Even on those days when the weather isn’t ideal, kids still need to get their pent-up energy out so indoor play places are just what’s needed. From little to large, and spread out all over town, here is our guide to Indoor Play Places in the Greater Toronto Area.
This new spot has 10,000 square feet of bouncy fun, with an “inflata-wall” to climb, giant slides and an obstacle course. There’s also a laser tag course, large arcade and restaurant.
Address: 65 Orfus Road, Toronto
Bunch of Fun Playland
There’s lots happening at Bunch of Fun, with an indoor playground, pottery painting studio, café and birthday party place.
Address: 11 Kodiak Crescent B, Toronto
Epic Planet Fun
This massive 10,000 square foot indoor playground boasts Toronto’s first indoor rope course, plus an arcade, separate toddler play area, birthday party rooms and a Parents’ Lounge with free wifi.
Address: 24 Lebovic Avenue, Toronto
Extreme Fun Kids Indoor Playground
This 5,500 square foot indoor playground features a 15-foot play structure, giant jumping castle, dress-up corner, air hockey and foosball tables, basketball nets and much more.
Address: 186 Bartley Drive, Toronto
Happy Kingdom Playground
Set within the Nations Fresh Foods store at the Stockyards Village are five themed party rooms, a 4,000-square foot playground including a three-story slide and a whopping 8,000 square feet of entertainment areas with over 80 arcade games and prizes.
Address: 1980 St. Clair Ave. West, Toronto
Jiggles & Giggles Indoor Playground
This indoor playground specializes in birthday party and event bookings only. Kids will love their 20-foot climbing structure and jungle themed bouncing castle.
Address: 120 Carlauren Rd #1, Woodbridge
Jump For Joy Centre
Perfect for kids under five years, this 2,000 square foot facility on the Danforth also offers a drop-off program and birthday parties.
Address: 1472 Danforth Ave., Toronto
Just For Fun Party Centre
This 13,000 square foot facility offers a huge indoor play structure, a toddler soft play area, jumperoos and a digital playground (virtual reality, glow-in-the-dark laser tag and a video-gaming area). They also have a day camp.
Address: 689 Warden Ave #1, Toronto
Kidsapia Indoor Playground & Family Entertainment Centre
The play equipment here, called the Kidsapia Play System, was developed in Japan and has a modern, innovative vibe to it. Kidsapia also has various birthday party options and LEGO-Robotics camps.
Address: Erin Mills Town Centre, 5100 Erin Mills Pkwy, Mississauga
Kids Fun City
Kids Fun City offers an indoor play structure, laser frenzy maze, bowling, mini-putt, an arcade and more. They also host birthday parties and private events.
Address: 150 Lesmill Road, Toronto
Kids Fun Town
Kids Fun Town has an inflatable bouncy castle with attached slide, a climbing tower play structure and educational toys. They have both drop-in play times and birthday party packages, and free wi-fi.
Address: 2071 Danforth Avenue, Toronto
Kids Cuckoos Nest
With 10,000 square feet, there’s plenty of room for to accommodate bigger and smaller kids on two different play structures, plus there’s a kangaroo jumper, arcade, car track and sports area.
Address: 155 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora
Kids Sports Indoor Playground
Kids Sports has 18,000 square foot of play space, featuring two separate play structures, an arcade and more. The larger of the two play structures features three levels, eight slides, four fire poles, two zip lines, tunnels, tubes, a foam pit and a large ball pit.
Address: 4500 Dixie Road, Mississauga
Lil’ Monkeys Indoor Playgrounds
With over 16,000 square feet of play space, this popular spot has a six-level jungle gym, an anti-gravity machine, a bungee trampoline, an new toddler zone and play structure, and more.
Address: 3250 Harvester Road, Unit 5, Burlington
Mighty Jungle Indoor Playground
This jungle-themed indoor playground has three storeys of play structures, an infant/toddler play area and ball pit for little kids and free wi-fi for their parents. The facility available for drop-in play on weekdays and private parties on evenings and weekends.
Address: 19-3100 Ridgeway Drive, Mississauga
Never Never Land
This play space has two separate playgrounds, which is handy for holding private parties. Kids can go swimming in the ball pool, go up the multi-level structure and down the slides.
Address: 8520 Jane Street, Concord
With locations in Brampton and Whitby, these huge indoor complexes feature high-tech attractions, video games, VR arenas, rope courses and bowling lanes.
Address: 20 Biscayne Crescent, Brampton; 75 Consumers Drive, Whitby
This indoor play facility is in the Flemington Park Community Centre and run by the City of Toronto, so it’s FREE for residents. Reservations are made through the Parks and Recreation “eFun” system. They also have large party rooms and outdoor play facilities (weather permitting).
Address: 150 Grenoble Drive, Toronto
Rather than a standard playground of tunnels and slides, here kids can use their imaginations in various Playhouses, such as a restaurant, construction site, raceway, theatre, salon, firehouse, grocery store, veterinarian office and more.
Address: 2170 Dunwin Drive, Unit 6, Mississauga
Sprouts – Growing Bodies and Minds
This Leslieville gym/playground is open for drop-in play, plus there are options for preschool and after-school hang-outs, art and dance classes, and birthday parties.
Address: 183 Carlaw Avenue, Toronto
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