Best Indoor Playgrounds In Cleveland

Summer vacation is upon us and keeping the children entertained is becoming difficult on the change purse. But Cleveland brings back the fun in summer and helps keep the coins in the pocket with some of the best indoor playgrounds around. From themed playgrounds to inflatable wonder worlds, Cleveland has something that will surely keep the little ones active, delighted and tired at the end of the day.

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Amazone Family Entertainment Center 
2789 Medina Road
Medina, OH 44256
(330) 764-4237

Owner Robin Crewick has brought a new concept of the jungle to the children of Cleveland. Opening the doors in 2004, she has created a one-of-a-kind entertainment center that is not only challenging to her visitors, but keeps the kids wanting more. Watch the kids race for one of the waterfall slides, dive into the ball swamp or take a journey through the snake pit. With one of the largest indoor playgrounds, Amazone Family Entertainment Center has even more to offer. With laser tag and arcade games available, there is sure to be something for everyone, even parents. Make this family fun center the center of family entertainment.

Romp n Stomp Inflatables and Fun Center 
900 Medina Road
Medina, OH 44256
(234) 248-4405

Romp n Stomp Inflatables and Fun Center is a great place for birthday parties or fun celebrations. Inflatables are a guaranteed fun time to keep kids entertained for hours. With open play hours and activities, the kids will have a grand day rolling, tumbling and jumping from one inflatable to the next. Spending the day laughing and squealing is music to parents' ears. From organized events to open entertainment, kids are sure to fall in love with this fun center that offers more than an indoor playgroup but also camps, classes and scheduled activities.

Putt n Stuff 
Family Entertainment Center
134 S. Kansas Road
Orrville, OH 44667
(330) 683-1800

Putt n Stuff is just like it sounds — a fun family entertainment center with something to offer everyone at any age. With a large netted, enclosed indoor playground, this is the perfect place for the kids to wind through tunnels and slide down one of the many slides. No matter the weather, kids will be entertained for hours at this facility. In addition to a bright, clean and fun indoor playground, the family will be delighted for a day of entertainment by taking advantage of the many other activities offered, such as laser tag, go carts, wall climbing and much, much more.

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Kidsplay Indoor Fun
32864 Pin Oak Parkway
Avon Lake, OH 44012
(440) 653-5377

Catered to those small in size and young at heart, Kidsplay Indoor Fun offers a play facility that is safe, clean and relaxing. It is a great place for mommies to met a friend, chat over a cup of coffee, watch the news or just relax with a good book, while watching the little ones play in the glass-enclosed play yard. Socks are required for kids and adults at all times.

Children's Museum of Cleveland 
10730 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 791-7114

The Children's Museum of Cleveland is focused on one thing — kids. Who else could be expected to build a better indoor playground for kids than those who know them best? The museum is about learning, teaching and having fun while playing. The museum has created an interactive playground that will leave the kids smiling and learning without knowing it. After the kids have taken full advantage of the playground, explore the many museum exhibits and take part in the special events, enjoying everything the museum has to offer. This museum, including the indoor playground, will keep the kids talking about it for days and craving to return.

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