The Ninja Warriors are heading west following confirmation that a new Ninja Warrior UK Adventure Park will be opening in Swansea.

The Park will be officially opened on July 21 by legendary football pundit and Ninja Warrier UK co-presenter Chris Kamara.

“The reaction we get from the guests who attend is just unbelievable and Swansea will be no exception,” said Chris Kamara.

“It’s such a great family show and now everyone 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 it all taking place. And that’s just as entertaining – trust me!”

Chris will be joined by a number of professional ‘Ninjas’ who have previously competed on the show which will be returning to ITV later this year.

The new venue will be at the old Toys R Us store in Parc Tawe Retail Park, Quay Parade, Swansea. The launch on Thursday July 21 will feature a mix of adrenalin-fuelled TV show-style courses and inflatable runs which will combine fun, fitness and imagination.

The 24,000sq.ft indoor facility boasts obstacles to climb, balance, jump and swing across, as well as the famous Warped Wall. Wannabe Ninjas will need to preserve some extra energy to tackle additional inflatables complete with tunnels, battle towers and the ultimate assault course. And if all that’s too much, the Ninja Café is a great place to watch and refuel.

“We’re so excited to be bringing a slice of brilliant, wholesome family entertainment to Swansea with the Ninja Warrior UK brand, which is loved by all age groups,” said Sophie Burke of the operators Burhill Group Limited.

“People can expect to tackle some obstacles very similar to the television show, including a chance to try and beat our very own warped wall and get some top tips from the telly Ninja's!

“And even the Mini Ninjas will get to have a go with special sessions catering just for under 5’s on certain days of the week.”

General admission starts from just £12 per person with sessions, parties and gift vouchers available to buy online now at, subject to availability.