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Child Planet Colosseum

Child Planet Colosseum Photo: Child Planet Child Planet Colosseum Photo: Child Planet
Child Planet Colosseum Photo: Child Planet
Child Planet Colosseum Photo: Child Planet

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Child Planet Colosseum is an indoor playground for children with a ball pool, slides, climbing structures, jumping castles and more. The place has soft walls and padded walls.

This is a place where the children can jump, climb, slide and really use and improve their motoric skills!

Child Planet Colosseum is closed during summer 2014.

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Categories

  • Family activities Family activities

Hours

Fri
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Sat - Sun
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Transportation


Metro > Majorstua
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Child Planet Colosseum - Photo: Child Planet

Child Planet Colosseum

Child Planet Colosseum is an indoor playground for children with a ball pool, slides, climbing structures, jumping castles and more. The place has soft...

Child Planet Colosseum

Source: Visitnorway

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