Suitable for 4 years and above
Open today from 0200 until 0600
Come and experience the action-packed climbing in Milton Keynes at Climb Quest. Climb Quest Milton Keynes is suitable for everyone from 4 years upwards and is the ultimate fun and healthy activity for you to enjoy with your friends and family. An ideal venue for entertaining too, Climb Quest will play host to all types of corporate events from networking to team building, as well as being the top place for birthday parties in Milton Keynes.
Advance booking is essential, so to experience Milton Keynes ‘must do’ attraction, book your place today.
CHALLENGE, EXCITEMENT, CONFIDENCE, ACHIEVEMENT
Test your resolve and determination across our amazing climbing challenges that will keep everyone from little ones to experienced climbers engaged – climb commando style on the Jungle Gym, reach new heights on the Skyscraper, take the Speed Climbing challenge, light up the board on the Checkerplate, race your friends up Face to Face, plus many more. For the daring, sign up to experience our two Extreme Challenges, Stairway to Heaven and the Vertical Drop Slide.
THE EASY AND SAFE WAY TO TRY CLIMBING
No climbing experience is necessary and full training is given, with a 30-minute induction as part of your fun-packed 90-minute session. Full equipment is provided. Indoor climbing has never been easier or safer. Our automatic belay devices take in the slack as you climb and then lower you gently to the ground.
As well as our general climbing sessions, we also hold
· Birthday parties
· Little Rockers climbing for 2-4 year olds
· Autism-friendly and SEND sessions
· Home Education sessions
· Rock Stars, our after-school club
· Corporate events
· Fundraising events
· Special sessions for schools and youth groups
· Climb Fit
Age suitability of each venue
General climbing is for climbers 4yrs+
Little Rockers is for 2-4 year olds, over 12kgs
Check out our events page for up to date dates.
- Indoor activities
Address: Winchester Circle, Kingston, Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom, MK10 0BA
Get in touch
- Monday 0200 - 0600
- Tuesday 0200 - 0600
- Wednesday 0200 - 0800
- Thursday 0100 - 0800
- Friday 0100 - 0830
- Saturday 0900 - 0730
- Sunday 0900 - 0630
- Adult £18.50
- Child £14.50
- Infant £10.00
USE CODE 'WIKICLIMB' FOR 10% OFF WEEKEND AND HALF TERM TICKETS AND ALL LITTLE ROCKERS TICKETS
Climbing tickets (4yrs-16yrs, students, adult discount rate)*
Climbing tickets (17yrs+) (10% off with code - WIKICLIMB)
Autism-friendly and SEND session
Home Education session
Vertical Drop Slide (Per Go)
Stairway To Heaven (Per Go)
Students and adult discounts (Student ID, Blue Light card holders, or who work for the Emergency Services, Armed Forces or NHS. Please show your ID card to receive the discount)
- Available for kids parties
- Good food for parents
- Double pram friendly
- Suitable for twins/multiples
- Pram/Wheelchair accessible
- Has a childrens menu
- Baby changing available
There are 4 reviews for "Climb Quest"
Recommended by WIKI MAMA with children ages 7 and 5 on Mon Jun 28 2021
We visited on Saturday and had SUCH a great time!! As a bit of an entry level to climbing, it’s an awesome activity for the family or for a group of children or teens! It can be quite challenging and requires some strength but you only have to push yourself as hard as you want to and the climbs vary in difficulty. (I’d say it’s ideal for 4-12 year olds) Jacob and I are a bit competitive as you can see 🙄 so we loved racing up the face to face wall, and trying to out do each other on the vertical drop slide and stairway to heaven!! He’s completely fearless so basically is like a rat up a drain pipe and is about as heavy as my right hand so finds holding his own body weight easy! I on the other hand…. Sweaty palms, every muscle shaking and weird facial expressions. And once again performing some amazing Bridget Jones moves (see the horrific butt camera angles here 🤦🏻♀️) - but I won’t be beaten without a fight 🤣🤣🤣🤣 Tilda is five and really loves climbing too, although this time was a little more nervous than before, but by the end she had given everything a go and had a great time. The hardest bit for everyone is having the courage to let go and bounce down the wall the first time. It’s a brilliant place to visit, the staff are just great, super friendly and helpful and always on hand. You need sensible clothes and footwear, and no hoodies or jewellery. Climb Quest is an ideal indoor option for wet days or to escape the summer heat, and the venue itself felt spacious with only us and one other family climbing. They do have capacity for more but procedures mean they have limited the numbers which allows for distance without really trying. The staff also encourage you to sanitise between climbs. We found that it wasn’t very busy on Saturday morning so I highly recommend booking as they still have space and will take walk-ins on the day - but I recommend ringing or booking to avoid disappointment. Plus they have Little Rockers sessions for under fours during the week which I can’t wait to try soon with Lily!
Recommended by Theresa Ho with children age 6 on Mon Jul 27 2020
We went back today after the centre reopened after lockdown. Clear markings at the entrance for social distancing, hand sanitiser at the entrance, at the tills and around the centre. One way systems in place and reduced session capacity to ensure we were kept as safe as possible. They go up and down and clean the walls frequently and there is sanitiser which they advise to use after every wall. We are very happy to be able to enjoy climbing here again and were confident in their safety procedures.
Recommended by The Wiki Mama with children ages 6 and 4 on Sat Mar 14 2020
#gifted!!!! Like Rats up a drainpipe, we absolutely LOVED our visit on Sunday! Its only been open a couple of months so everything is shiny and brand new, including the staff who were all brilliant! The equipment is Clip n Climb so if you’ve been before you’ll be very familiar with the awesome climbing wall challenges, the hugely scary (for me) stairway to heaven and the strength testing Vertical drop slide! Both of mine absolutely love climbing so were in their element and have no fear bombing it to the top and bouncing off the walls (literally) back to the the ground. I’m a bit more tentative and totally crap myself on the way back down. 🤣 ...and although quicker than last time I did it the stairway to heaven is still a total jelly leg shocker! Take a look at me hauling my fat bum up to the top pole and then hauling it off like a hippo! Our visit was great, just the right number of people climbing, no waiting around and the ability to self serve so you don’t need the staff to get clipped in. This meant we spent so much time actually climbing that the hour long session was plenty long enough for our little (and old jelly) legs. Unlike some of the bigger centres there is nowhere for the little ones to play which was a little tricky for Mr Wiki who had to entertain Lily for nearly 2 hours but they have a little cafe serving drinks, cakes, snacks and hot dinners and a large viewing mezzanine where they also host kids parties. It was a great afternoon activity and not a bad cost at £13 per child. As a family activity I’d say it can get a little pricey for the time length at £18 for 17yrs up, but it’s a brilliant work out, something totally different, a great way to have fun with the kids and an awesome rainy day activity. And unlike most places in MK the parking is free!! Bonus! They also have Little Rockers classes for 2-4 year olds, SEND sessions and daily after school clubs at £10 per session. (They’re located in the old Giraffe building at Kingston, MK) 👍🏻👍🏻
Recommended by Theresa Ho with children age 5 on Thu Mar 12 2020
This clip and climb centre has been open for a month and we have visited 3 times. Twice just the children climbed, once adults joined in too. Each time the staff have been really friendly and helpful and there are plenty of them to help out younger ones to clip in and out. It is a bit busier at weekends but still reasonably size groups to not have to wait around too long if there's a particular wall you want to climb. The session is 1.5 hours (30 min safety and prep). We have found that in quieter times you can get quite a bit of extra climbing time as there is no need to wait for a whole group to have their harnesses put on after the safety video. The kids love it and there is a lot of variety of skill levels that kept 4, 5, and 7 years olds busy and the staff really encouraged them and climbed alongside them on the next wall when it was quieter too. Plenty of parking is available too! They offer toddler session, Home Education sessions, SEN sessions and more too.