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Indoor Playspace for Young Kids

Updated 6/2013  Here are a few indoor playspaces for young children age 0-8’ish.  I’ve included the essential information, but please check their websites for further details, including hours of operation.  I originally had hours listed for each place, but found that they changed too often for me to keep up with.  My golden rule is to always call ahead anyways.  So, better that you pick up the phone before piling the kids in the car just to be sure!


Andies Bounce Barn

Andies Bounce Barn

Location: 32C Progress Avenue, Seymour, #203-881-3500

Cost: $10 per child, adults are free

Details: treehouse, pinball and caterpiller inflatables to name just a few.  inflatables are extra large for endless bouncing and sliding.  socks required!  hosts birthday parties.


Bounce U


1289 Foxon Road, North Branford, #203 484-9200

712 Brook St, Rocky Hill #860-529-6500

305 Hathaway Drive, Stratford #203-375-2700

Hours: Follow this link for scheduling a reservation

Cost: $11 per child, parents bounce free

Details: indoor interactive inflatables.  not recommended for children under age 3.  hosts birthday parties.



Fieldhouse Family Fun Center

Fieldhouse Family Fun Center

Location: 216 Foxon Road, North Branford, #203-484-4383

Cost: $5 per child or $12 per family, adults are free

Details: indoor playscape and arcade.  also offers cybersport and laser tag at additional cost. hosts birthday parties and sports camps.  offers outdoor rentals.


Flight Trampoline Park

Locations: 140 Production Ct‎, New Britain, CT 06051 





1106 Federal Rd, Brookfield #203-546-8470

950 Southf

: see Brookfield schedule & Middlebury scheduleord Rd, Middlebury #203-528-0118


Details: indoor inflatable activity center includes obstacle course, slides, climbing and bouncing for children of all ages.  separate toddler area.  socks required!  snack bar.  hosts birthday parties, special events and camps.


Fun for Kids

Location: 370 West Main Street, Stamford, #203-326-5656


Details: large arcade, laser tag, soft play area & snack bar.  hosts birthday parties and special events.

Jump Zone


855 Lakewood Rd, Waterbury #203-528-0164

Hours: see Canton schedule & Waterbury schedule

Cost: $10 for children 12 and under, adults and babies are free

Details: inflatable slides, obstacle courses, bounce house, interactive games, toddler activities.  hosts birthday parties.



Monkey Joe’s, Hamden

35 Marne St (off Dixwell) Hamden, CT 06514

(203) 230-9922.

Details: 12 and under, inflatable slides, obstacle courses, birthday parties


My Three Sons

Location: 62 Wall Street, Norwalk, #203-838-3013


Details: soft play gym, slides, laser tag, balladium, arcade games.  hosts birthday parties.


Playtime Village CLOSED AS OF MARCH 2010



Stay & Playone of our favorites!

Location: 175-2 Elm Street, Old Saybrook, #860-395-4446

Hours: 7 days a week from 9:30am – 5pm

Cost: $8 per child, adults and pre-crawlers are free

Details: indoor playground with slides, climbing structures, baby room, life-size school bus, foam toys.  also has a toy store, cafe with free wifi.  hosts enrichment classes and birthday parties.


painted-logo-smallThe Painted Pomegranateour favorite that’s just a skip & hop away!

Location: 360 Amity Road, Woodbridge, #203-387-2522


Stay & Play fees – $10 nonmemer/$5 member per family per visit

Drop & Create fees vary – see website for details

Details: The Painted Pomegranate is a creative center for children. The Pomegranate will allow parents (both members and non-members) to drop their children off in an experiential learning center where children can create in the art room, act on the stage, manipulate objects in the sensory tables, and become comfortable in the book nook. Classes including yoga for kids, Music Together, Music and Me, and theater, will run throughout the week. Afterschool activities for older children, fabulous birthday parties, and various parent and children workshops will also be offered.


Top Flight Sports Center closed 2012


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  1. A #

    We tried two of these, and I wanted to report back. Club Kids in North Haven was a lot of fun – we enjoyed it and will definitely go back. Jungle Gyms was another story – it appeared sketchy from the outside, and the inside didn’t get better – the bathrooms were dirty, there wasn’t a lot of equipment (just a small room), and I really couldn’t see hanging out there long. But many thanks for the tons of suggestions! We enjoy this website

    February 10, 2010
  2. kidhaven #

    Thank you so much for reporting back! Great feedback. Sorry the latter was a bad experience :0( Too bad to know since this is a new location for them (We actually haven’t been there since they moved.)

    February 10, 2010
  3. Valerie #

    Playtime Village is fabulous. First of all, it is huge, nice, and clean. They have a separate infant area to keep tiny ones from getting pummeled by excited toddlers. Also, they have a great snack bar with healthy options and they provide high chairs for babies to sit in. Could easily spend a whole day!

    February 23, 2010
  4. Crystal Babcock #

    Just as a heads-up, Playtime Village is closing. Their last day open is this weekend – March 28h!

    March 23, 2010
  5. Michelle Onofrio #

    Anyone one know of any places in Fairfeild County (specifically Norwalk/Stamofrd?)

    November 9, 2010
  6. kidhaven #

    Hi Michelle! Thanks for the question. I found a few places and will put them on here very, very soon – promise.

    November 10, 2010
  7. Jen R #

    Just wanted to add that details have recently changed for Club Kids in North Haven. They apparently have winter hours that are different than what is posted on the website, so I would make sure to call before driving up there. Also, weekday prices have changed to $6.95 per child, but the website still says $4.95. My 22 month old had a lot of fun there, but I think some of the other indoor playspaces around tend to give more bang for your buck, especially if you are paying for multiple children to play.

    January 23, 2011
  8. According to their website, Stay and Play in Old Saybrook is now $8 per child. Can you elaborate on why this is one of your favorites, kH? :)

    February 6, 2011
  9. kidhaven #

    Hi Aviva – Thanks for the info about Stay & Play. We really like Stay and Play because it was the only clean, comfortable, wide-open playspace before The Pom came along. Stay and Play is a large space where kids can move around and where you don’t feel all that cramped even on a crowded day (although I’ll admit, we’ve never been on a holiday when it’s likely extremely crowded. we avoid most places like this on school holidays). Bigger kids can sometimes get a little rambunctous and can make it dangerous for little ones – but that’s the case anywhere. There is a solid play structure that is good for older toddlers/preschoolers and up. They also have a train table, a few individual size trampolines and oversize building blocks. There is a separate, gated play section for crawlers. There is also a full size school bus where you can enjoy snacks and drinks. Sitting in the drivers seat is a highlight for M. Their cafe is a nice touch, offering coffee, tea, snacks and a small hot food menu (we’ve never eaten their food but I’m pretty sure I remember them having a menu for more than just a bag of crackers. pretty sure). They have nice couches to relax on throughout the room. The bathrooms are spacious and clean. About the only thing we don’t like about it is you aren’t technically allowed to bring your own food, although I’ve often seen folks sneak it in. All in all, we’re fans of Stay and Play even if it is a 45 minute drive. We don’t go there all that often, but when we do we make a day of it because of the longish drive.

    February 8, 2011
  10. renata #

    Sooo sad to see there is nothing (indoors) what so ever to do in stamford with the little ones.
    Outdoor yes… there are a few good parks, playgrounds and the stamford nature center.
    But nothing fun indoors. Even the libraries are boring and don’t have an interesting kids area like the libraries in Fairfield, and Westport for example.
    An older child would probably enjoy the museum at the nature center. But def not a 2 year old.

    May 18, 2011
  11. Hey there, You’ve done a fantastic job. I will certainly digg it and individually suggest to my friends. I’m sure they will be benefited from this site.

    November 25, 2011
  12. We recently tried the Bounce U in Stratford…I think I had as much fun as the kids! Big slides, bouncy house, bouncy basketball…and more. Definitely worked up a sweat! You only get to bounce for 1.5 hours, and do make a reservation as they wisely limit the number of kids…but it was enough to de-fuse my 3 very bouncy kids and their 2 bouncy friends! The young staff were very nice to the kids too!

    January 4, 2012
  13. Anonymous #

    Bounce U has a new location in North Branford next to Big Y.

    Stay and Play has extended and now has activities for children up to 12 years old!

    March 22, 2012
  14. Ana #

    I have to say I’ve been to bounce u in stratford,Ct 95 minutes of play but if its open play n u have lol they open to get hurt. I travel to north haven,Ct n went to fun kids it was a nice welcoming place,staff members very friendly,especially if u have lil one my son couldn’t drive d racecars n a staff member help him thru, a place I don’t kind taking the 40 minute drive.also food very cheap, pizza was great n free gummy bears.

    May 26, 2012
  15. Kristin #

    Nutmeg Bowl backyard play place indoor bounce
    Fairfield CT

    January 20, 2013
  16. Don’t forget about us here at JAM- Junior Art and Music in Sono (South Norwalk)! We have Open Studio T-F 10-5 and also FamJam on Fridays 10-11am with a half an hour of art and a half an hour of music! We also do birthday parties. We just like to have a good time with friends!

    March 26, 2013
  17. Rachel #

    Monkey Joe’s just opened in Hamden, 35 Marne Street. It’s an indoor bounce place similar to Andies. They have walk-in play (no reservation required). It also has separate toddler areas and some arcade games. So far it is clean and well-staffed. We’ve been a few times and have enjoyed it.

    July 6, 2013
  18. GP #

    Jump Zone in Waterbury is closed.

    August 9, 2013
  19. karin #

    My daughter is turning 3 November 6th and trying to find a Monkey Joe type place in Greenwich or Stamford.

    October 27, 2013
  20. John #

    Not sure if this has been noted, but Club Kids in North Haven is closed. I drove up there from Milford with my 2 girls yesterday and was disappointed to see through the window the interior was empty and an ‘available’ sign readily visible. We discovered Club Kids a couple of years ago, and they loved to go and run around inside when the weather turned cold.

    However, on the bright side when I searched online for when Club Kids closed, I found this webpage. Looks like we have a lot of exploring to do.

    December 2, 2013
  21. Linda Ladden #

    JumpZone in Waterbury is now closed

    January 24, 2014
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    The Painted Pom is closed as of spring 2014.

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  29. There is a new place opening in Stratford CT spring of 2016. Jump Off indoor trampoline park and fun zone. It will have many attractions like 13,000 sqft of trampolines, Form pit, dodge ball, trampoline basketball, air bag jump, battle beam, inflatables, huge indoor playground, animal rides, arcades and much more. Owners have plan to open this place in mid April and will be located at 280 Garfield Ave,, Stratford.

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  30. Max #

    I have heard rumors about Launch Trampoline Park going up in Milford on Old Gate Lane (between Hacienda storage and Fitness Edge). I took my kids to the one in Hartford and it is amazing..They have dodgeball, stunt bag, arcade, extreme dodgeball etc. It looks like they are opening end of June/beginning of July.

    May 5, 2016

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