When the heat or the rain puts a cramp in your plans for the day, we’ve got you covered! This list of indoor playgrounds for kids in Miami has all the activity you need to tire out the little ones and keep them from the climbing your walls. Find your new favorite spot below!
Videos From Tinybeans
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This totally-adorable kids play space is a mom’s dream come true. It offers open play and even supervised play where you can take advantage of the on-site nail salon and give yourself a break. They also offer Montessori classes on the weekdays for those looking for a little more socialization time.
8101 Biscayne Blvd #102
Just 4 Fun
This play space is located inside the Shops at Sunset Place in Miami. The toddler section is decorated in pastel pink, blue, and green, with small slides, tunnels, and little rope swings. The remainder of the space has a large play structure with a roller slide, a trampoline, climbing platforms, tunnels, and a ball pit. Food and drinks are also available for purchase.
5701 Sunset Dr.
South Miami, FL
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This indoor playground has a large play structure with lots of steps, tunnels, slides, and ramps, as well as a ball pit. There are plenty of tables outside the play area for snacks when you need a break. A big highlight is the pirate ship, perfect for pretend play.
12885 Biscayne Blvd #3
North Miami, FL
This 3,000-square-foot indoor playground caters to young kids, with separate spaces for babies and toddlers under three and kids 3-7 years. Activities include a rock wall, play structure with slides, platforms and a ball pit. There is also a bounce house and space to run around. Adults will appreciate the Nespresso cafe, with a French bakery.
2403 NE 2nd Ave., Suite 108
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We Rock the Spectrum
Kids of all abilities can play together at We Rock the Spectrum. The gym’s sensory equipment benefits both children with special needs and their neurotypical peers. There’s a zip line, trampoline, tunnel, carpet swing, climbing structure, crash pit and hammock swing, plus an arts and crafts area.
5159 S. University Dr.
Goin’ Bananas has a large, colorful play gym with tunnels, slides and a rock wall. Tables surround the play space, where adults can relax and grab a bite while the children play.
15750 SW 56th St.
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