Indoor Play

Childs Play Las Vegas

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Childs Play
7060 N Durango Dr., Suite 130
Las Vegas
NV
89149
Tel: 702-834-5500

Where are we going today?

Childs’ Play is fun and safe family activity center with two locations in Las Vegas. We are “a children’s space designed with parents in mind”. At each location, we offer an indoor play space with activities for children of various ages. The play spaces are open everyday of the week for parent-supervised “open play”.

We also offer fun and educational classes for children in our studios. Come take a look at our dance, tumbling, karate, and art classes. Music Together provides a great music program, as well! For your convenience, we also have a toy boutique at each location and a wonderful photography studio in our southwest location.

For the parents, we have a great sitting area. You might want to socialize with other families, have a complimentary cup of coffee, or even be on the computer, all while having the peace of mind that your children are having a good time in a safe and clean space that is FUN and easy on your budget.

Enjoy our open space all day from 9:30 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday and all morning 9am to 12pm on Saturday and Sunday. Your first visit is $10 per child. After your day of fun, you can always join us again by becoming a member or purchasing a prepaid pass. You and the kids can come play whenever you want, for as long as you want, during our open hours!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFree
  • Children$10
  • Free Under: 10 months
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

M-F 9:30am to 6pm; Sat.-Sun. 9am to 12pm

What people are saying?

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    I like it. I have had memberships now and then, usually in the summer when my oldest (5 years old) is out for the summer. Some of the reviews I have read seem to be written in the heat of passion and I can actually see where the employees are coming from when they put their foot down a bit. As far as the coupons go, they serve a purpose. They are to get people to try out their facility, period. We all want a cheaper price, but come on, the owners have to make a living.

    Things I like about this place: I can sit at the table and do work and...Read More

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    I joined last month. My daughter (2 years old) is really loving being around other kids. It's been a great experience. There's lots for her to do. I have a chance to play with her indoors somewhere that is safe and clean. We have also been to a brithday party there for a friend that we met at Child's Play. It was very fun. I am thinking of having my little girl's birthday there, too.

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    Very bad custumer service. I just went there to try the place with my baby girl.
    They gave a great deal for a month and 20 days. They said you pay $10 today (to try the place) and will be deductable from the deal. I went back the next day, and a different person was there and she did not want to accept the deal from the previous day. I even had the paper with me. I guess they just lie to the custumers.

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    I have to say, I didn't know throwing a party could be so easy. The staff was so helpful. They did everything while I talked to our guests and played with my daughter. Would totally recommend having a party at Childs' Play. We had entertainment and the photographer there, too. Totally worth the money. Loved it!

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    I have been bringing my girls to Child's Play for over a year. Found this place when i was looking for places to have their birthday party. The party was so amazing. The staff was just great! I signed up for the membership right there and even got a discount on the party for being a member. Since then, the girls and I come about twice a week. And, even better, there is another location now, so we can go to both!

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by Alisha Lovern-Workman

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I like it. I have had memberships now and then, usually in the summer when my oldest (5 years old) is out for the summer. Some of the reviews I have read seem to be written in the heat of passion and I can actually see where the employees are coming from when they put their foot down a bit. As far as the coupons go, they serve a purpose. They are to get people to try out their facility, period. We all want a cheaper price, but come on, the owners have to make a living.

Things I like about this place: I can sit at the table and do work and see my children wherever they are. I have gone to other places like Kids Club (we also like this place) and there are several different rooms and it is much more difficult to keep your eye on your child and get work done. I am one of those parents who believes that you should watch your child even when they are barricaded in. It is good for my 5 year old as well as my 2 1/2 year old. They can run and jump on equipment that isn't just meant for smaller kids, and they do have toys such as tea sets and doll houses or race car tracks to play with, as well as smaller slides for the smaller kids. If you have a bunch of people to go with, it can be a great place for a group play date. We had a birthday party there and it was a great experience. They were great at helping set up and made it a wonderful experience. We have had birthday parties elsewhere and this was BY FAR the best organized and easy going!

Things I don't like about it: I know that the owners want to attract people that care a bit more than your normal park goers. That is the reason we don't much like going to some parks because the lack of parental supervision and the condition of the play areas. When my kids were really little I worried about that much more than I do now. I still think that a $10 per child fee would take care of that, and for me, the pass thing discourages me from going. I usually just go to kids club. It isn't that I can't afford the pass, it is that we go to several different places, we like to change it up. There have been a few times that we have wanted to have a group play date of 5 or so families and we decided against it because some people didn't have memberships and didn't want to purchase the pass.

Also, I agree with some of the posts regarding the customer service. They are nice for the most part, but the male can seem a bit cold at times and unhelpful. I am not there to make friends with the staff, though, I am there for my kids.

So, all in all, it is a good place to go with the kiddos, but I would hope that the negative reviews might get them to revisit some of their policies. As new indoor play areas are popping up all over Las Vegas, they are going to need to find a way to be more competitive.

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