With cold winters and sometimes rainy summers, kids indoor play areas in Gauteng are perfect for a day out with the family and friends, where kids can play freely and parents can enjoy some relaxation for a while.
Why action indoor play areas are so awesome
Kids need to be physically active aside from being at school and extra murals. Action indoor play areas are great as they cater directly to this need to be active in a free environment. Free play is important to develop young minds where they can explore and be creative in their play. Imaginary games and friends improve brain development. Gross and fine motor skills are improved by all the jumping, tumbling, climbing and sliding around.
Cabin fever getting your kids down?
As most parents will have noticed by now, kids don’t feel cold. But we also know that we’re the ones that have to deal with sniffles and colds so we prefer to keep our kids indoors when the weather’s not favourable. So how many board games and arts and craft activities can we really go through without getting bored of those too? That’s why indoor play areas are so awesome. Kids are able to let off some steam and energy while getting a bit physical too.
Rainy day fun!
With such a variety of action indoor play areas available, kids (and parents) are spoiled for choice. From trampoline parks to indoor jungle gym areas, laser games and virtual reality experiences, indoor raceways and even a ski deck, you’ll find something that everyone will enjoy. Fun zones in shopping malls are also quite popular with tenpin bowling, bumper cars and games arcades. Make it a family day with entertainment for all to participate in.
Something for toddlers
Soft play areas are included at most of these indoor play parks. Separated from the rest of the play areas, you can rest assured that your little ones are safe. Childminders keep an eye on small kids and assist them while playing so parents can have a bit of time to relax with a cuppa and perhaps some free Wi-Fi. You’ll also find party themes especially for babies and toddlers by clicking here
How do these play parks work in terms of cost?
Most of them charge a flat rate for a specific period of time. So there will be a charge to enter and play for a specified number of hours and thereafter an additional charge may be levied. Certain companies may charge for a number of rounds of a game so be sure to understand what the cost entails.
Play park party venues
Some of the indoor play areas offer their venue for parties for kids as well. Parties can be booked in advance and all arrangements relating to the party can be made prior to the day of the party. Ask whether the venue will be for exclusive use to you for the party so you know what to expect. Remember to arrange catering, cakes, party packs, party décor and activities clearly beforehand. For a more comprehensive list of indoor party venues, click here
Restaurants and coffee shops with indoor play areas
These are popular Sunday afternoon destinations for Sunday lunches with the family. Kids may develop their favourites over time which can quickly turn into a standard Sunday outing. Restaurants serving delicious meals with children in mind usually also offer kid-friendly meals for young patrons. Find yourself a regular spot for weekends with friends and family. Find more child friendly restaurants here
Begin your search
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