IKEA to host free Summer Funhouse event during school holidays


IKEA Wembley will be hosting the Summer Funhouse event to coincide with the school holidays, which will include a number of free in-store activities, offers and deals for the whole family to enjoy.

Taking place from Monday 11th July – Sunday 14th August 2022, the event includes drop-in and bookable sessions led by IKEA co-workers. Each activity has been designed to promote creativity that is both affordable and fun, by using items that can already be found within the home.

Putting their creativity skills to the test, children can design and decorate their dream bedroom with the Young Designers competition, as they add colour, furniture and accessories to reflect their personality. Judged by the IKEA room design team, one lucky winner will receive an IKEA art bundle and £100 IKEA voucher² to spend on making their dream room a reality.

For budding adventurers, the Jungle Quest treasure hunt, will see participants search around the store for each of the six hidden animal toys from the DJUNGELSKOG range to win a prize.

Whether enjoying playtime within the home using our range of soft toys or creating the perfect bedroom storage solution with TROFAST and SMÅSTAD, with 10% off ALL children’s ranges when spending over £50 – this offer is not one to be missed! Also available during the Summer Funhouse event, customers can purchase two full children’s meal combinations in the restaurant for just £5, which includes a hot meal, dessert, drink and a snack.

Gunay Ertem, Market Manager at IKEA Wembley, commented: “The summer holidays are a time to relax, have fun and spend time with family. That’s why we’re delighted to be hosting the free IKEA Summer Funhouse event to help customers build play into their day more easily and affordably, which is great for boosting the whole family’s wellbeing.”

“We look forward to welcoming customers in store this summer and beyond, giving them the tools to further encourage creativity at home during the rest of the holidays.”