Looking for somewhere to take the kids for them to run around and burn off some energy, but it’s too cold, rainy, windy (insert whatever adjective works here) outside. Well, worry no more. We have put together a list of indoor play areas in Orlando that you can take the kiddos to. Shoes are a no-no at most of these places, so make sure you bring socks.
Updated March 2021
Indoor Play Areas in Orlando – Younger Kids
Amaya Papaya is open play place for your little ones ages 0-5. They have open drop-in to from Monday to Friday. Kids can explore and get creative in the 7 themed play areas, including: Construction Corner, Sensory Garden, Creativity Studio, Neighborhood Square, Infant Park, Movement Zone and Imagination Stage.
Important to Note: Amaya Papaya also offers enrichment events, play groups and workshops for kids.
Ages: For kids 0-6 years old
Address: 3385 S.U.S. Hwy 17-92 Suite 269, Casselberry, FL
Chuck E Cheese
Looking for a one-stop shop to entertain your little one, look no further than Chuck-E-Cheese. It has games, rides and food all in one convenient location. Kids can earn tickets to redeem for prizes and we know nothing makes a kid happier than free stuff!
Important to Note: Check the website directly for special deals and coupons.
Location: 7419 International Drive, Orlando, FL
Phone: (407) 351-3368
Grammy’s Indoor Playground
Just like going to Grandma’s house, Grammy’s Indoor Playground offers an indoor playground space for children up to age 6. Kids are able to pick and sell veggies in the farmers market, play on the jungle gym, cook in the kitchen, play with trains, draw pictures on the chalk board wall, work with tools in “Pop Pop’s Shop”, or sit back and relax on Grammy’s porch with a picture book
Important to note: You are able to bring your own lunch. Grammy’s offers a microwave, refrigerator and coffee pot for your convenience. They also offer free wi-fi.
Ages: For kids 0-5 years old
Address: 4270 Aloma Ave., Winter Park, FL
Phone: (407) 960.1827
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Kidz Play and Party
So much pretend play fun is happening at Kidz Play and Party. Help toys with Doc McStuffins, or play with the Hulk and Spiderman, slide on the inflatable slide or small jungle gyms. There is so much fun to be had here.
Location: 8080 Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32809
Phone: (321) 318-3303
Millie Moo’s Play Cafe is a fun indoor play area with slides, a small ball pit, and pretend play areas. Opened by a mom with a special needs child and a younger daughter, it is a safe space for parents with special needs children as well as younger children. Enjoy a special breakfast or lunch while you’re there. They are currently open for 2 hour sessions with reservations, as well as birthday parties.
Location: 4085 L B McLeod Rd, Orlando, FL 32811
Phone: (407) 373-4553
My Little Town Kids
My Little Town Kids is a fun place for imaginative play for kiddos. Little ones can play in the castle, have a tea party, climb and play.
Location: 2160 Whisper Lakes Blvd, Orlando, FL 32837
Phone: (407) 932-8369
196 Towne Center Cir At the Mall Seminole Towne Center, lower floor next to Macy’s, Sanford, FL 32771
Phone: (407) 932-8369
Peanut’s Playhouse is the perfect place for your little peanut to while away an hour. They can play with trains and pretend to collect tickets from passengers, hold a car race with other little kids or even rock out on the drums. Sitting and playing quietly is also an option. Whatever makes them happy, right!
Important to Note: Peanut’s Playhouse is mainly for kids 1-6 years old. Kids 7 years old and older will be accepted under certain circumstances.
Location: 1034 Pennsylvania Avenue, Saint Cloud, FL
Phone: (407) 556-3900
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Indoor Play Areas in Orlando – Older Kids
Andretti Indoor Kart & Games
Andretti Indoor Kart & Games is a fun and exciting indoor facility with so many options for everyone. Enjoy Karting, laser tag, racing simulators, a ropes/zip course, bowling, an arcade, and so much more.
Ages and heights vary, Check requirements here.
Location: 9299 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819
Phone: (407) 610-5020
Lazer Tag, Aracde, Bumper Cars, Bowling, oh my! These are just some of the activities that you can find at Hukoos. With over 25,000 sq. ft of space, there is enough room for a myriad of activities under one roof and they have definitely shoved as much as they can in there.
Location: 1051 West Sand Lake Road, Orlando, FL
Phone: (407) 907-6199
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Indoor Play Areas in Orlando – All Ages
Instead of having your kids bounce off the walls, take them to AirHeads Orlando and have them bounce on trampolines instead. Kids can bounce around to their hearts content, get lots of exercise and wear themselves out. We think that’s a pretty great combination.
Important to note: Grip socks are required and can be purchased for $2.99; socks are reusable for future jumping sessions.
Address: 33 W Pineloch Ave, Orlando, FL
Phone: (407) 270-4611
Altitude Trampoline Park has two locations in Central Florida. No two locations across the country are the same. Kids can test their skills in foam pits, extreme dodgeball, the battle beam, the warp wall, trapeze swings, trampoline basketball, and so much more!
Ages: All Ages
Location: 2703 W Osceola Pkwy, Kissimmee, FL 34741
Phone: (407) 705-2123
1810 Rinehart Rd, Sanford, FL 32771
Phone: (321) 246-3407
Funtania indoor family fun center has a good selection of indoor fun. Enjoy virtual reality escape rooms, indoor bounce area, bumper cards, arcade area, and a synthetic ice skating rink.
Location: International Festival Plaza, 6834 Grand National Dr Suite H, Orlando, FL 32819
Phone: (407) 378-6882
Kidiverse was opened to bring about learning through play! Let kids burn off energy in the jungle gym, ninja course, toddler zone, interactive game room, escape room, climbing walls, and more.
Location: 7149 N Frontage Rd, Orlando, FL 32812
If your kids like to monkey around, take them to Monkey Joe’s (pun intended). They can go crazy bouncing around and going down some serious slides. If you have little ones, don’t worry; there is a toddler only area for kids 3 and under.
Important to note: Monkey Joe’s is only for kids 12 and under
Location: 9101 International Drive, Orlando, FL
Phone: (407) 352-8484
Planet Obstacle in Lake Mary is the World’s Largest indoor obstacle park. It has something for everyone. Bumper cars, foam pit, trampolines, zipline, kiddie ninja course, and toddler play area makes for a day full of fun for the whole family.
Ages: All day access to ages 3 and up, with a separate play area for under 3.
Location: 1150 Emma Oaks Trail #100, Lake Mary, FL 32746
Have you been to or are planning to visit any of these indoor play areas in Orlando?
by Mikaela Walker and Abby O’Connor