The Best Indoor Play Spaces for Long Island Toddlers
Social Play Haus encourages drawing on tables. Photo by Jaime Sumersille
Social Play Haus – Plainview
update: Playtime is by reservation only currently. Review all the health and safety protocols before visiting.
Parents can grab a pint, a glass of wine, or a cup of coffee while young ones climb, jump, and play in the designated indoor playground. The Cedar Works play structures are the perfect size for toddlers and their physical abilities. There is also a play kitchen, dress-up area, train table, and even board games for older siblings.
Long Island Children's Museum – Garden City
update: Capacity is limited, and timed-entry tickets are required to visit. Review all the safety protocols before your visit.
Little ones will delight in all the exhibits at this kid-friendly museum, but of particular interest to toddlers are Tot Spot and Climb It. At Tot Spot, kids can play in the pretend train, grocery store, or construction areas, as well as wiggle, jump, slide, and play. In Climb It, geared toward ages 4+, they'll find two stories of crawling and climbing adventures.
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Xplore Family Fun Center has a dedicated toddler play area. Photo by Thien Nguyen August
Suffolk County Play Spaces for Toddlers
Xplore Family Fun Center – Port Jefferson Station, Commack
update: These play spaces are set to reopen on Friday, March
With a designated toddler space, which includes a soft merry-go-round, as well as a large, multilevel climbing structure and arcade games, Xplore's Port Jefferson branch is a great spot for families of toddlers and elementary-age kids. Check out our full review of the Port Jefferson location. At the Commack location, find a toddler area stocked with soft playthings and limited to kids ages 3 and younger. A jungle gym with twisty slide lines one wall, too. While it is owned by the folks behind Riverhead's Safari Adventure, Xplore seems to offer more for younger kids.
A Latte Fun – Huntington
update: Reservations are recommended, but walk-ins are allowed if space is available. View the safety guidelines before visiting.
Crawlers, toddlers, and older kids enjoy the large, enclosed play area while parents appreciate the full-service coffee bar. Founded by a local mom of two young ones, there's plenty of engaging playthings, and regular events, storytimes, and classes are hosted here. Light breakfast and lunch items are also available, along with its ‘not-so-hot’ hot chocolate for kids. Only one adult can accompany their child in the play area, but a second adult can wait in the cafe. Ample time is left between play sessions to sanitize and disinfect.
Children's Museum of the East End – Bridgehampton
update: Reservations are required to visit. Please review the safety FAQs beforehand. Families who wish to use the Crawler Garden can request a special set of toys for use.
The Children's Museum of the East End caters to kids ages and features several themed play spaces. Children can run a general store or soda fountain, enjoy a story inside an upside-down book, crawl through hollow logs and mouse holes, sail a ship, drive a fire truck or tractor, play nine-holes of mini-golf outside, and more. The museum's open arts-and-crafts studio features ongoing drop-in projects, and there is a special Crawler Garden for pre-walkers.
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Sky Zone offers plenty of padded space to bounce the wiggles out, though it's currently closed.
Toddler-Friendly Play Spaces Temporarily Closed Due to COVID
Sky Zone – Multiple Locations
If your toddler loves to run and jump, Sky Zone helps expel some of that extra energy. Trampolines cover the floors and walls, and there's a foam pit for brave leapers. For $14, kids younger than 5 can jump for up to 2 hours during scheduled toddler time. Toddlers can hop, jump, and leap, while parents can relax knowing little ones won't be run over by bigger kids or adults.
Bounce! Trampoline Sports – Syosset
This facility features a separate toddler area with small bounce houses. At Toddler Time, little ones ages can jump and play without worry and look for guest appearances by their favorite characters. Be sure to wear or bring socks.
Junior Jet Club – Garden City
Housed inside the Cradle of Aviation Museum, this interactive play area caters to children up to age 6. Young aviators can build, explore, and even settle down for a story in its book corner. The Junior Jet Club is included with museum admission, or you can enjoy it minus the museum for a nominal fee. Enjoy a mock airplane cockpit, foam rockets, a Lego table, and more.
Adventure Kids – Sayville
Clean and organized, Adventure Kids has multiple play areas for toddlers and young children. Toddlers and crawlers alike can enjoy the front play area, where there are large building blocks, Little People playsets, and a kitchen. A water play table is too high for younger ones, but caregivers can easily pick them up so they can splash around with their hands. Through a hallway is a larger play area, with push cars, train sets, a faux store, and a large slide. Lego areas are separated into smaller enclosed areas, where there are also Duplo bins for toddlers. Check its Facebook page for weekly open play schedules and special events. Socks are required.
Wood Kingdom East – Coram
What kid doesn't love to run, hide and climb on a swing set? Imagine an entire room full of playsets, and that's Wood Kingdom. In addition to wooden swing sets, this location also has inflatables. While you can go there to purchase a set for your backyard, it also offers open playtime on its equipment.
Unless noted, photos courtesy of the facilities
A version of this article was originally posted in It was updated by writer Gina Massaro in February
The Best Indoor Play Spaces in Nassau County
Williston Park — Hillside Avenue
Grown-ups will appreciate this clean and eco-friendly play space, and kids will enjoy everything from the wooden climber to the arts-and-crafts activities and pretend play areas. Visitors are encouraged to play, learn, and discover new things together in this bright and inviting space that was designed and is run by two educators.
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Liddle Bites offers plenty to do in its cozy space in Long Beach.
Liddle Bites Play Cafe
Long Beach — East Park Avenue
This intimate and extensive play space is perfect for babies, crawlers, and preschoolers. It features life-sized dollhouses and stores for imaginative play, and so much more, from dolls to trains, blocks, puzzles, books, and art supplies. Parents are encouraged to order lunch or an early dinner from one of the many nearby restaurants, and snacks and drinks are available at reasonable prices. Admission is $10 per child and $7 for crawlers; adults are FREE. Season passes at a discounted rate are available. Socks are required in the play space.
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Lolli Bop Cafe boasts more than 2, square feet of play space, and Wi-Fi for grown-ups.
Lolli Bop Cafe & Play
Lawrence — Central Avenue
Look no further for a play space for kids that also offers coffee, a healthy cafe menu, and Wi-Fi. This play cafe keeps kids busy with a rock climbing wall, Lego table, music area, club house, lots of games, a toddler area, and a dress-up area. Adults can supervise close by with a latte in hand.
Long Island Children's Museum
Garden City — 11 Davis Avenue
Admission includes the indoor play areas, Tot Spot and Climb It. At Tot Spot, kids can play in the pretend train, grocery store, or construction areas, as well as wiggle, jump, slide, and play. Climb It offers two stories of crawling and climbing adventures. It is recommended for ages 4 and older with a minimum height of 42 inches. The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm and memberships are available.
Long Island’s Laser Bounce
Levittown — Hempstead Turnpike
This large indoor complex has something for kids of all ages. Rooms are filled with bouncers. There's also a big ball-filled climbing area with ball cannons, a laser tag arena, a full-sized game arcade, and a stuff-a-bear station. Unless already booked, all activities are available for parties or public play. The facility tries each week to list on its website times when each area is open to the public, but it advises calling first.
Take a drive in a play car at Momo's Clubhouse.
Syosset — Eileen Way
The main attraction at this indoor play space is the three-level climbing structure. Kids ages 2 through 9 can enjoy different areas of the structure, but there is also a separate area for crawlers to play safely. There are plenty of interactive toys, pretend play areas, and games to engage little hands and big imaginations.
Once Upon a Treetop
Plainview — Dupont Street
This large indoor space focuses on creating settings for imaginative play. It is probably best for younger children, but older kids, especially if part of a mixed-age group, can have fun as well. The space is organized as if it were a little town or city, with rooms set up as a post office, restaurant, school, veterinary office, grocery store, construction zone, and more. Kids can run from room to room or ride little cars and bikes. There is a climbing treehouse on the property with a slide. Parents must supervise children, but staff are available to encourage imaginative play. Crawlers must wear socks.
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The little town play area at the Long Island Children's Museum celebrates the work adults do in our communities.
Pump It Up
Great Neck, Plainview
Community Drive, Suite , Great Neck
This center has open-bounce sessions on various dates and times, so check its event calendar. It also features a wind tunnel and hosts glow-bounce and supervised drop-off, parents-night-out sessions. Any age, even adults, can bounce, but there is a minimum height requirement of 34 inches. Socks are required. The Plainview site offers pop-in play for ages at various times listed on its calendar. It also offers sessions for children with special needs. These sensory jump events require tickets in advance. Occupational therapists are welcome to accompany children.
Wantagh — Merrick Road
In addition to special events held throughout the year, Sensory Beans usually offers a morning and late afternoon open play session. Toddlers and preschoolers can enjoy climbing, swinging and jumping on the different play structures. There are also sensory play areas, such as water mats, sensory boards and an interactive game projected onto the ground. What makes sensory beans truly unique is the staff, who don't just walk around cleaning up. They interact and play with the young ones as well. Accessible equipment is also an integral part of the play space, making it comfortable for children of all abilities.
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Kids will thrill to the playtime possibilities at Sippy Cups Cafe.
Sippy Cups Cafe
Seaford — Merrick Road
For the 6-and-younger crowd, Sippy Cups Cafe offers a wooden climber with slides and peep holes, a train table, puppet theater, Duplo for building, and a cozy reading area. Adults will appreciate the selection of coffees and teas, as well as breakfast, lunch, and snack offerings that include pizza, sandwiches, salads, and baked goods. Sippy Cups Cafe is open Monday to Saturday, so grab your socks and enjoy your coffee while it's hot.
Social Play Haus
Plainview — Express Street
Parents can enjoy a hot coffee or local beer while they watch the kids run and play. Social Play Haus is the perfect name for Nassau's newest indoor play space, as it mainly focuses on allowing parents to enjoy social time while they comfortably watch their children play. They also offer private events, making it a great option for those with a guest list of adults and children.
Unless noted, photos are courtesy of the venues.
A version of this post was published in January It was updated by writer Gina Massaro in January
Today's Top Indoor Play Areas
With rain in the forecast, parents will be looking for indoor activities to keep the kids entertained. Indoor play areas are the perfect fun venue for preschoolers as well as parents. Be sure to wear socks and get ready to slide, jump and play. Most places donot allow shoes, even for non-bouncing parents. (This is also great for a cleaner environment!) The slides are sanitized and inspected for safe, good, clean fun. Climb to the top of a giant inflatable and slide down. Wiggle through an obstacle course, go through tunnels, climb cargo nets, play bouncy basketball or use ball cannons. All of these activities are included in the session price. There are usually sibling discounts as well as parents play for free. Some places even offer themed bounces. Wouldn't it be fun to wear glow in the dark accessories while bouncing in the dark? This is geared for older kids. Many of these are also party spaces. Double check the open play schedules before heading out. The staff are often teenagers who love interacting with the kids. They seem to have almost as much fun as your children.
Here are our favorite Indoor Play Areas for your family to bounce around.
- Bounce U
Multiple locations in Farmingdale, Smithtown & Oceanside
Your family will love to graduate from Bounce U! Major in interactive games, giant inflatables, slides and obstacle courses.
Wilson St. Port Jefferson Station ()
The name says it all. Play daily from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m.
- Pump it Up
Dupont Street, Plainview ()
Their Pop-In Playtimes are great for the kids to jump around like crazy and for parents to make new friends.
Dominion Boulevard, Ronkonkoma ()
Non-stop fun in their two huge jump rooms. They also feature a game room with simulator and sports games.
85 Sea Lane Farmingdale ()
The grand play arena is on three levels. Kids will love playing with the thousands of foam balls that move around and fall out of the giant basket.
- Safari Adventure
Pulaski Street, Riverhead ()
Your little adventurer will enjoy the four level ‘Kilimanjaro' playground.
- Laser Bounce
Hempstead Turnpike, Levittown ()
Parents will enjoy Wifi while their kids are bouncing, playing laser tag, going to the Ballocity Arena or creating a stuff-a bear.
- Active Kidz
Robbins Lane, Jericho ()
Toddlers have their own area while older kids will enjoy the adventure maze, laser frenzy, rockclimbing wall and the cannonball blast.
- Hop N' Bop
West Jericho Turnpike, Smithtown ()
Their famous Velcro Wall is a must do for everyone! The double lane slide is great to race a friend.
- The Children's Safari
6 Rockaway Avenue, Valley Stream ()
Children will enjoy playing in the 8, square feet of playspace. You can also make a safari friend in the stuffing area.
The next time your kids ask, "what are we going to do today?" wow them with one of these indoor play areas. Bring along some friends or be ready to make some new ones while the kids are having fun. Let us know about your favorite indoor play area on the Long Island.com forum!
The Kids Are Getting Ansy!
The chilly weather might force your little ones indoors, but they dont have to be confined to your home all winter long. I know that even I sometimes turn into a hermit when the winter time rolls around! After youve watched Peppa Pig and Mickey Mouse for the umpteenth time and your kids are climbing the walls, get up and out with our list of the 5 best indoor play destinations in Nassau County. Most of these places are affordable and easy to access.
Top 5 Places To Visit:
Bounce U — Farmingdale
Bounce U franchises have been popping up all over in recent years, and there are several on Long Island. Each has slightly different hours, programs, and rates, so check the website for details. Times and days for open-bounce sessions vary. Reservations are required and should be made as far in advance as possible, especially for the popular family bounce nights and cosmic bounce sessions for kids of all ages.
Once Upon A Treetop Plainview
Once Upon a Treetop, Inc. is an interactive city designed for imaginations young and old! An ideal play space for children under eight, it is the largest imaginative indoor playground around! There is so much to do in their 8, square foot facility play in a makeshift city, take an EDUCATIONAL and Fun Parent & Me class, participate in a SUPER SPECIAL themed event, shop in their awesome TOY BOUTIQUE. I recently took my son and he loved it so much that we ended up spending 4 hours there!
Cup OFun Cafe — Valley Stream
Kids can climb their way up the rock wall, jump in the bounce house castle, play dress-up, build with Legos, and interact with each other in a virtual 3D world. The multilevel climbing structure has plenty of slides and tunnels to keep your little ones entertained for hours. Adults and kids can take a break and enjoy a drink or snack at the cafe for when hunger strikes.
Kiddie Playland — Williston Park
Grown-ups will appreciate this clean and eco-friendly play space, and kids will enjoy everything from the wooden climber to the arts-and-crafts activities and pretend play areas. Visitors are encouraged to play, learn, and discover new things together in this bright and inviting space that was designed and is run by two teachers.
Fun and Educational
Long Island Childrens Museum — Garden City
Admission includes the indoor play areas, Tot Spot and Climb It. At Tot Spot, kids can play in the pretend train, grocery store, or construction areas, as well as wiggle, jump, slide, and play. Climb It offers two stories of crawling and climbing adventures. The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm and memberships are available. Keep in mind that many libraries offer free museum passes for adults with children. Check with your local library for details.
So fret not! Get your kids out of the house and have some fun!
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Indoor places to play on Long Island
Whether it's too hot or too cold, if you want to take the kids somewhere to play indoors, we've got you covered.
For a modest fee, children can bounce, run, jump and slide, play games, drive go-karts and more at these local venues, all while parents relax and maybe even chat with one another.
Take a look at the many indoor places for kids to play in Nassau and Suffolk.
Bouncers and Slydos
WHERE New Highway, Farmingdale, , bouncersandslydos.comHOURS Call ahead for current times. INFO An inflatable obstacle course, starting with a ladder climb that leads to either a slide or zipline, as well as a course that starts with an inflatable ladder that leads to either a slide or air mattress jump; a foot inflatable zipline is also available. COST $15 to bounce, $18 to bounce and zip line.
Bowlmor Long Island
WHERE Walt Whitman Rd., Melville, , bowlmor.com. HOURS Mon, Wed-Thurs: 4 p.m a.m., Tues, Fri: 4 p.m a.m., Sat: 11 a.m a.m., Sun: 11 a.m a.m. INFO $7 lanes for bowling plus an arcade with video and challenge games. COST Call ahead for prices.
Active Kidz Long Island
WHERE Robbins Ln., Jericho; , activekidzlongisland.com. Hours: Call for open play schedule. INFO 20,square-foot family entertainment center featuring an interactive floor laser frenzy game; laser tag arena; inflatable fun zone, cannonball blast; arcade, rock-climbing wall and Ninja Warrior obstacle course. COST no admission fee, attractions are pay for play; call or check the website for prices.
Bounce! Trampoline Sports
WHERE Michael Dr., Syosset, , bouncesyosset.com.HOURS Open play Mon-Thurs: 4 p.m p.m., Fri-Sat: noon-8 p.m. (Times vary on vacation schedule and holidays) INFO Indoors, 50, square feet of interconnected trampolines for dodgeball, slam drunk basketball, six foam pits and open bounce time. COST $ for one hour, $ for two-hours, $ for three hours; call or check the website for pricing on other packages.
Chuck E. Cheese's
WHERE Stores in Hempstead (), Hicksville (), West Islip () and Patchogue (). HOURS 11 a.m p.m. Sun.-Thurs., 11 a.m p.m. Fri., 10 a.m p.m. Sat. INFO Indoor complex with kiddie rides, video games, skee-ball, air hockey, restaurant, toddler zone. COST Varies per package, call ahead.
The Clubhouse (East Hampton)
WHERE Daniels Hole Rd., East Hampton; , ehitclubhouse.comHOURS noon p.m. Mon, Thurs, noon-midnight Fri, 10 a.m.-midnight Sat, 10 a.m p.m. Sun. INFO While it may turn into more of an adult venue at night, during the day kids can bowl or play in a video game arcade. COST no admission fee but prices vary for attractions are pay for play; call ahead or check the website for prices.
Cup o' Fun Cafe
WHERE 6 Rockaway Ave., Valley Stream; , cupofuncafe.comHOURS Times vary to accommodate private events; call ahead or check online to confirm open play schedule. INFO features an interactive indoor playground with more than 8, square feet: a multilevel climbing unit of slides, tunnels and a mini rock climbing wall. COST $16 first child, $14 each sibling; $8 crawlers.
Dave and Buster's
WHERE Locations: Massapequa (1 Sunrise Mall; ) Westbury ( Old Country Rd.; ) and Islandia ( Veterans Memorial Hwy.; ); daveandbusters.comHOURS Sun-Thurs: p.m a.m.; Fri-Sat: a.m. (2 a.m. in Westbury) INFO Amusement complex with video and virtual-reality redemption games, bowling, billiards, sports bar, restaurant. Price: Varies on package. Call or visit the website for more information.
WHERE 24A Great Neck Rd., Great Neck, , dreamnastics.comHOURS Open gym hours: Mon, Wed: 1 p.m p.m., Fri: 10 a.m p.m. INFO Parents and their children can enjoy classes together. You'll find mats, toys, slides, trampolines, air logs and much more, as well as a baby zip line. Class times vary. COST Call ahead for prices.
Flight Fit n' Fun
WHERE Lakeland Ave., Ronkonkoma, , flightfitnfun.com. HOURS Opens at 9 a.m. daily, closes at 9 p.m. Mon-Thurs, closes at 11 p.m. Fri-Sat and 8 p.m. Sundays. Sensory friendly jumps 9 a.m a.m. every first Sunday of the month: $17 for the hour (includes parent and child) INFO a court featuring several trampolines, a tumble track, three dodgeball courts, a foam pit, trampoline wall and two hydraulically lifted basketball lanes with dunking ability. The arcade offers such games as air hockey, a hurricane simulator and basketball shooting, and the toddler area has age-appropriate trampolines and foam building blocks. COST call ahead for costs; advance ticket purchase and waiver available on venue website.
WHERE Michael Dr., Syosset; , greatplay.com. HOURS Classes require advance registration; call for open gym session times. INFO Offers play programs for children ages six months years. Features an interactive play area that allows for jumping, throwing and other equipment intended to enhance locomotion and athletic skills. COST Four consecutive weeks of classes: $, $ for eight weeks, annual family membership: $ Call or visit the website for more information.
Greenport Antique Carousel
WHERE Mitchell Park, Front St., Greenport; , villageofgreenport.orgHOURS Open hours change seasonally; call ahead or check website. INFO Restored s carousel in glass pavilion. COST $2
High Velocity Indoor Paintball
WHERE S. Fehr Way, Bay Shore; , hvpaintball.comHOURS Wed-Fri: 6 p.m p.m., Sat: 10 a.m p.m., Sun: 10 a.m p.m. INFO features a 25,square-foot indoor arena, obstacles change weekly; pro shop. Consent and waiver forms required. COST $25; $25 for paint balls, $45 for , $75 for For more information call ahead or visit their website.
Karts Indoor Raceway
WHERE Union Pkwy., Ronkonkoma, , karts1.comHOURS Mon-Thurs: 11 a.m p.m., Fri-Sat: 11 a.m.- 1 a.m., Sun: 11 a.m p.m. INFO Indoor facility featuring track racing, The Launch laser maze, small-ball blacklight bowling, a cafe and an arcade. Available for events; height for driving alone is 52", passengers with adults must be 40". COST Call ahead for prices; for more information visit the website.
Laser Bounce Levittown
WHERE Hempstead Tpke., Levittown; , lilaserbounce.comHOURS Mon-Thurs: 11 a.m p.m.; Fri: 11 a.m p.m.; Sat: 10 a.m p.m., Sun: 10 a.m p.m. INFO Features include laser tag, arcade games, inflatables and the "Ballocity" interactive play arena. COST $, adults: $5 (adults only permitted to participate in Ballocity); open play hours are available on the venue's website.
WHERE Two locations: Milbar Blvd., Farmingdale, and Middle Country Rd., Coram, ; laserkingdoms.comHOURS Sun-Thurs: noon-8 p.m., Fri: noon p.m., Sat: noon-9 p.m. INFO Laser tag is this spaces main attraction, but there is also an arcade. COST $10 for two games; call for more information on promotional pricing.
WHERE 54 Vanderbilt Motor Pkwy., Commack, , lazerlandofli.com. HOURS Thurs: 4 p.m p.m., Fri: 4 p.m p.m., Sat: 11 a.m p.m., Sun: 11 a.m p.m. INFO Indoor laser tag, dodgeball, a gaga pit, an arcade room and snack counter. Open play hours change regularly so call in advance. COST Varies on package. Call or visit the website to get more information.
Long Island Puppet Theater
WHERE 10 Heitz Pl., Hicksville; , lipuppet.com. HOURS Shows are on Tues-Sun:t p.m., p.m. INFO Performances are staged with either hand puppets or marionettes. Interactive magic shows, craft workshops. COST $13 if you order tickets ahead, $15 at the door. They do book parties and private events so call or check the website beforehand.
WHERE Eileen Way, Ste , Syosset; , momosclubhouse.comHOURS Open play is Monday and Friday 10 a.m p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 10 a.m p.m., but check website for scheduling changes. INFO The space has a three-tier jungle gym with slides and obstacle course, open area for crawlers and wheeler riding, play camper, play farmer's market, art nook, LEGO nook, bean bag wall and play cafe; also features cafe for adults serving coffee, snacks, beverages and baked goods. COST $18 for walking children, $9 for crawlers, infants are free and additional adults $5. (Rate includes the child and two adults).
WHERE Located next to to the Cradle of Aviation Museum, Charles Lindbergh Boulevard, Garden City, , cradleofaviation.orgHOURS Tues-Fri: noon-4 p.m.; Sat-Sun: noon-5 p.m. INFO Built in , the carousel was restored and reopened in COST $2. For more information call or visit their website.
Once Upon a Sundae
WHERE 20 S. Village Ave., Rockville Centre; , onceuponasundae.comHOURS Open play Tues-Wed: a.m.- p.m., Thurs-Fri: a.m p.m. INFO Kid-size ice cream parlor; various dress-up themes available, includes pizza, crafts, activities and create-your-own sundae. COST $8 first child, $6 for siblings. Call or visit the website for more information.
Once Upon a Treetop
WHERE Dupont St., Plainview, , onceuponatreetop.com. HOURS Open play: Mon, Fri: 10 a.m p.m.; Tues, Wed, Thurs: 10 a.m p.m. INFO a foot-tall eucalyptus tree provides a treehouse; there's also a train station, grocery store, schoolhouse and rooms with interactive play. COST $16 walkers, $12 crawlers (One parent free with one child; each additional is $5). For more information visit the website or call ahead.
WHERE Middle Country Rd., Selden; , plasterkraze.comHOURS Mon-Thurs: noon-6 p.m.; Fri: noon-8 p.m.; Sat: 11 a.m p.m.; Sun: 11 a.m-5 p.m. INFO Arts-and-crafts studio and party center. COST prices vary per item to paint.
Port Jefferson Raceway
WHERE Portion Rd., Ronkonkoma, , portjeffraceway.com. HOURSTues-Fri: 1 p.m p.m., Sat: 11 a.m p.m., Sun: 11 a.m p.m., INFO Call ahead for prices or other information.
Pump It Up
WHERE Community Dr., Suite , Great Neck; , pumpitupparty.com. INFO Features inflatable obstacles, slides and tunnels for children inches in height or taller (smaller kids can play in the "Tot Spot"), as well as interactive games and a soft ball air cannon. COST Open play $ (add $ for a food option). Call for prices of special events and classes.
WHERE Voice Rd., Carle Place, , qzarny.comHOURS Sun-Thurs 10 a.m p.m., Fri-Sat 10 a.m a.m. (Call ahead or check website for open laser tag times.) INFO features indoor laser tag and arcade games in a Star Wars-type maze. "Blow Out" Fridays and Saturdays (8 p.m.- 12 a.m.) includes continuous laser tag ($20 a person). COST $7 a session.
WHERE 40 Daniel St., Farmingdale, , rpmraceway.com. HOURS Mon-Thurs: noon p.m., Fri: noon p.m., Sat: 10 a.m.-midnight, Sun: 10 a.m p.m. INFO Drivers compete in groups separated into ages (must be four and five feet tall), ages and adults with valid driver's licenses (must be at least 4' 10" in height). Racers must have temporary race licenses or a membership. COST $30 one race; $65 annual membership. For more information call or visit the website.
WHERE Pulaski St., Riverhead, , thesafariadventure.com. HOURS 10 a.m p.m. daily (Opens at 9 a.m. every second Saturday of the month for special needs children) INFO Daily open play with inflatable bouncers, video games and an foot, four-level playground with slides, tunnels, tubes and obstacle courses; features Motion Commotion projector game and a full cafe. COST ages infant $$13, ages $$18; ages , (infants free with older children); adults free. Call or visit the website for any more information.
WHERE 51 Gibson Ave., Huntington, , sandboxplayspace.com. HOURS Open Play Monday through Friday 10 a.m p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m p.m. INFO This drop-in play space is geared toward babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Kids can roam the different stations, which include kitchen play, a hardware store, a teepee, a wood slide, a flower market, a dress-up area and more. Toys are handcrafted from natural materials. COST $20 first child; $10 second child; $10 infants older than 10 months.
WHERE Commerce Dr., Hauppauge, , simplayny.com. HOURS Sun-Thurs: 9 a.m p.m., Fri.-Sat: 9 a.m p.m. INFO 15, square feet with 8 sports simulators, including golf (87 PGA courses, such as Bethpage Black, Pebble Beach and PGA National), football, baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, zombie dodgeball and carnival games. COST $45 an hour 10 a.m p.m. Mon-Thurs; $55 5 p.m p.m. Mon-Thurs. For more information call or check the website.
Sippy Cups Cafe
WHERE Merrick Rd., Seaford, , sippycupscafe.comHOURS Tues-Fri 9 a.m p.m.(Hours to vary week to week). INFO Play area aimed at children ages six and younger, with a climbing and sliding structure, play train set, a play kitchen and a LEGO table, books and large stuffed animals; also has a a cafe serving fresh-roasted coffee, teas, snacks and baked goods. COST $14 first child, $10 second child and $6 crawlers; guests will be asked to sign a waiver the first time they bring kids to play. For more information visit the website or call ahead.
Sky Zone Trampoline Park
WHERE Locations in Deer Park ( Rodeo Dr.; ; skyzone.com/deerpark) and Mount Sinai ( Route 25A; ; skyzone.com/mtsinaiHOURS vary, may be closed on Mondays or Wednesdays INFO Indoor trampoline park with foam pits, dodge ball, basketball and a warped wall. COST Prices vary between parks; for any more info on pricing or hours visit the website.
The Brick Center
WHERE Johnson Ave., Bohemia, HOURS Open build Monday and Friday p.m p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m p.m. INFO Kids can unleash their creativity by building unique creations, playing games and more simply by playing with Lego bricks. Programs are tailored to specific age groups and areas of interest. Classes are about an hour long and vary in price. COST $18 min, $99 monthly pass (Good for all three open build days) For information on classes, events or prices, call ahead.
Tiki Action Park
WHERE Middle Country Rd., Centereach; , tikiactionpark.comHOURS Closes seasonally, hours vary during open days. INFO features go-karts, game arcade, mini-golf, skee-ball, laser maze, snack bar. Parties and special events. COST Packages vary. For any more information call ahead or visit the website.
United Skates of America
WHERE Hicksville Rd., Seaford; , unitedskates.comHOURS Public Skate times vary. INFO Weekly skate nights featuring laser lights and special events; there's also a cafe, arcade and skate lessons are available. COST $ public skate, $5 skate rental. For more information on early bird specials, special events and more call ahead or visit the website.
WHERE Two locations: Milbar Blvd., Farmingdale, , woodkingdomwest.com. Middle Country Rd., Coram, , woodkingdomeast.com. HOURS Open Play Monday-Friday at Wood Kingdom West: a.m.- 4 p.m., Wood Kingdom East: a.m p.m. INFO Each location is individually owned and operated. Kids can test ride all the Wood Kingdom play sets in the showrooms. Kids can snack on free juice and cookies. COST $12 Wood Kingdom West (Does vary depending on day); $10 Wood Kingdom East. For any more information call ahead or visit the websites.
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If you are looking for play places on Long Island where you can take your kids, look no further than this FunNewYork.com directory! We give you a list of indoor playgrounds on Long Island. These places are filled with play structures, ride-on toys, arcade games, slides and all the indoor play Long Island kids love.
A Great Place for Indoor Play Long Island!
There's so much to do and see at Active Kidz that you'll just have to bring your kids back again and again. If you have smaller children you can check out the Toddler Center where there are interactive toys and educational games as well as a mini pirate ship for fun imaginative play. Older kids will love the Rock Climbing Wall or the Cannonball Blast where they can shoot targets and retrieve their balls while avoiding getting hit by the soft foam balls that are flying through the air.
A four tiered adventure maze is one of the favorites at this indoor playground Long Island where kids can climb up and down, slide down the spiral or straight slides, peek through lookout windows and crawl through winding tunnels.
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Fun 4 All
One of the Top Long Island Indoor Play Places!
This 20, square foot play area is like no other with its wide variety of toys, climbing structures and play equipment. Your kids won't want to leave when they get a taste of the fun they can have at Fun 4 All. Inflatable bouncers and slides, climbing frames and tree houses, tunnels and slides and a huge moon room, all will keep your children busy for hours.
This Long Island play place is best for children ages 1 through Kids can stop by the snack bar for some refreshment between playing. Ask about having your child's next birthday party there for a fun time they will never forget!
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