hall for kids 4-7 years old. It is simply awesome!! The room is not big, but for that age it is enough for them to enjoy. There are several different trails for kids, some are easier and some are more difficult. Make sure that your kid is dressed in comfortable clothes to enjoy it.
If you have kids younger than 4 years old, they are not allowed to climb, but there is a jumping castle in the fun hall that will keep them busy!
Even Jack and the bean stalk is there!
Here is the climbing wall with ropes for adults
There is also a bouldering room, where you climb without a rope and without a partner
There is also a restaurant with a nice terrasse, great for a sunny day. There are indoor and outdoor tables
*Open: Monday-Friday 11.00-23.00, Saturday-Sunday 17.00-21.00
*Cost: adults 12 EUR , kids <12 EUR 8.50
*You can reserve here (fun hall, restaurant, beginner, birthday parties)
*Fun hall for kids 4-7 years old: a parent must supervise at all times, reservation mandatory
*There is a restaurant with indoor and outdoor tables, best to reserve in advance
*You also need to reserve in advance if you are a beginner climber
*They also organize parties for kids >6 years old
*Stroller friendly, wheelchair friendly (the access to the different areas and the restaurant, not the activity itself)
*Parking: free parking right at the entrance
About 25 minutes drive from Schuman, Brussels (or about an hour by public transport)
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