The leisure destination contains the largest Ninja Course in the UK and lets people of all ages practice the art of the ninja by taking on a series of courses designed for different levels of fitness and agility. The centre also boasts the UK’s first free-roaming wireless virtual reality experience.
The exciting 20,000 sq ft attraction, which is creating 20 jobs, located off Mercer Street near the city centre, contains two adult courses which are the largest in the UK, along with two courses aimed at younger children and a high ropes course to take your ninja skills to the air.
Samir Patel, the director of Ninja Adventure, said:
“If you’ve ever watched the Ninja Warrior TV show and thought ‘I could do that’ this is your chance to prove yourself on the UK’s largest courses.
“Ninja Adventure will test your strength, balance, stamina and speed and is a great way for adults and children to improve their fitness while competing against friends and family.
“Also in the centre we have ‘Snookball’, a large-scale snooker experience for all ages with football-sized balls which you kick into place, and a huge Virtual Reality Arcade called Multiverse featuring ten action-packed experiences across three separate VR zones.”
Ninja Adventure is open 10am-8pm, seven days a week, with sessions available to book online now, priced £10 per person, per course.
The venue also has an on-site café serving hot and cold refreshments and can cater for children’s parties and host corporate events with a difference.
Mayor of Preston, Councillor Brian Rollo will officially open Ninja Adventure on Saturday, March 24 at 9.30am.
The first 250 customers on opening day will benefit from a 25% discount on ticket prices.
Visit www.ninjaadventure.co.uk for information and bookings or follow on Facebook: @ninjaadventurepreston. To learn more about the Virtual Reality Zone visit: www.multiversevr.co.uk
"If you've ever watched the Ninja Warrior TV show and thought I could do that this is your chance to prove yourself on the UK's largest courses."
Samir Patel, director of Ninja Adventure
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