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Winter can be a tough time when it comes to keeping the kids entertained. That’s why indoor play parks are every parent’s saving grace! Kids get the wiggles out and Mom and Dad might even have a chance to regain their sanity.
Check out these top four indoor play parks in Salt Lake City the next time you’re looking for a fun indoor place for your child to play.
1. Kangaroo Zoo. Kids can jump like a kangaroo at the Kangaroo Zoo. They will enjoy bounce houses and slides bigger than they could have ever imagined. Don’t forget the 3-story inflatable dragons! There is something for every age group and there are even perks for moms and dads. While your kids are jumping you can enjoy the lounge area, where there is free Wi-Fi and massage chairs. It’s a win-win for everyone!
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2. The Wairhouse Trampoline Park. There’s also plenty of jumping to do at The Wairhouse Trampoline Park. With 35,000 square feet of space, the kids can get all of their energy out on dodge ball courts, a huge open trampoline jump area, a foam pit, or a slam dunk basketball lane. If you have tiny tikes in the house, you can take them to the special Kid’s AIRena that’s especially for children under 42 inches. The Wairhouse also has a parents’ lounge where you can relax while the kids jump.
3. Jump Around Utah. Take the kids to bounce, climb, and play at Jump Around Utah. With several indoor bounce houses and an obstacle course, the kids won’t be telling you they’re bored! It’s not only a great place for kids to get their wiggles out, but is also a good source of exercise for them. We all know how important it is for kids to get moving. As a bonus, Jump Around Utah also gives members of the armed forces a 20% discount.
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4. Treehouse Museum. If you want to give the kids a bouncing break, let their imaginations run wild at the Treehouse Museum. Here they can enjoy hands-on activities that focus on the arts and children’s literature. Kids can literally step into a story by visiting various exhibits that are united by a storytelling theme. There are also travelling exhibits like Clifford the Big Red Dog that visit the Museum for a short time; be sure to check the website for current events. Ranked among the top 25 children’s museums in the country, a visit to the Treehouse Museum is a must.
Don’t limit your visits to Salt Lake City’s indoor play parks and museums to the colder months. They make a great destination year-round when you’re looking for a fun day with the kids!