A Ninja Warrior UK Adventure Park site will be opening in Milton Keynes next month, with TV pundit and presenter Chris Kamara opening the site.

The venue will be the first of its kind for the town, and will feature a mix of adrenalin-fuelled TV show-style courses and inflatable runs inspired by the popular ITV show, intending to combine fun, fitness, and imaginative antics.

The 23,000ft squared indoor and air-conditioned facility will opens to the general public in Bletchley from Saturday 12th February, with general admission priced from £12.50 per session.

As part of the course, there are obstacles to climb, balance, jump and swing across, as well the famous Warped Wall. Participants will also be faced with an additional inflatable course complete with big red bouncy balls, tunnels, battle zone and an airbag leap to race through. An on-site café will also feature as a meeting place to watch and refuel.

Wayne Davies, General Manager for Ninja Warrior UK Milton Keynes said, “We’re so excited to be bringing a slice of brilliant, wholesome family entertainment to Milton Keynes with the Ninja Warrior UK brand, which is loved by all age groups. Expect to tackle some obstacles very similar to the television show – including a chance to try and beat our very own warped wall!”

Legendary football pundit and Ninja Warrior UK co-presenter, Chris Kamara, who will be there to welcome the first few guests through the doors, added: “I really look forward to the opening of a new Ninja Warrior and Milton Keynes will be no exception. The reaction we get from guests attending is just unbelievable! It’s such a great family show that everyone now has the opportunity to come down and have a go for themselves. And, I still get to do the best bit of the job which is to watch on – it’s equally as entertaining, trust me!”

The first official Ninja Warrior UK Adventure Park in the UK opened in Stoke-on-Trent in 2018 and was swiftly followed by parks in Wigan, Cardiff, Gloucester, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Eastbourne, Southampton, Watford, Leeds and Chatham.

General admission starts from £12.50 per person and sessions are available to book in advance now at www.ninjawarrioruk.co.uk/mk