Bay Area Toddlers Search

Indoor Play Place

Here are just some of the many benefits of indoor play areas for children:
  • Development of Social Skills
  • Keeps them Active and Healthy
  • Encourages Creativity
  • Safety and Security
  • An Alternative for a Very Hot or Rainy Day
  • Ideal Place for Birthday Parties
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Whimsey Saratoga (14510 Big Basin Way Suite 3, Saratoga) -Currently Closed
An indoor play space designed with both kids and parents in mind. There is a large play structure for physical play, as well as various areas for imaginative play (dress up/stage area, play house, pretend kitchen, building block area, etc.) and arts/crafts.

Kidtopia (4620 Auto Mall Pkwy, Fremont)
Bay area's largest soft play indoor playground, with variety of play areas - pretend play, basketball areas, race track, and of course - a huge play structure with slides, ball pit, swings, climbing, and more!

Mon Amie Harlow (114 Royce St a, Los Gatos)
A modern indoor play space for children ages 6months - 7years old. Beautiful, unique space, a warm and joyful place, specially designed for young children. Dedicated to promoting constructive, creative, physical, and imaginative play. The space is thoughtfully outfitted with toys and equipment to support all types of learners, provide many different types of play and allow young children to play safely in an environment made just for them.

Lemon Tree (3427 El Camino Real, Santa Clara)
A small and chic play place for parents and young children.

Billy Beez (925 Blossom Hill Rd, San Jose)
Combines physical play and pretend play. In the pretend play area you’ll find a bank, supermarket, pizzeria, school, hospital and more. Big structure play with lots of slides, balls and more.

The Jungle Island (5401 Camden Ave, San Jose)
Jungle-themed amusement venue with laser tag, bumper cars, arcade, a giant play structure & a cafe.

Pump It Up (2919 Mead Ave, Santa Clara, Also in San Jose and Milpitas)
Gigantic inflatable slides, bounce houses, obstacle courses and more.

Sky High (2880 Mead Ave, Santa Clara)
Trampoline park for the entire family.

Safari Run (1180 Kern Ave, Sunnyvale, Also in San Mateo)
Big mazes, climbing tunnels, giant slides, running track, separate toddler area, parent lounge with TV and free Wi-Fi.

Diddalidoo (544 San Mateo Ave, San Bruno)
Lively indoor play center offering interactive activities for young kids, a gift shop & party space.

Gymboree (Multiple Locations)
Venue offering space for children's hands-on classes ranging from music to sports. Call to see if they have drop offs, some locations are members only.

Wund3rKid (559 College Ave, Palo Alto)
Parent and child development & enrichment studio, focused in physical, emotional, social and cognitive domains. Yoga, music and art classes.

The Duck Pond (5884 Eden Park Pl, San Jose)
A safe and fun place to bring your children to play, learn, and grow. Crafts, playdough & bubbles offered every day. Check the schedule for special events.

Jumpity Bumpity (Fairway Park Shopping Center, 31169 Mission Blvd, Hayward)
Jumpity Bumpity is an ocean themed indoor recreation center and birthday party venue in Hayward for children 12 years and under.

La Petite Playground (1264 Oddstad Dr, Redwood City)
La Petite Playhouse is the ultimate indoor destination for children to play, explore and most importantly…have fun! An incredible, 10,000 sq. ft. facility includes giant undersea-themed play structures,separate baby/toddler structure, interactive “Eye Click” game, climbing wall, 2 sport courts and private party rooms for birthday parties and special group events.

Mel's Play Place (20994 Redwood Rd, Castro Valley)
Mel’s Play Place is a children’s recreation center that provides a unique play experience for children ages 8 months to 11 years old.

Bounce A Rama (Great Mall, 1450 Great Mall Dr, Milpitas)
An indoor inflatables park.

Play Haven (254 Laguna Honda Blvd., San Francisco)
An indoor play space and party venue for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers where children and families come together to explore, create, and have fun!

Peekadoodle Kids Club (Ghirardelli Square, 900 North Point St, #100, San Francisco)
A balance between exploratory play & structured learning is paramount to your child’s development. Peekadoodle kidsclub has been designed to foster independence and creative thinking at the earliest stages, and to nurture those principles from infancy through preschool – providing just what your child needs at each developmental stage. In addition to featuring a larger than life Golden Gate Bridge, quaint Victorian, and child-sized cable car, the playspace is maintained around the clock by a team of cleaners who ensure that toys are washed and surfaces are sanitized.

My Busy Town San Bruno (556 San Mateo Ave, San Bruno, CA 94066)
My Busy Town is a indoor playground space were children 0 to 14 years old can learn through play and experiences in a 5100 sq ft. facility. Along side the importance of learning through play, children desire repetition, routine, interactions and connection (community development).

Peek-a-Boo Factory (2 W Portal Ave, San Francisco)
Peek-a-Boo Factory is a premier indoor playground and party place designed for parents to allow their children to socialize, learn, and play by creating an environment that emphasizes physical exercise, mental stimulation, and collaborative activities.

Urban Putt (1096 S Van Ness Ave, San Francisco)
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission district, Urban Putt is the City’s first and only indoor miniature golf course. Urban Putt offers guests a fun experience with top-notch food and drinks, and a fantastical, high-tech 14-hole mini-golf course.

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