Lemur Landings

Kid on illuminated climbing wall


Multi award-winning children’s entertainment centre, Lemur Landings is one of the biggest and best play centres in Dorset. We’re passionate about play and children being able to be active in a safe, fun and stimulating environment, so come and explore, leap, run, climb and play the day away!

Lemur Landings has a massive traditional multi-level, huge playframe with tunnels to crawl through, biff bags to negotiate, bridges to cross and slides to… well yes, slide. Imagination knows no bounds in the role play village; there’s a dedicated play frame for younger children, baby room, and exciting interactive climbing zone – the kids will love it. Our ball pit has been removed and replaced with a brand new spiral slide.

You can relax with a coffee in the Treetops Café, but don’t let the kids have all the fun, ask to join in on the DigiWall or maybe a race up the climbing wall. The kids can even make their very own furry pal in the Ted Shed (additional charge applies). 

Lemur Landings is open every day with the exception of Christmas/Boxing day with opening hours varying dependant on weekday/weekend visits. Visit lemurlandings.co.uk or call 01202 740500 for more information on opening hours and play session timings. Free Parking is available on Tower Park.

Pre booking online is essential, no walk up admissions will be accepted. 

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Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
12 months - 23 months£8.00 per ticket
1st Adult£4.00 per ticket
2 - 3 years£10.50 per ticket
4 - 11 years£12.00 per ticket
Under 1s with parent£4.00 per ticket

Opening Times

Opening Times (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
Monday - Friday10:30 - 18:00*
Saturday - Sunday09:00 - 18:00*

* Please check online, sessions times apply and timings vary dependant on term time weekday/weekend and Dorset school holidays.

Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change


  • Lemur Landings Children's Entertainment Centre
Tower Park
BH12 4NY
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Tel01202 740500


Map & Directions

Road Directions

Tower Park provides free car parking day and night with 24 hour CCTV in operation. Tower Park is 3 miles north-east of Poole on the A3049. Follow the directions to Poole from all approaches. Once you get to Poole, follow the brown tourist information signs for Tower Park.

Public Transport Directions

By Bus

From Poole Bus Station, Oakdale, and Canford Heath catch service 6 direct to Tower Park. The 6 runs every half hour in the daytime on Mondays to Saturdays and hourly on evenings and Sundays. From Christchurch, Southbourne, Boscombe, Bournemouth, Westbourne, Branksome, Bourne Estate, Alderney, Newtown and Oakdale, service 159 calls at Tower Park after 1900h Monday to Saturday, and all day on Sunday.Bargain day and group tickets are available. Click here for more information. For bus times please ring Travel line on 0870 608 2608 or visit the journey planner website.

By Train

The nearest train station is Poole where you can get a bus from the nearby Poole Bus Station.

By Bike

There are ample cycle racks located outside Gala Bingo. Motorcycles can park for free in car spaces.



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