Welcome to Run Amuck!

children's indoor play & party centre

Let the kids run wild at Run Amuck, the perfect Children's Indoor Play and Party Centre in Tramore, Co. Waterford.

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Run Amuck is a 10,000 sq ft purpose built children's activity centre combining fantastic play facilities with an excellent, healthy eating café. Run Amuck features something for everyone with a 3-level main play frame for 5-12 year olds, a toddler area for 2-5 year olds and a baby area.

We are open every day from 10am - 6pm and the entrance fee allows play for up to 2 hours!

Our fully-trained, friendly staff are here to help you relax and enjoy your time as much as your children do - in a safe, stimulating and fun play environment.

fun for all

Run Amuck has a wide range of facilities to keep your children entertained.

There's a huge triple level play frame, 3 lane astra slide, air guns, airjet ball juggler, tube slide, football zone and bumper boats*, and loads of space for your little ones to run around and tire themselves out!

For younger children there are baby & toddler play areas, with baby changing facilities and a parent and baby room.

*There is a small additional charge of €2 for the bumper boats.

mucky angels café

We don't just cater for children; we've also made sure there's a great selection of food & drink for all the family at Mucky Angels Café. So why not relax with a nice cup of tea or coffee while the kids go wild!

We also have a wide range of hot and cold snacks available, including healthy options and vegetarian meals.

For more information and an example menu, please click here.

what does the name mean?

So what does "Run Amuck" actually mean and why did we choose that name? Well, here is a fancy explanation out of the dictionary...

a·muck [uh-muhk]
- adjective
1. in a frenzied and reckless manner.
2. run or go amuck, to run amuck
a. to rush out in a state of frenzy.
b. to rush about wildly; lose self-control.

- adverb
1. wildly; without self-control.

[Origin: 1510-20; var. of AMOK]

As it describes my children perfectly, it seemed like a great name for a place to play!

safety & security

Our play areas have been carefully designed to ensure safe and exciting play for your children.

All access into and out of the play area is carefully controlled by staff members, and external doors are operated electrically to ensure children cannot leave the building unaccompanied.

All of our play equipment meets stringent national standards for safety, and our play areas are inspected daily by our staff and annually by ROSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents).

something different?

Fancy something different? Don't forget that we also have Laserblast or The Pottery Place both right next door which offer a great time for older children and adults too!

Laserblast Pottery Place