4 best indoor playgrounds in Montreal

Trying to keep the kids entertained? Check out one of these fun indoor playgrounds in Montreal. They all have drop-in hours.



Photo: Funtropolis

1. Funtropolis
Though its claim to fame might be the colourful Styrofoam balls that kids can safely shoot from more than 40 air launchers, Funtropolis is packed with tons of other cool stuff. Your crew will love getting lost in the gigantic play maze, zipping down the three wave slides or bouncing on the enclosed trampolines. There’s also a toddler space with an age-appropriate trampoline and slides. A new feature is the multi-level spider-web climb at the Laval location. Funtropolis is best suited to kids 14 and younger.

Go play: 
3925 Boul. Curé-Labelle, Laval
2975 Boul. Moïse-Vincent, Saint-Hubert


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2. Zigzagzoo
Kids 12 and younger will go wild at this jungle-themed indoor playground with its massive four-level play structure. It’s got slides, tunnels and challenging climbers, but there’s much more. A monkey-themed traverse climbing wall, an enclosed soccer arena for little ones and a separate toddler area for kids ages three and younger. Get ready for some serious fun.

Go play:
980 St-Charles Ave., Vaudreuil-Dorion


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3. WooHoo!
WooHoo! bills itself as the largest family amusement centre in Canada, and also claims to have the largest play structure in North America. This massive playground is packed with fun activities like giant tornado slides (spiral slides that go from the top levels of the climber to the bottom), a ball blaster arena, a 28-foot climbing wall and something they call the spider jump trampoline, which lets kids safely bounce super high in the air thanks to a harness—don’t worry a staff member is there to supervise. The littlest ones are not forgotten, as they have their own interactive toddler play area.

Go play:
25 Boule. de la Cite des Jeunes, Vaudreuil


Photo: Kazoom Café

4. Kazoom Café
Kids can swing along a Tarzan rope, swoosh down one of five slides (three enclosed ones and two open ones) or climb around one of the many obstacles in the two-level play structure at Kazoom Café. Your kids can show off their moves in the dance space, complete with disco ball. Plus, there’s a separate toddler area with climbing tunnels and a playhouse for those three and younger. Kid-friendly food is available in the cafeteria. Best suited to kids age zero to 11.

Go play:
Kazoom Café
2169 Marcel Laurin Blvd., suite 160, Ville Saint Laurent

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