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Happy Days Lisburn

Unit 3B, 45 Moira Road, Lisburn, Co Antrim, BT28 1RH
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We are based inside The Journey Church, we operate as a not-for-profit venture running a soft play facility, and the cafe.

Inside, we have separate zones to allow for distinction between the cafe and the play frame. Kids can play on the large frame, while little ones can make use of the toddler zone. 

Come on down to see how our friendly space can work for you, we’re open Tuesday - Saturday 9:30am-5pm (play sessions last 90min).

Let your young ones burn off some steam on the frame, while you sit and recharge with a cup of coffee. We have plenty of soft seating, highchairs and footstools for you to relax while supervising. We also have chairs and tables for you to sit and grab a panini or lunch from the cafe. 

No need to prebook, just play on the day!

under 1 - free
1-3 year olds - £4
4+ - £5.50

our playframe is for 10 and under with a max height of 5ft 0” and we have a toddler zone for all little ones. all play sessions last 90 minutes.

happy days rules of play:

No photography or video without permission

No Jewellery/badges/hair clips etc on frame

No food or drink is allowed on the frame

Leave all personal items/belongings with a parent/guardian outside the play area

Remove shoes before entering

Arms/legs should be covered at all times

Happy Days accepts no liability for damages, losses or theft. 

now available… parties & private hire click here to find out more



  • Restaurant on Premises - Cafe on site

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's Parties
  • Children's play area
  • Facilities for children

Establishment Features

  • Family Fun
  • Gift vouchers

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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