12 best indoor playgrounds in Toronto

Looking for fun indoor playgrounds in Toronto and the GTA? We've rounded up the best ones and they all have drop-in hours. Yay!

Playcious via Facebook

Photo: Playcious via Facebook

1. Playcious
Playcious is the place to be for family fun. The play area is enclosed and has a soft floor—perfect for crawling tots. There are multiple play areas, including a gymnasium that’s full of colourful activities that will encourage kids to test their speed, flexibility and balance. Kids can also reach for the stars in the large trampoline park. To play here, you can purchase a general entry ticket or a monthly/yearly pass. Kids under one are free with the purchase of an adult pass.into

Go play:
Monday to Thursday 10am – 8pm
Friday to Sunday 9:30am – 9pm 
50-A Caldari Road, Vaughan 

Photo: Balls of Fun

Photo: Balls of Fun

2. Balls of Fun
Welcome to Canada’s only kid’s ball gym. Founded and created by an experienced teacher and mother of two, this playground was made to encourage kids to practice ball skills. Little ones ages three and younger can enjoy the baby and toddler gym with a soft-play structure that’s perfect for crawling and cruising. Not to mention there are tons of balls to throw and kick—make sure you’re little one takes the chance to dunk the ball through the ginormous hoop. Older kids have their own section of the gym where they can dunk and kick with all their friends. Kids can try different ball activities like balancing and bouncing. The giant jungle gym complete with slides is perfect for kids and adults, so you can join in on the fun without hurting your knees. Don’t forget to try out the ball pit—it’s full of balls (and fun!) 

Go play:
Tuesday to Sunday 9:30am – 7:30pm 
3615 Laird Road, units 15 & 16, Mississauga

Bunch Of Fun via Facebook

Bunch Of Fun via Facebook

3. Bunch Of Fun
At Bunch Of Fun there’s something for the the whole family. Your tiny tot will love the smaller playground where they can crawl on and over soft toys, including an adorable carousel of animals. Older kids will race to the big playground, complete with tunnels and slides—woohoo. Parents can relax in the pottery painting studio or take a much needed break on the comfy couches. There is also a cafe with tons of tasty treats from pizza to danishes and healthy snacks too. Kids under six months are free with a paying sibling.

Go play:
Sunday to Thursday 9am – 8pm
Friday 9am – 3pm
*Please check their website as hours can vary based on capacity and private bookings.
11 Kodiak Crescent, Suite B, Toronto

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Photo: Playtown

4. Playtown
Get ready for some play-based learning at Playtown. Kids can explore eight gorgeously designed playhouses, each with a different theme like the theatre, the grocery store, the raceway—which is a secure space to zip around on PlasmaCars—and Toddler Town, which is designed for newborns through to little walkers. Parents can see the Main Street area of Playtown from the toddler area, so they can keep an eye on their older children while their babies have fun, too. Playtown also features a café with security monitors that focus on the playhouses so caregivers can have a snack or drink while still watching their kids. Little ones younger than one are free with a paid child.

Go play:
Every day 9:30am – 5:30pm
2170 Dunwin Drive, unit 6, Mississauga

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Photo: Hop Hop Jump

5. Hop Hop Jump
Kids ages one to six will have a blast on the two play structures at Hop Hop Jump. There’s a smaller area for little ones, with tents, tunnels, soft climbers to crawl on and even a slide that ends in a ball pit. And older kids get to explore a larger three-level climber complete with swirl and wave slides, a ball pit, tubes and a trampoline. The 5,000-square-foot space is filled with lots of natural light and features fun spaces for kids to explore, including an indoor tree house and a princess castle.

Go play:
Tuesday to Friday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 9:30am – 2:30pm
400 Spinnaker Way, units 11 to 12, Vaughan


Photo: Playground Paradise

6. Playground Paradise
Operated by the City of Toronto, Playground Paradise is a two-level indoor play structure located at Flemingdon Community Centre in Toronto’s east end that’s open to kids 12 and younger. The room is decorated like a meadow, with green floors, leafy fabric on the ceilings and a sky scene painted on the walls. Your brood can zoom down the spiral slide, or get their energy out on the track ride, the cargo elevator or jump in the ball pit. New play areas have been added such as a new toddler zone and a vertical play maze. The best part? Admission is free!

Go play:
Monday & Wednesday 10am – 8:30pm
Friday 1pm – 8:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12:30pm – 5pm
*Please call ahead on weekends as they tend to be busy.
150 Grenoble Drive, North York


Photo: Sprouts

7. Sprouts – Growing Bodies & Minds
This lovely light-filled indoor playground and gym is packed with all the makings of an awesome adventure for kids zero to seven. Sprouts has filled its 6,000 square feet space with three play structures that have slides, ladders and passageways to explore. There’s also a large soft play area for babies and toddlers, with smaller padded climbers, rockers and little ladders. Caregivers get treated to free coffee, tea and hot chocolate in the café. While there is no cost for the first visit, families must purchase either a play pass or part- or full-time membership to access the playground during drop-in times.

Go play:
Monday to Friday 9am – 6pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am – 4pm
183 Carlaw Avenue, Toronto


Photo: Jellybeenz

8. Jellybeenz
Jellybeenz features the most amazing castle-themed play structure that spans two-and-a-half floors. There are three slides, two bridges, a ball pit, a rock climbing wall, an eight-foot Thomas train that kids can climb into and play. There is also a separate toddler area with a princess castle and ride-on toys, and a gaming and movie section. Best suited to kids 12 and younger.

Go play:
Tuesday & Wednesday 10am – 2pm
Thursday & Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 1pm
*Please call ahead as weekend drop-in hours are dependent on party bookings
10 Bramhurst Avenue, units 12 to 14, Brampton


Photo: Lil’ Monkeys Indoor Playgrounds

9. Lil’ Monkeys Indoor Playgrounds
With a five-level soft-structured playground filled with a fully enclosed swirl slide, wave slides, punch-bag forest and moreLil’ Monkeys is bound to please kids from one to 12 years old. Other features include an arcade, two toddler sections and a rock-climbing wall. They also have a wristband policy to ensure children leave with the guardian that they came with. You’ve got to try Mighty Jump, a ride that lets those aged five to 75, free fall off a 20 foot platform and land in a giant inflatable bag. So fun!

Go play:
Monday to Friday 9:30am – 8pm
Saturday 9:15am – 8:30pm
Sunday 9:15am – 8pm 
3250 Harvester Rd., unit 5, Burlington



Photo: Extreme Fun Indoor Playground

10. Extreme Fun Indoor Playground
Your little one can get all dolled up in the dress-up centre and then explore the multi-coloured play structure in their fancy princess dress. It’s all part of the experience at Extreme Fun Indoor Playground, which is best suited for kids ages one to 10. For sports lovers, they can shoot some hoops or play foosball. And the giant jumpy castle is not to be missed. Parents are encouraged to join in on the fun or relax with a cup of coffee in the café.

Go play:
Monday to Friday 9:30am – 3pm
186 Bartley Drive, North York


Photo: Treehouse Play Centre

11. Treehouse Play Centre
Two moms wanted to create an indoor playground that parents would enjoywhere the seats are comfy and the café is full of healthy food options. That’s how Treehouse Play Centre was born. Kids zero to eight can run around the awesome play structure full of tunnels and slides. Parents can join the fun and play on the playground or relax on the couches. Babies have two special areas where they can safely play. The delicious café serves lunches on weekdays and breakfast on the weekends. And the best part? All the food is made from scratch.

Go play:
*Please check their Facebook page for updated hours
9688 Leslie Street, Richmond Hill


Photo: Kids Fun Town

12. Kids Fun Town
Take your little monkey to the jungle gym at Kids Fun Town. Best for kids younger than six, this play structure features a bouncy castle complete with a slide, ride-on toys and a mini basketball court.  Plus, an awesome rock climbing structure that kids can climb up and through. Before heading to Kids Fun Town, check their website to make sure they aren’t closed for a birthday party.

Go play:
Monday to Saturday 9am to 6pm, Sunday 9:30am to 6pm
2071 Danforth Avenue, Toronto

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