The Log Cabin

Ealing wide

disabled access

The Log Cabin was founded in 1977 by the Mayor of Ealing, to provide a community based, purpose-built adventure playground for children and young people with additional needs or disabilities. It is used by over 350 children and young people every year. We are based at the Log Cabin Children's Centre in Northfield Avenue.


A large play and recreation space including:
•Space for children to ride bikes and trikes and take part in sporting activities
•Large accessible play structure and swings, slides, etc.
•Enclosed multi-use games area
•Quiet green areas such as the sensory garden
•A large sand pit, water play feature and fire pit

•A large hall, divisible into two when appropriate
•A soft play room
•An interactive computer-controlled sensory room
•A dedicated arts and crafts room
•A quiet room
•A computer games room
•A calm room

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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