This is a decision we did not take lightly, as we recognize the impact that this virus will have on business interruption and
the lives of our team members and our guests.
That said, we do feel that it was a hard but necessary decision for the sake of the greater public health.
While we plan to stay closed till further notice, we will continue to monitor the ongoing situation and follow the guidance of our local, state and federal officials, as well as the public health agencies. Any further updates and information on our re-opening dates will be posted on our website and social media channels and communicated to you as they become available.
Expiration dates on all PLAYpasses that were purchased online directly from us will be extended,
all Birthday party deposits will be saved for you as a store credit.
You are welcome to reach out anytime.with questions at:
In the meantime, one thing we know for sure:
Encourage physical activity to your children and participate in Play time.
It supports the sense of well-being and is more important than ever.
With kids home from school and events and extracurricular activities canceled, boredom and anxiety may intensify for the whole family.
Play time allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, and physical, cognitive, and emotional strength.
Play time is important to healthy brain development.
It is through Play time that children at a very early age engage and interact in the world around them.
Allow them to increase their confidence through developing new skills. Promote their imagination, independence and creativity, offer opportunities for children of all abilities and backgrounds to Play Together provide opportunities for developing social skills and learning.
You might find out that it might be missing from your adult life as well.
Indoor Obstacle Course
You can build an obstacle course around child-proofed areas; this is a fun option for kids of various ages.
What You Will Need:
Chairs / Blankets / Exercise ball / Hula hoops / Anything else that may be useful
How to Play
Set up the course as space permits and as you would like it and make the rules
Each obstacle may require a different way to cross through it. For example, ask your child to pass from under a chair or
pass through the blanket tunnel twice before he could move on to the next obstacle.
He will be given a point only after successfully completing each obstacle
Child-proof the area before setting up an obstacle course to avoid any injuries.
Here’s the link for Top 40 Fun Indoor Games for Kids