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Under the Sea Indoor Playground
Mar Vista – 3871 Grand View Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066
A place for kids to play and parents to relax. For the parents, you’ll find they’ve thought of everything: like comfy seating, free wifi and coffee. The kids will enjoy a ball pit, curly slide, bouncer, dress up area, reading corner, special electronic dance and gaming floor, and more. Open play is held Monday through Friday, because the weekends are for parties.
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10a.m.-6p.m.
Rates: $10 per child. Monthly memberships are $39 or you can purchase a 10 play pass for $60 that never expires.
Daily classes are available for “Droolers” (newborn-5 months) all the way up to “Advanced Skill and Development” (5-7 year-olds), along with free play options, birthday parties, camps for kids and workshops for kids and for the whole family. But what we really love are their extended hours—perfect for working parents or those tricky school holidays.
31. Scooter’s Jungle
Scooter’s Jungle has locations in El Segundo, Valencia, Placentia, and Simi Valley, where kids can romp on huge inflatable jumpers and slides.
23. The Treehouse
With a ball pit and lots of hidden features, this Tarzana playground has plenty to keep little ones amused. Mommy and Me classes are also available.
Located on almost 3.5 acres in Pasadena, Kidspace Children’s Museum is one of Southern California’s premier family spots. Entering through the colorful, mirrored tunnel called The Kaleidoscope is just the beginning of this imaginative play space. At Kidspace Children’s Museum, kids can also learn about what happens underground in the Digging Deeper Gallery and research rocks and minerals in the Nature Exchange exhibit.
Kids can get an early taste of adulthood – well, the fun side, at least – at Pretend City in Irvine. From a scaled-down post office and grocery store to a mini gas station and farm, kids have the opportunity to stretch their imaginations and creativity. And from Oct. 17-Jan. 30, Curious George will have his own hands-on exhibit at the museum to inspire even more monkeying around.
Summer season is on peak, it’s too hot for your kids to play outside. Then how your kids can enjoy in this weather? You can select indoor playgrounds Los Angeles for your kids. The indoor playground Los Angeles allows your kids to run, jump, play and get their dream workout that drives them crazy. There are many spots for parents to keep their mood cherished with coffee bars, workspaces as well as wine and beer options. Scroll below to check out which indoor play space suits your kid’s imaginations.
· Arcade — Large Arcade with more than 30 Video Games, Kiddie Rides, Cranes and Skills Games. Line arcade make you and your kids enjoy games such as walking dead, all time favorite air-hockey, dual motorcycle driving game and more.