Living in sunny, beautiful Las Vegas gives great opportunities for spending time outdoors with kids and family. But there are times throughout the year when the sun is too hot and the winter (yes, we have winter) gets too cold for your littles. Here’s a list of Indoor Play Places you can use year around, whether your kids are on a school break or they just need a new area to explore.
Kangamoo Indoor Playground– Voted Best Indoor Playground 2017 and one of our favorites, if you are near the airport with kids from 1-10 years, it’s worth buying passes. Single visits start at $10 per child for 3 hours of open play. The best part of this amazing play area is the parent lounge-with massage chairs, coffee, free wi-fi, and much more. For a limited time, they are offering free kids crafts on Wednesdays. 1525 E Sunset Rd,Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
Kinderland Indoor Play & Cafe– Located in the heart of Summerlin, starting at $12 per child (passes also available), suitable for children up to 6.
Kids Planet Indoor Playground– On Durango, just south of Flamingo, also a $10 admission to start per child, and prepaid punch cards are available also.
Jumper’s Jungle Family Fun Center– They offer group discounts as well as multi-pass packages and specialize in party packages, have open play daily and offer parent’s night out. See full calendar for more details. (2050 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89146)
Kids’ Club Las Vegas– Play for children from 1 to 8 years, starting at $10 per visit per child. Located at Craig Rd. and Jones Blvd.
Fidgets Indoor Playground and Party Place– Designed for kids 6 years and under, located in the SW on Rainbow Blvd. south of I-215. Starting at $10 per child, they also offer Free coloring and Kindermusik classes.
Giggles N Tots Las Vegas– Located on East Sunset Rd, just past Green Valley Pkwy, designed for kids 7 and under, pricing starts at $12 per child.
Uptown Jungle– Henderson’s newest indoor play place featuring trampolines, climbing walls, obstacle courses, Super Slides, Mini Zip, Ninja course, Ball blaster area and Spider tower. Pricing is $10 per hour of play Monday-Friday, and $12 on weekends. And parents play for 1/2 price.
More kids play places
Pottery Barn Kids South Rampart– Toys for kids to play with, plus story times on Tuesday and other special events through the year.
Barnes & Noble Stores– With locations in Henderson, Summerlin, and the Northwest parts of town, they usually have trains or blocks set out for kids, or they can look at books. All area stores host story times and special events, see link for details.
McDonald’s Indoor PlayPlace– Locations on S. Valle Verde Dr., S. Maryland Parkway, W. Tropicana, and N. Stephanie, these stores also offer WiFi. Grab a bite to eat off their dollar menu and let the kids burn off some energy.
Need more kid friendly ideas and ways to beat the heat? Check out the 10 Best Free and Cheap Things to do with Kids in Las Vegas. Please don’t forget to subscribe to stay up to date on the latest deals and happenings around town.