Main Line Indoor Play Spaces for Fun All Winter Long
Too cold for the playground? Try one of these cozy spots.
The temperatures might be turning down, but your kids’ energy levels aren’t dropping. For those times you need to get them out of the house but it’s too cold for outdoor play, we put together a list of indoor play spaces to keep them happy all winter long.
3710 Green Lane, Levittown
This indoor multi-sensory playground offers something for everyone. Kids at Play includes a zip line, ball pit, swings, slides and more. They also offer open gym time and birthday parties.
Make sure to check out our 7,000 square foot indoor playground! Our state of the art indoor multi-sensory playground comes equipt with a zip line, interactive virtual playground, toddler area, ball pits, and entertaining swings and slides! We're here Sunday through Thursday 11am to 5pm and Friday 11am to 2pm. #KidsAtPlayPA #IndoorPlayground #FunForAll
5117 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square
This venue is for children 10 and under. Kids are invited to have fun in a jungle-themed area full of obstacles and play areas. They offer birthday parties as well! They are open seven days a week, so whatever your schedule, there are opportunities for fun.
934 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr
This location specializes in activities for infants through children aged 5. It was designed to create a safe and stimulating place where children can explore while learning. The space offers a performance area, a dry erase wall for the artistically minded, a Lego loft, and a specific area for babies. With music and art classes, kid-yoga, as well as birthday parties, The Play Café is the place to be.
550 Foundry Road, Suite 104, East Norristown
At Bouncetown, the kids will burn off lots of energy inside the 10,000-square-foot area to bounce away in. This location is for children of all ages, and offers open play time during the week, and birthday parties on the weekend. It’s a peanut-free zone, and safe for everyone.
6 Cricket Ave., Ardmore
Lulu’s Casita is much more than an indoor oasis for the children of Ardmore and the surrounding neighborhoods. They offer weekly bilingual story time on Wednesdays, and every Friday host BYOB Pizza night, a favorite of kids and parents alike. Children love swimming in the ball pit, building forts, and letting their imaginations run rampant amongst the different scenes laid out for them. Lulu’s also offers birthday fiestas and hosts other classes throughout the month — check their calendar for updates!
Happy Friday familia! We are open hoy with normal business hours until 7:30pm! Swing on by for #pizzanight and #BYOB to unwind before Christmas madness begins and let the wee ones burn all the energy out 🎉 don't forget you can now place your food order ahead of time! Just give us a ring and we will take care of the rest 🍕🍷 #luluscasita #friyay
1030 Conshohocken Road, Conshohocken
This “pay and play playgroup” is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:30 — 11:30 am. For $6 for the first child, and $4 for siblings over the age of 1, your child gets two hours of free play, plus juice, fruit, and cookies, while you sip a cup of complimentary coffee. They do birthday parties and other events, too.
2402 Hirst Terrace, Havertown
If your child has outgrown the indoor play gyms, the Creative Clubhouse is a great alternative to their staying indoors with video games all day. This Havertown haven offers drop off workshops, classes, and playtime that children of all ages adore. The Creative Clubhouse offers stay and plays for a parent’s night out, holiday workshops, and private parties, as well as their weekly enrichment programs.
At the Creative Clubhouse, we embrace children's interests, creativity, and curiosity. We encourage them to learn through their play and exploration at their own developmentally appropriate pace. Come check it out at our Open House, Sunday, Nov 13th at 10:00. RSVP with Lauren@creative-clubhouse.com #playbasedlearning #creativeclubhouse #myworkisplay #letthemplay
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Jes Lyons contributed to this article.
Photograph by Jean Goins.