Indoor Play Spaces in Fairfield County


A boy holding a ball in an indoor play space.If we moms have learned anything these past couple of years, it’s that being stuck in the house with our kids for days on end isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. I can only be an entertainment director for so long. On nice days, my kids will happily play outside for hours. But when it’s freezing or raining, that’s just not appealing to any of us.

I’ve rounded up some indoor play spaces in Fairfield County for kids of all ages to burn off that pent-up energy. Luckily, we’ve got a great variety of places in the area. Try them all – it’s going to be a long winter!

Best Place Ever {Stamford}

This large multi-level jungle gym will have your kids climbing, crawling, swinging, and sliding. There is also a room full of toys perfect for younger children. Drop-in times are available Monday through Friday, and their fees are day rates, which means that you can take a break from playing and head next door for drop-in crafts at Best Time Ever (prices vary by project).

Chelsea Piers Connecticut {Stamford}

Drop-in activities include the Splash Zone, where your little ones can splash in shallow water or slide into pools, the Jump, Climb & Ninja Zone, Gymnastics & Ninja Parkour, and the Little Athletes Zone for kids 6 months to 5-years-old.

Sky Zone {Norwalk}

If you have kids who like to jump and be physical, this could be an excellent option for you. In addition to wall-to-wall trampolines, there are climbing walls, trapezes, obstacles and challenges, and a Ninja Warrior course. Worried your child may be overwhelmed? They host designated Toddler Times and Sensory Hours.

Stepping Stones Museum {Norwalk}

After a long COVID hiatus, this hands-on, play-focused children’s museum is back! With separate baby, toddler, and bigger kid areas, plus a water room, this is a great place to spend the day with your littles.

The Sports Center of Connecticut {Shelton}

This is a huge complex with tons of different activities, including hockey and ice skating, laser tag, an arcade, and bowling.

Jumpz and Thrillz {Danbury}

A trampoline park and an adventure park right next door to each other, Jumpz offers wall-to-wall trampolines with glow-in-the-dark jumping, basketball, dodgeball, a junior jump area, and more. Thrillz has ninja-like obstacle courses, plus zip lining and rock climbing.

More indoor play spaces around Fairfield County, include:

Get Air Trampoline Park {Stamford}
The Fun Palace {Stamford}
Tumble Jungle {Norwalk}
Jungle Gym at Ole Soccer {Fairfield & Monroe}
Our Back Yard Playplace {Fairfield}
Rockin’ Jump {Trumbull}
Kidz Klub {Danbury & Trumbull}
Recess Playworks {Ridgefield}

Which indoor play space would you add to the list?



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