Edmonton indoor play spaces for kids

When the weather outside isn’t cooperating but your kids have too much energy to stay cooped up inside the house, the ideal solution can be an indoor entertainment space.Children get to play with new toys, have adventures and meet new friends, while adults sip on coffee and treats, never far away from the action. These indoor play areas offer something for everyone. [Image credit: iStock.com/vitapix]

Kidz Quarterz

172-2693 Broadmoor Blvd, Sherwood Park, AB T8H 0G1

Located in Sherwood Park, this entertaining play palace is a great place for kids to burn off energy for a few hours. In addition to their four party rooms (ideal for birthday parties, with multiple packages available), they have a huge indoor play area, plus a toddler area and restaurant. The menu is quite extensive, with everything from wraps and quesadillas to pizza and salads. Kids must be accompanied by adults (who get in for free and are allowed to play, too!) and everyone must wear socks.

Cafe O'Play

5667 Riverbend Rd NW, Edmonton, AB T6H 5K4

This indoor play area/coffee spot has about 1,000 square feet of space to play, plus tables for parents to sit at while they observe their little munchkins making new friends. Located in Riverbend, Café O Play is a fantastic place to hold play dates, with a decent coffee menu (locally roasted by Caps Coffee). They also serve freshly baked goods and breads, made in-house, in addition to soups, salads and snacks. The indoor playground is ideal for kids up to six years of age, while older kids will love the complimentary Nintendo DS.

LaunchPad Trampoline Park

6142 50 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6B 2N7

I once took my niece and nephew here, and it was crazy fun. It’s an indoor trampoline palace, with a foam pit and countless places to bounce and play. There’s trampoline dodgeball and basketball courts, plus freestyle courts and launch pads. Kids get to burn off all their excess energy, while parents either join them or watch from the safety of one of the comfy leather couches. There’s no minimum age for kids, and you don’t need to remember to bring socks – they’re too slippery on the trampoline surfaces.

Treehouse Indoor Playground Inc

10181 34 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 6J8

With three massive slides, plenty of places to crawl and climb, air hockey, a bouncy castle and more, this is paradise for active kids up to the age of 13. There’s also a toddler area for smaller children, complete with a ball pit and a small slide. The 12,000 square foot facility has tons of tables to sit at, plus a big menu of snacks and greasy treats, like poutine. They also have several party rooms, perfect for birthdays. Don’t forget to bring socks!

Magic Space

9056 22nd Ave SW, Edmonton, AB T6X 0J9

Do you ever wish that your kids could work out with you at the gym? Well, now they can! This spot has fitness equipment for adults and kids, plus a play gym for children two years old and up. There’s also an area for toddlers, plus lots of tables. The café includes a juice and smoothie bar, which uses freshly pressed organic fruits and veggies. You can also purchase salads, sandwiches, wraps, veggie and fruit trays, and baked versions of typical fast food items, like fries. The facility also hosts gymnastics classes and birthday parties.

Hide N Seek Playground

10830 170 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5S 2H7

This huge play facility includes a kids’ structure, complete with seven slides, a ball blaster zone, spider web, two large ball pits, zip lines, rope climb, a trampoline and 3D motion play games. In the toddler area, you’ll find a car track, slides, blocks, a ball pool and a play structure. There’s also a special room for younger kids to play market and use big blocks. Parents will dig the upstairs lounge, which has playground monitoring screens and kids’ movie channels. Or, hang out in the cafeteria, which also has monitoring screens. Don’t forget to stop by the candy shop!


13983 156 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T6V 1J1

Open seven days a week, this play place includes a trampoline park and an indoor playground. There’s slides, obstacle courses, soft toys for learning and playing, and more. Parents can join their kids in the trampoline park, which has a giant foam pit for jumping in, plus basketball hoops. You can even start a game of dodgeball once you get tired of jumping around. Birthday parties can take place in the indoor playground, the trampoline park or both. Plus, the four party rooms have themes: tiki island, tropical island, sandcastle and blue lagoon.


2784-8882 170 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5T 4J2

Long hailed as the world’s largest indoor amusement park, everyone has childhood memories of going to Galaxyland. Located inside West Edmonton Mall, this spectacular play park has more than 25 rides, plus play areas and party rooms. Kids of all ages will find something to amuse themselves here, whether it’s going around on the carousel repeatedly or riding the Mindbender triple-loop rollercoaster until they throw up. There’s also plenty of games to play and prizes to be won.

Chuck E. Cheese

9863 19th Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T6N 1K8

Everyone’s attended a birthday party at Chuck E Cheese at some point in their life (maybe even their own!). But, this indoor play area isn’t just for special occasions. Kids can enjoy it any time of the year, with simulator games, rides, laser challenges and arcade games (including classics, like Whack a Mole and Skee-Ball). The entertainment area is split into three sections: Toddler Zone, Kiddie Area and Skill Games and Arcade, so that everyone can have age-appropriate fun. Plus, you might even get to meet Chuck E.!

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