Indoor Play

The Toy Hutch Edmonton

Where is it at?

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The Toy Hutch
17215 107 Ave NW
T5S 1E6
Tel: 587 520 6155

Where are we going today?

The Toy Hutch offers 2 multi level adventure climbing structures, one for larger and one for smaller kids, both packed with modern versions of classic features to entertain and exhaust the hardiest kid.

Regular inflatables include 24ft slide, bounce house and more.

There are also classes available for pre booking, currently focussing on art.

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFREE
  • Children$7.25
  • Free Under: 12 months

When can we go?

Tuesday through Friday 9m to 3pm with private hire around these times.

I'm Hungry!

Cafe on site offering hot and cold drinks and snacks. No outside food permitted, NUT FREE zone..

Need a little extra help?

Socks required for play..

What people are saying?

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    Great store! The owners are friendly and they will also buy your textbooks for cash!

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    One of our favorite places in Wilmington. My kids are now 17 and 20 and it's been a favorite since they were small. We love to browse, love to find new books, enjoy eating at the deli within the store and shopping at the Chic Shanty (also in the store).

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