Until Thanksgiving we will be opening early at 9:30 to the general public on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
On Wed. September 20 we will close at 5
On Thursday-Friday September 21-22 we will be closed
On Wed. October 4 we will close at 5
On Thursday-Friday October 5-6 we will be closed
On Wed. October 11 we will close at 5
On Thursday-Friday October 12-13 we will be closed
Our Hours: Monday – Thursday: 11am – 7pm | Friday: 11am – 4pm | Sunday: 11am – 5pm
About Kids at Play
We have plenty of indoor activities for kids in the Philadelphia area. Our indoor playground and 7,000-square-foot multi-sensory facility are designed to maximize opportunities for your child’s development in a safe, clean and fun, supervised environment.
We’re an inclusive space with activities and designated areas for children of all developmental stages. Our goal is to help your child reach their full potential by doing what they love: play! With our zip line, interactive virtual playground, toddler area, ball pits and entertaining swings and slides, we’re one of the most fun places for kids of any age.
Looking for more than just open play in a safe, indoor, state-of-the-art environment? We have board certified occupational, physical and speech therapists on staff to help children learn through play and give parents tools to use at home using a combination individualized therapy plans, private therapy sessions and group play.
Our facility is handicap accessible and equipped with ADA compliant ramps and bathrooms ensuring that all who visit can enjoy themselves.
Thank you for helping us be named Best New Business or Family Spot and Best Place to Throw a Party in the 2017 Mommy Poppins [...]
We’re excited to announce we’ve been nominated for the Best Indoor Playground in both the Philadelphia Family Love Awards AND the Main Line Parent [...]
Dedicated Therapy for Your Child
We believe that every child learns best through play. Our individualized approach focuses on producing the best results, based on the needs of each child.
Occupational therapists work with children on improving skills in daily activities that will help them throughout their lives.
Physical therapists work to provide support in gross motor development, motor planning, and visual motor skills.
Speech therapists work to provide language acquisition, articulation, oral motor stimulation, communication skills, and more.