The Factory

The Factory

Spread out over nearly 1.6 hectares, The Factory in London is Canada’s largest indoor adventure park. It’s home to the largest trampolines, escape rooms and arcade in all of North America. Even more impressive, The Factory has the biggest indoor ropes course in the entire world.

The Factory is constantly adding new games and attractions. With zip lines, virtual reality gaming, a climbing wall and much more, this complex is an all-in-one entertainment centre.

The sheer number of attractions makes The Factory a great place to bring the whole family, with activities for kids of all ages. It’s also ideal for birthday parties, team building events or hangout days with friends.

Side view of a re-purposed historic factory building.

The Factory, London

How to get to The Factory

Location: 100 Kellogg Lane, London

By transit: The Factory can be reached by London Transit. Take Route 2 or Route 7, exiting the bus on either Dundas Street or Florence Street.

By car: The Factory offers free parking. Find directions for driving to the indoor adventure park.

Know before you go

The Factory is very popular and can get very busy, especially on holidays. Plan to arrive early in the day.

Book your Factory tickets in advance using their online booking service.

Lockers are available on-site to store your personal belongings, such as your keys, cell phone or wallet. You can buy a lock from The Factory or bring your own.

Things to do at The Factory

Discover more activities and experiences.

Let loose and explore

The Factory’s Lil’ Climbers section is perfect for kids between the ages of two and 12, with a mini climbing wall, bouncing bag and an indoor playground of tubes and tunnels.

Challenge your mind and body

Test your endurance on the Ultimate Warrior Course. Face down a challenge with ladders, nets, log rolls and a giant treadmill. Race against a friend or try to beat your own time.

Experience virtual reality

Step into The Factory’s massive library of cutting-edge virtual reality experiences. Over 60 games are available, with a wide selection of experiences to choose from.

Grab a bite

Hungry? Choose from a variety of food and drink options including Shaw’s ice cream, coffee, burgers and fries, artisan sandwiches, salads and thin-crust Italian-style pizzas.

Hang out on a rope course

Dangle, swing and climb your way through The Factory’s ropes course. Explore over 88 challenging obstacles and climb heights reaching 75 feet.

A boy jumping on a trampoline.
The Factory | Ontario’s Southwest

Interesting facts about The Factory

Home to a myriad of thrilling activities, this dynamic entertainment complex boasts 44-metre ziplines, a daring 23-metre freefall and more than 1,800 square metres of bouncy trampoline park. Nowhere else in the area are there so many activities under one roof, truly geared for all ages and skill levels.

The Factory is located inside the iconic 100 Kellogg Lane structure, an old Kellogg’s cereal factory that thrived in London as a major food processing plant for 75 years. It also contains The London Children’s Museum, Canadian Hall of Medical Fame and Paradigm Spirits.

Accessibility Features

Accessible drop-off location

Passenger drop-off is available by an  accessible entrance. 

Accessible entrances/exits

A sufficiently wide, hard surfaced,  unobstructed path, no steps or equipped  with ramp connecting to a public  entrance or exit and identified by signage.  Automatic door openers, adequate  manoeuvring room in front of door.

Accessible parking

At least one identified, reserved parking  space with a safe, clearly marked  accessible route from the designated  parking area to an accessible building  entrance.

Accessible recreation trails

One or more accessible trails with firm  and stable surface. All slopes, ramps,  handrails, boardwalks and signage  comply with the technical requirements  of Ontario's accessibility laws.

Accessible restaurant

Accessible entrance; adequate  manoeuvring room; accessible washroom  nearby. Tables with removable chairs and  adequate knee clearance.  Cafeteria/buffet counters reachable for  mobility device users. 

Accessible seating

Reserved space with a clear view of the  event/activity for someone who is seated,  good sound quality, and adequate  manoeuvring room for a mobility device.

Accessible washroom

An accessible washroom stall has  adequate manoeuvring room for mobility  devices. Includes grab bars, transfer  space, accessible door latch, sink with  knee clearance, and lever handles or  automatic sensor faucets. 

Easy access electrical outlets

At least one electrical outlet within easy  reach has clear floor space in front for  charging an electric mobility device.

Elevator access

Elevator access to all public floors with  adequate manoeuvring room to enter  and exit the elevator.

Service animals welcome

Service animal can be identified by visual  indicators (guide dog or other animal  wearing a vest/harness); or  documentation available from a  regulated health professional to confirm  the animal is required due to a disability. 

Support persons welcome

Support persons are welcome to provide  services or assistance with  communication, mobility, personal care,  medical needs or access to facilities.  Please check with the organization about  entry fees, if applicable.

Universal washroom

Separate, individual washroom with  adequate manoeuvring room for mobility  devices. Includes grab bars, transfer  space, accessible door latch, accessible  sink with knee clearance, easy-to-use  faucets and adult change table. 

Wheelchair accessible

Unobstructed path through public  hallways that are wide enough to allow  people using wheelchairs and other  mobility devices to move easily through  the building. 

Last updated: May 30, 2024

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