When the heat gets unbearable, it’s time to move playtime indoors. Here’s our ultimate guide to kids’ indoor playgrounds in Singapore so you can have fun outside the sun!

The June holidays bring not only a time of fun and play for the kids, but also (unfortunately) rather unbearable weather. Taking the kids out to the beach for some seaside fun may seem like a good idea, but with unpredictable storms and afternoon temps upwards of 32 degrees, it’s time to move playtime indoors!


The best part? Playing indoors doesn’t mean missing out on all the fun. In fact, our round-up of the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore means even more fun! Ditch the umbrellas and sunscreen, and enjoy playing in comfort!

1. Airzone

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Does Junior ever talk about wanting to become an astronaut? Well, now he can experience what it’s like to walk on the moon at Airzone! Housed within City Square Mall, Airzone is an elevated playground with distinct theme zones containing unique games. Go wild in the Airzone Ball Pit – Singapore’s only ball pit that’s fully suspended in the air. If you dare, take on the Airzone Slide, with the highest slide reaching a dizzying 30m. There are four slides to choose from, with various speeds and heights to suit everyone! For younger kiddos, there’s also the Airzone Relax and Play, as well as the Airzone Maze for more relaxing fun.

How much From $20 per person (one-hour session)

Where Level 2  City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208539
Opening hours 11am – 9pm daily

Phone 3159 0760
Website Click here

2. Amazonia Singapore

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Housed within Great World City, Amazonia Singapore spans about 9,500 square feet and is themed after the South American rainforest. Apart from the massive six-storey high Jungle Play Gym, this indoor playground also offers a toddler play area, a glow-in-the-dark Spaceball room, and a 3D Glow mini golf course! There are also party rooms available so can book for a memorable party for your tot.

How much From $22 per toddler (1 – 3 years), $33 per child (3 – 12 years) & $1 per adult

Where #03-08 Great World City, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Singapore 237994
Opening hours 10am – 9pm (Monday to Thursday) & 10am – 9.30pm (Friday to Sunday & Public Holidays)
Phone 6235 4522
Website Click here

(See also: Elliott’s Amazing Amazonia Singapore Adventure)

3. Aquarius Cove

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In line with its name, Aquarius Cove is an ocean-themed indoor playground. From the submarine-shaped tunnels to the inflatable slides, younger ones are sure to have a blast at this play facility. It’s also available for private birthday parties for your kiddo and their friends. Oh, and we love that there is a dedicated nursing room for mummies on the premises!

How much From $10 per toddler (12 months – 29 months) & $18 per child (2.5 years and above)

Where Level 5, 29 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059923
Opening hours 11.30am – 6pm (Monday to Friday) & 10.30am – 6.30pm (Saturday to Sunday & Public Holidays) *Please refer to the website for closures for private parties
Phone 6532 5550
Website Click here

4. Bouncing Kids

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Mazes, tubes, tunnels, slides, swings, bouncing bridges, balancing beams, and classic ball pits – the kiddos can expect the full indoor playground works on a visit to Bouncing Kids! You could choose to join your little ones as they run loose or sit back and relax. How about enjoying a slice of cake with a cup of latte at DAT Little Café while keeping an eye on them? If you’re a fitness freak, knock yourself out at the nearby gym in the same building.

How much From $15 per child (1 year and above)

Where #01-K2 Kovan Hub, 206 Hougang Street 21, Singapore 530206
Opening hours 10am – 9pm daily
Phone 6285 3595
Website Click here

5. Bounce Singapore

Bounce Singapore is at the forefront of an exciting new concept in recreation, fitness, and fun. This adrenaline-packed arena features three areas based on different interests and levels of difficulty. It’s designed for everyone – from kids big and small, to youths and even adults! Have a blast with the family and try out different activities ranging from trampolines to Free Running and the “Leap of Faith”. You can even pair up with the kids and compete against each other with some trampoline dodgeball fun!

How much From $17 per child for the 1st hour (3 years and under) & $75 per family (4 jumpers, maximum of 2 adults)

Where #09-01 Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, 8 Grange Road, Singapore 239695
Opening hours 10am – 10pm (Monday to Thursday), 10am – 11pm (Friday), 9am – 11pm (Saturday) & 9am – 10pm (Sunday)
Phone 6816 2879
Website Click here

(See also: Here’s Why You Should Visit BOUNCE, Singapore’s Newest Trampoline Park!)

6. Buds by Shangri-La

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Shangri-La Hotel Singapore is the first hotel along Orchard Road to design and build an interactive play space especially for children. Spanning over 2,150 square metres – Buds by Shangri-La boasts an immersive and curated play area that allows kids to learn through play in a creative, self-directed, and experiential space. With four speciality zones, there’s something for children of all ages. Toddlers have their very own soft-play Toddler Zone, while kids over four years can play by themselves at the Explorer Zone. If your young ones prefer activity-based play, there are different themed activity rooms for artists, performers, and even a fully-equipped cooking classroom!

How much From $28 per toddler (under 4 years) & $48 per child (4 – 12 years)

Where Level 1 Tower Wing, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
Opening hours 9am – 9pm daily
Phone 6532 5550
Website Click here

(See also: Buds by Shangri-La: The New Magical Playground in Town)

7. Clip ‘n Climb

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HomeTeamNS is the first in Singapore to bring in the New Zealand born Clip ‘n Climb.  Clip ‘n Climb is an action-packed climbing theme park catered for fun climbers of all ages, featuring 19 exciting colourful climbing challenges with different difficulties suitable for all. Plus, the climbing process at Clip ‘n Climb is a great start to improving a kid’s concentration and focus. From putting on the harness, to unbuckling the carabiners, and climbing to the top of the walls – kids can work on their sensory and motor skills.

How much From $25 per person (non-member)

Where #03-03 HomeTeamNS Tampines, 1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523
Opening hours 12pm – 9pm (Monday* to Thursday), 10am – 11pm (Friday to Saturday), 10am – 9pm (Sunday & Public Holiday) & 2pm – 9pm (*Every first Monday of the month)
Phone 6705 9410
Website Click here

8. Cool de Sac

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Cool de Sac is an indoor playground specially designed around the needs of parents who crave a space where their kids can enjoy creative play while the family enjoys a delicious meal. The playground stretches across a huge, sprawling space, with six different play zones cleverly catering to kids of different age groups. The layout is also designed such that children can start from the entrance and play their way inwards, making navigation a breeze. This allows parents to enjoy quality time with each other while the kids are actively engaged in play. It’s the perfect time for everyone!

How much From $12.80 per toddler (under 3 years) & $22.80 per child (3 – 12 years)

Where #02-379/80 Suntec Convention Centre, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
Opening hours 10am – 8pm (Sunday to Thursday) & 10am – 9pm (Friday & Saturday)
Phone 6337 0205
Website Click here

(See also: All-You-Can-Play at Cool de Sac Singapore)

9. eXplorerkid

Within the sprawling interior of eXplorerkid are various pockets of space smartly carved out to cater to little ones of different ages and interests. You’ll find a toddler’s play area equipped with kiddy ball pools, themed playhouses, a tree slide, and a multi-level obstacle course stacked with maze-like tunnels for the older children. There’s also an Adventure Highlands rope course to try out from $5.50 per child per circuit!

How much From $5 per toddler (13 to 36 months), $9 per eXplorerkid member, $20 per child, and $5 per adult entry

Where #04-02 AMK Hub, 53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, Singapore 569933
Opening hours 12pm – 9pm (Monday to Friday), 10am – 10pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Phone 6582 3326
Website Click here

(See also: eXplorerkid E! Hub Playground @Downtown East – Bring The Fun Indoors!)

10. Fun N Laughter

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With ball pits, rope climbing courses, trampolines, and a wrecking ball, there are more than enough activities to keep the kiddos occupied with at Fun N Laughter. If your young ones fancy Snakes & Ladders, they can have a go at the indoor playground’s adorable version of the classic game – Bamboos & Pandas! Oh, and don’t miss Tayo The Little Bus, in which tots can sit in and ride around the play facility.

How much From $12 per toddler (under 2 years) & $18 per child (2 years and above)

Where #B2-32 City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208539
Opening hours 10.30am – 9.30pm daily
Phone 6509 9766
Website Click here 

(See also: 8 Educational Indoor Playgrounds where Kids can Learn Through Play)

11. Future World

The Future World exhibition at the ArtScience Museum boasts 15 digital art installations which have been co-curated with teamLab, a renowned Japanese multi-award winning art collective. Not to mention, it occupies a whopping quarter of the museum’s gallery space, making it Singapore’s largest digital playground! Kids can interact with the various installations including designing their own transportation network, and a sketch aquarium where their drawings on paper come to life on the big screen!

How much From $14 per child and $19 per adult (single exhibition entry)

Where ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974
Opening hours 10am – 7pm (last admission at 6pm) daily
Phone 6688 8888
Website Click here

(See also: 5 Child-Friendly Digital Artworks at Future World at The ArtScience Museum)

12. Go-Go Bambini

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Go-Go Bambini is one of the first-ever indoor playgrounds in Singapore. This impressive four-storey playscape at Dempsey is home to a flying fox, ball pits, tunnels, two climbing walls, a ball blower, and more fun-packed elements! We love that the café on the premises offers free Wi-Fi and two computers for parents to use while the kids play away. Gourmet burgers, organic coffee, kids’ meals, and baby food are also on the menu!

How much From $15 per toddler (6 – 23 months) & $28 per child (2 – 12 years)

Where #01-15 Dempsey Hill, Block 8 Dempsey Road, Singapore 247696
Opening hours 9am – 7pm daily
Phone 6474 4176
Website Click here

13. Kaboodle Kids

Do you remember the good ol’ days of playing with blocks, and building anything (and everything) just from your imagination? At Kaboodle Kids, your children can now do the same! Based on David Rockwell’s concept of an “Imagination Playground”, little ones use calming blue foam blocks to create anything they want. There’s no better time than the present to encourage your little ones’ creativity! Even better, they get to hone their cognitive and social skills as they play together with other children in a group.

How much From $15 per toddler (3 years and under) & $20 per child (3 years and above)

Where #02-05 Katong Square, 88 East Coast Road, Singapore 423371
Opening hours 10am – 6pm (Monday to Sunday, closed on Tuesday)
Phone 6247 7020
Website Click here

14. Katapult

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Katapult is a spaciously designed trampoline park that’s perfect for kids! If Bub and Junior love to bounce, this is the perfect place for an afternoon outing. Everything at Katapult is padded for extra safety, with marshals posted all over the park to keep watch. Even though most of the activities are designed for older kids, there’s also a Kids Zone dedicated to the tots. The best part? While the kids bounce around, you can relax with a cuppa at Kafé, the on-site cafe that offers drinks and pastries.

How much From $15 per hour (weekday) & $19 per hour (weekend)

Where #01-11 ORTO, 81 Lorong Chencharu, Singapore 769198
Opening hours 12pm – 9pm (Monday), 10am – 9pm (Tuesday to Friday & School Holidays) & 9am – 9pm (Saturday to Sunday & Public Holidays)
Phone 6754 5188
Website Click here

(See also: 10 Things to Do at ORTO – Outdoorsy Activities (and Yummy Food) for Your Kids’ Next Play Date)

15. KidsSTOP

It isn’t enough to confine our kids’ learning to the classroom. The latest exhibits at Science Centre’s KidsSTOP are perfect for a fun yet educational day out with the family! In collaboration with the Health Promotion Board, the new exhibits at the ‘Supermarket’ and ‘Know Your Body’ zones teach children about healthy living through fun. Kids aged 18 months to eight years can learn about healthy habits through hands-on activities, interactive panels, and so much more.

How much From $10 per child and $5 per adult (peak)

Where Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
Opening hours 9.30am – 1.30pm (1st session) & 2pm – 6pm (2nd session) daily
Phone 6425 2500
Website Click here

(See also: New exhibits at KidsSTOP™ Teach Kids all about Healthy Living through Fun!)

16. Kidz Amaze

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Measuring a whopping 12,700 square feet, Kidz Amaze offers energetic tots three interconnected themed zones – The Cave, Tree Tops, and The City. Don’t miss out on the spacious ball pit and soft ball shooters, which are the highlights there. For extra fun, head up to the second storey of the maze. Just like tipping water buckets that drench squealing kids at water playgrounds, a yellow basket tips over at intervals to rain colourful balls on kiddos! And if Toa Payoh’s too far East, there’s also a Kidz Amaze branch at SAFRA Jurong.

How much From $8 per child (18 months – 13 years)

Where SAFRA Toa Payoh, 293 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319387
Opening hours 1pm – 7pm (Monday to Thursday), 1pm – 9pm (Friday), 10am – 9pm (Saturday to Sunday & Public Holidays) & 10am – 7pm (School Holidays)
Phone 6355 4551
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17. Kidzland

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Kidzland at The Grandstand is an indoor playground and child-friendly arcade all rolled into one! Dubbed The Forest, the indoor play area is a jungle-themed one that’s great for kids aged between three and 12 years. Upon entering, you’ll be greeted by a three-storey climbing structure complete with tunnels and slides for little ones to wriggle their way through. There’s also a mini rock climbing wall for the more agile kids!

How much From $16 per toddler (1 – 3 years) & $20 per child (3 years and above)

Where #02-14 The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287994
Opening hours 10am – 9pm (Weekdays) & 9am – 10pm (Weekends & Public Holidays)
Phone 6763 3773
Website Click here

18. KidZania Singapore

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KidZania is undoubtedly one of the biggest names when it comes to kids’ indoor playgrounds. At KidZania Singapore, Bub and Junior can independently explore an 81,000 square feet kid-sized city, complete with buildings, paved streets, vehicles and a functioning economy, just like in a real world! Through realistic role-play, they’ll also learn about different careers, the inner workings of a city and the concept of managing money. Fun and educational? Win-win.

How much From $25 per toddler (2 – 3 years old), $58 per kid (4 – 17 years old) & $35 per adult (18 – 59 years old)

Where #01-01/02 Palawan Kidz City, 31 Beach View, Singapore 098008
Opening hours 10am – 6pm (refer to the calendar here)
Phone 1800 653 6888
Website Click here

(See also: KidZania Singapore: 7 Ways to get the Best Experience here!)

19. Let ’em Play

Living in the West? Then get ready to be a regular at Let ’em Play! Let ’em Play is Singapore’s family-centric edutainment playground, offering a wide range of activities suitable for both children and adults. Kids can learn more about the importance of an active mind and body through fun yet challenging activities. With an indoor playground and wide range of fun kids’ activities, there’ll never be a dull moment for the kids.

How much From $25 per child, $29 per adult & $48 per parent-child combo

Where #01-100 Trade Hub 21, 18 Boon Lay Way, Singapore 609966
Opening hours 10am – 7.30pm (Monday to Friday) & 10am – 8.30pm (Weekends & Public Holidays)
Phone 6266 6125
Website Click here

(See also: 9 Adrenaline-Pumping Obstacle Courses Where Kids Can Train to Be Modern-Day Ninjas)

20. Little Planet Playland

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Little Planet is a miniature world for kiddos to engage in imaginative pretend-play! This indoor playground has a farm, marketplace, kitchen and café, fishing area, forest maze, and castle to provide kids with a realistic educational play environment. Artsy young ones will love the dedicated arts and crafts space where they can create a memento to bring home with them too!

How much From $25 per child

Where #02-21 The Centrepoint, 176 Orchard Road, Singapore 238843
Opening hours 10am – 7pm (Sunday to Friday) & 10am – 8pm (Saturday & Public Holidays)
Phone 6268 6595
Website Click here

21. My Little Giant

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See-saws and rocking horses for the tots, two humongous ball pits, and steep slides are some of the exciting play structures at My Little Giant. Oh, and there are also trampolines for young ones who love a bouncing good time. Once they are all tired out, let them rest those little legs with a jolly ride on the carousel or choo-choo train. Don’t forget to check out the kiddy arcade jam-packed with games too!

How much From $10 per toddler (under 3 years) & $18 per child (3 – 16 years)

Where Big Box, 1 Venture Avenue, Singapore 608521
Opening hours 11am – 10pm (Monday to Friday) & 10am – 10pm (Saturday to Sunday)
Website Click here

22. Pirate Land

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Do the kiddos love pretend-play? Then head on over to Pirate Land at The Centrepoint, an indoor playground and kids entertainment centre. Spanning 8,000 square feet, Pirate Land is a fully pirate-themed indoor play area that encourages both fun and safety. They offer a variety of play elements for kids, including a Supermarket and Kitchen Square, Ocean Animal projection drawing, and even a Jungle Gym! There’s also no need to worry about Bub’s safety, with friendly facilitators posted throughout to keep an eye on the kids.

How much From $15.90 per toddler (under 2 years) & $28.90 per child (2 – 14 years)

Where #03-09/101 The Centrepoint, 176 Orchard Road, Singapore 238843
Opening hours 10.30am – 8pm (Monday to Friday) & 10.30am – 9pm (Saturday to Sunday)
Phone 6694 2345
Website Click here

23. Pororo Park Singapore

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Conveniently situated in the heart of the city at Marina Square, little fans of Pororo the Penguin can have a ball of a time at this 11,000 square feet indoor edutainment playground. This park combines a train ride, indoor playscape attractions, educational classes and entertaining shows all under one roof! Babies aren’t left out either – there’s a padded corner decked out with a kitchen set and small tents filled with coloured balls just for them.

How much From $24.50 per toddler (under 2 years) & $29.90 per child (2 – 12 years)

Where #02-29 Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594
Opening hours 10.30am – 8pm (Sunday to Friday) & 10.30am – 9pm (Saturday)
Phone 6250 9700
Website Click here

(See also: Pororo Park is now in Singapore!)

24. Sandy Dandy

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Sandy Dandy is a novel sand playground for kids – indoors! We all know children love playing in the sand, but being exposed to harmful UV rays and dirty sand outdoors isn’t the most ideal solution. Indoor sand play is a great alternative – allowing Junior to enjoy sensory exploration in a safe and cool environment. The design at Sandy Dandy allows your kiddo to engage in independent play, while you sit back with a cuppa or check your e-mails while still keeping an eye on your kid!

How much From $20 per toddler (6 months – 3 years) & $25 per child (3 – 14 years)

Where #02-21/33 Forum The Shopping Mall, 583 Orchard Road, Singapore 238884
Opening hours 10am – 6.30pm daily
Phone 6734 6806
Website Click here

25. The Artground – A Curious Place to Be

The Artground is a specially designed space where children aged 12 years and below can enjoy art. Kids will be exposed to a variety of art forms in an inclusive space that welcomes children from all communities. Young ones can look forward to art installations that encourage creative play, while parents can also use them as teaching tools to fine tune their motor skills. On the weekends, The Artground also hosts a variety of art-related activities that parents and kids can participate in together!

How much Cost varies according to event/activity

Where #01-40 Block J, 90 Goodman Road, Singapore 439053
Opening hours 9.30am – 5pm (Wednesday to Thursday), 9.30am – 6pm (Friday – Sunday & Public Holidays)
Phone 6337 0205
Website Click here

(See also: East-side Kids, The Artground – A Curious Place To Be is a Brand New Place for you to Play in and Enjoy the Arts!)

26. The City

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Within The City, young ones can try out different grown-up roles and professions in a fun and safe environment. Let your children transform themselves into cooks, cashiers, doctors, nurses, or even police officers! They can “drive” on mini streets, navigate traffic signs and lights, and explore scaled down versions of real life locations like the supermarket, café, beauty salon, and clinic. Ready for some serious role play?

How much From $18 per toddler (under 2 years) & $22 per child (2 years and above)

Where #03-31 i12 Katong, 112 East Coast Road, Singapore 428802
Opening hours 10am – 7pm
Phone 6250 6507
Website Click here

27. The Joy of Toys

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Are you looking for a fun and relaxing recreational area to play with the kids? The Joy of Toys is a speciality indoor play area with a remarkable selection of toys, perfect even for you! There are different play spaces for children of various ages: toddlers under three years can gather in the Toddler Play Space, while the Main Play Space is suitable for school-going children. We also love the attention to detail with the Babycare Room and Diaper Bag Lockers for Mums!

How much Toddler Play Space is $18 while Main Play Space is $22 (weekdays) or $26 (weekends & PH)

Where #03-51 Clarke Quay Central (Yellow Zone), 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore 059817
Opening hours 10am – 8pm (Sunday to Thursday) & 10am – 9pm (Friday to Saturday)
Phone 9007 4679
Website Click here

28. The Tiara Society

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Does Bub love playing dress up? Then The Tiara Society is the perfect place for a playdate! Let your little princess bring her fantasy to life as she tries on the large selection of princess gowns available. With princess accessories, princess shoes, and princess tiaras – The Tiara Society has everything to make your little princess feel exactly like royalty. Indulge in royal playtime from the Outdoor Gardens to the Tea Party Chamber! There are also princess craft activities available for extra-creative princesses.

How much From $29 per hour & $38 for two hours

Where #01-32 UE Square, 83 Clemenceau Avenue, Singapore 239920
Opening hours 2pm – 7pm (Monday & Tuesday) & 10am – 7pm (Wednesday to Sunday)
Phone 6822 9485
Website Click here

29. Waka Waka by The Polliwogs

Waka Waka is a safari-themed indoor playground that promises a fun new concept for kids aged up to 14. A huge bouncy castle occupies the toddler space and offers a tiny climbing wall, slide, huge rollers, and hoops for kiddies to explore. There’s also a pretty unique “jumping bed” that lets children feel as though they’re bouncing on a bowl of jelly. Peek through the translucent material and you’ll see lots of cute sea critters!

How much From $18 per toddler (below 90cm in height), $23 per child (above 90cm in height), and $16 for an additional add-on Adventure Bundle

Where #05-01 Annex @Furama, Furama Riverfront, 407 Havelock Road, Singapore 169634
Opening hours 10am – 7pm (Monday to Friday), 9.30am – 8pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Phone 6738 7733
Website Click here

(See also: Elliott Visits Waka Waka by The Polliwogs)

And there you have it – our ultimate guide to indoor playgrounds. These play areas not only keep you and the little ones out of the scorching heat, but also allow them to explore their creativity and sensory skills in different ways. Be it getting messy in a sandpit or swinging around in a jungle gym, the choices are endless. What’re you waiting for? Head down to the nearest indoor playground for some family fun!

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