Indoor Playgrounds and Inflatables
When it's too cold, too hot or too rainy to play outside, check out these indoor playgrounds.
When it's too cold, too hot or too rainy to play outside, check out these indoor playgrounds from inflatable collection to indoor swings.
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The Sanford business offers inflatables, games, birthday parties and other special events.
Apex. Open bounces and special events in addition to private parties.
The Fayetteville indoor exploration center caters to kids ages 6 months to 5 years.
Walnut Street. Cary. The play area and carousel sit next to Sears.
Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh. The mall's playspace and coin-operated rides sit on the first floor next to Sears.
A trampoline sports arena that's part entertainment venue and part gym.
Lead Mine Road, Raleigh. Raleigh's parks and recreation department opened this indoor park in a North Raleigh Shopping Center in 2009. It includes and indoor playground a rock climbing wall for kids.
Raleigh. The business offers bumper cars, a Texan bull, plus inflatables and arcade games. Open play and party options available.
Wake Forest. Open play on the collection of bounce houses plus camps, parties and more.
Cary. Family fun nights, parties, fundraiser and more at this inflatables destination.
The Garner business features inflatables, slides, a 2,300-square-foot play structure, a toddler area and more. It offers open play, Mommy and Me time and party packages.
The Angier business includes inflatables, mini golf, batting cages and arcade. There's a special area for toddlers and another for babies. Kid Blast also offers summer camps and after school programs, along with special events.
The drop-off child care center in Raleigh offers play and stay seessions from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Mondays where parents stay and play with their kids.
Raleigh, Cary and Fayetteville. Walk-ins are always welcome to bounce on the collection of inflatables. The locations also host parties and events.
Morrisville. Outdoor playgrounds inside. Everything from slides to swings plus inflatables and more. Open play and parties available.
Raleigh. Bounce houses and other inflatables are ready for parties, open play and other special events.
A large indoor playground in Raleigh featuring the Rainbow playground brand. Available for open play.
Fayetteville Road, Durham. The play space sits on the lower level in the JCPenney Court.
5959 Triangle Town Blvd., Raleigh. The play area sits on the first level next ot Sears.
715 N. Hoover Rd., Durham. The facility includes a roller skating rink and large indoor play gym, plus go-karts, miniature golf, a skateboard park and more outside.