Your Guide to Atlanta Kids’ Indoor Playground Excitement

Instead of being cooped up inside on those days that being outside just seems unbearable, check out our best Atlanta kids’ indoor playground list to keep even the most indoor-resistant child happy! These locations are also GREAT for a rainy day!

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HippoHopp

One of Atlanta’s original bounce houses, your kids will have a ‘hopping’ good time here! Older kids will love the rock climbing wall, and not yet walkers can enjoy their own toddler only play area. Socks are required and no outside food is allowed, but their organic food selection will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.

1936 Briarwood Ct NE
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 634.4964

 

Leaping Lizards

This Decatur based indoor playground and party place has long been a favorite of hip Decatur families! There is over 20,000 square feet of play space, with a toddler area, private party room, inflatables, air hockey tables and more. Kids over 10 are not allowed on jump on inflatables, and outside food is allowed at no additional charge.

North Dekalb Mall
2050 Lawrenceville Highway, Suite #1002
Decatur, GA 30033
(404) 620.2566

 

Catch Air

This is by far Atlanta’s flashiest chain of indoor play centers, with locations all over Metro Atlanta. While specifics may vary based on location, activities include an interactive dance floor, a soft play toddler area for the youngest guests, a play structure which includes climbing, sliding, swinging and more, and Tiny Town, for guests under 4 feet. The clean lines, bright colors and loud music are definitely appealing to the younger set. No outside food allowed.

Located in Sandy Springs, Midtown, Snellville, Marietta, John’s Creek and Cumming

 

Sensations Therafun

This multi-sensory activity center was opened as a way to give kids sensory based activities in an indoor playground environment. Children of all abilities can come and play, but it is mostly attended by children with therapeutic needs. Inside Sensations Therafun you will find a zip line, Springfree trampolines, a riding track complete with bikes, tricycles, big wheels and more, climbing walls, a multi-sensory quiet room and an indoor sports area. This is a place of inclusion, and an amazing way to allow kids of all abilities the chance to experience a mainstream playground.

1704 Chantilly Dr NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
(404) 634.3500

 

Slingshot Entertainment

Billed as “Atlanta’s largest indoor entertainment center”, this Peachtree Corners location is the place to be to roll, race and play! Slingshot has 14 bowling lanes, a 60,000 square foot indoor go kart track, and both an adult and junior Ninja obstacle course, as well as a netted structure which has slides, swings and climbing walls.

6344 Cash Court Northwest
Peachtree Corners, GA 30071
(470) 207.0321

 

Everland Play

Located by the Mall of Georgia, Everland Play has not only a dedicated toddler area, inflatables and an obstacle course, they also have a jumping pillow! Outside food is not allowed, but they sell food inside so you can stay and play as long as you want.

2355 Mall of Georgia Blvd,
Buford, GA 30519
(678) 765.6390

 

Glow Galaxy

They may bill themselves as a birthday party destination but Glow Galaxy also offers limited open play! This glow in the dark facility has two play arenas which include slides, inflatables and obstacle courses, a sports court and a mini-golf course. Wear your favorite white or tie-dyed shirt and watch as you glow!

6527-D Jimmy Carter Boulevard
Norcross, GA 30071
(770) 368.3008

 

Jump Jump

If Peachtree Corners is home, or close enough to visit, then Jump Jump is just the playground for you! Inflatables, toys, and a 1000 plus square foot trampoline all add up to hours of fun just outside the Perimeter!

6315 C. Spalding Dr
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
(770) 558.1525

 

At The Mall

Did you know that both Town Center at Cobb and Mall of Georgia have indoor play areas? They are great for a rainy day! Kids are secure inside a walled area with only one entry/exit so it’s easy to keep an eye on them.

Mall of Georgia
3333 Buford Dr NE
Buford, GA 30519

Town Center at Cobb
400 Ernest W Barrett Pkwy NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144

Skyzone

This international chain of trampoline parks is located all over the Metro Atlanta area, and is a jumpers paradise, with freestyle jump, ultimate dodgeball, skyhoops, and just plain old jumping fun! For those parents who fancy themselves the American Ninja Warrior type, check out the warped wall while the kids elevate themselves out of energy!

1425 Market Blvd Ste 100-A
Roswell, GA 30076
(678) 835-9132

 

Monkey Joes

One of the OIP – that’s Original Indoor Playgrounds to you and me – Monkey Joes continues to be a great alternative to boredom on days when being outside just isn’t feasible. There are several locations in the Atlanta area so find one close to you!

Located in Tucker, Newnan, Marietta, Cumming and Duluth

 

Kids Paradise

Gwinnett families are in luck, with another place where kids can slide, crawl, swing, bounce, and more! Not just another indoor playground, Kids Paradise also has an arcade zone for siblings who are too cool to play and adults who want to act like kids!

5050 Jimmy Carter Blvd
Norcross, GA 30093
(404) 445.7786

 

Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Kids ages 0-8 will love the newly updated Children’s Museum of Atlanta! New permanent exhibits, such as fundamentally food, which includes a child sized replica of Waffle House as their ‘diner’, and Leaping Into Learning, with fishing, a language kiosk and a treehouse for kids up to age 5, along with changing visiting exhibits, continue to make this one of Atlanta’s best family destinations.

275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 659.5437

 

Kids Up

In case our North Metro families are feeling left out, Kids Up In Suwanee and Dacula to the rescue! A three story playhouse with slides, inflatables, seesaws, play structures and a toddler area make up these two locations of Kids Up. And don’t worry, there is a dance floor for those who would rather get down and boogie than get up and jump!

2870 Lawrenceville Suwanee Rd. Ste M
Suwanee, GA 30024
(678) 288.4599

 

1152 Auburn Rd. Ste 301
Dacula, GA 30019
(678) 301.2600

 

INK – Interactive Neighborhood for Kids

If you are up for a drive, pack up the family and head towards Gainesville (Georgia, not Florida!). Geared towards kids ages 2 to 12, exhibits include a full-sized 1955 Aero Commander 560 aircraft, a family playhouse, a medical clinic, a dentist office, bank, grocery store, post office and much much more!

999 Chestnut Street, SE.
Gainesville, Georgia 30501
(770) 536.1900

 

Bounce U

Kennesaw is home to Bounce U, specializing in birthday parties with open play time as well! Bouncing and jumping aren’t all they offer, they also welcome field trips, fundraising events, and even have ‘bubble bounce’, with one area dedicated to bubbles and bouncing, and what kids wouldn’t love that?

1634 Cobb International Blvd N
Kennesaw, GA 30152
(770) 919.2226

 

Legoland Discovery Center

If you want to pull out the big guns for indoor play then Legoland Discovery Center at Phipps Plaza is just the place! Besides the obvious lego building there is fun for the whole family, with 2 different rides, 10 lego build and play zones, a 4D cinema and more. The real fun is trying to get out of the gift shop without a meltdown or a purchase!

Phipps Plaza
3500 Peachtree Rd G-1
Atlanta, GA 30326
(404) 848.9252

 

Andretti Karting

Not your typical indoor playground, Andretti Karting in both Roswell and Marietta offers family fun for bigger kids and adults alike. With Georgia’s fastest indoor karting for bigger kids, a 7D theater ride for guests 40” and taller, and a climbing zone which includes a zip line, a cosmic rock wall and a ropes course. Attractions may vary by location!

11000 Alpharetta Hwy.
Roswell, GA 30076
(770) 992.5688

 

1255 Roswell Rd.
Marietta, GA 30062
(678) 496.9530

 

Xdrenaline

Xdrenaline will make you jump, jump! This trampoline park has more than just jumping to keep you happy, there is also a ninja course, a foam pit, dodgeball, rock climbing and more. Tickets are needed to enter, and the do sell out, so plan accordingly!

1611 Roswell Rd
Marietta, GA 30062
(770) 604.1367

 

Sparkles Family Fun Center

Once only known for roller skating, Sparkles is now so much more! Roller skating is still their main attraction, but you will also find arcades, laser tag (in some locations) and a 2 story indoor playground you can rock, roll and climb your way to exhaustion.

Located in Hiram, Kennesaw, Smyrna and Gwinnett.

 

Fernbank Museum

While this is better known for it’s dinosaurs and exhibits, Nature Quest, their indoor play space, is a great place to learn while you explore. From a treehouse they can climb up into to live animals (look for the corn snake!) to hands on activities you will feel good about spending a few hours inside, where playing is also learning!

767 Clifton Rd
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 929.6300

 

Buck’s Sports Barn

This 4,000 square foot facility in the heart of Buckhead is ideal for birthday parties and super cool classes, from aerial arts and circus arts to swordplaying and swashbuckling! While they don’t do drop in times, they are definitely worth looking into for a weekly class that your kids will beg to attend!

2303 Peachtree Rd
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 869.8003

 

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Andrea Botham recently started Passports and Pushchairs, a blog extolling the ability to travel with kids without losing your cool. She was born with a passion for many things, some of them realized, like traveling and writing, some still a work in progress, like photography. Her goal is to not only encourage other parents to travel but to inspire them to show their kids the World, one city at a time. She lives in Atlanta with her British husband and her half British, half American son and daughter, both of whom use more British words than Peppa Pig.

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