Imajine That Lawrence
Where is it at?
354 Merrimack Street
Building 1 Entrance A
Tel: 978 682 5338
From Boston, follow I-495 N to Exit 44 and follow the signs to loop around the Merrimack St and turn right at the stop sign. Take another right into Riverwalk entrance A and Building One will be straight ahead. You'll find Imajine That on the 2nd floor, and make sure you use Entrance A
Where are we going today?
Now kids, if you come to Imajine That, you really need to follow this one rule - bring your imagination and be ready to use it!
Imaginating is fun! You could be anything you wanted - a firefighter, a doctor, and astronaut - you could even be Batman and save the world!
In Imagine That, you have 12,000 square feet to play in, where you and your family can learn and create together. You get to pick between your favorite "Imagination Stations" where you can shop in your own grocery store and decide what yummy foods you'll have for dinner, or play on a huge dinosaur climbing structure! Do you think you can reach the very top?
There is an arrrrr so fun Pirate Area where you can imagine yourself as old Black Beard sailing the seven seas, or channel Einstein in the Big Wide World Science Station.
If you want a bit of "you" time, you can head to the Between The Lions reading area, and get lost in the stories of fairytales and knights, or unleash your creative side in the arts and crafts area.
The center also offer a number of terrifically kid friendly workshops where they can get their fingers messy with face painting, or create their own delicious pizza. Most of these are available free of charge.
Parents - if you have been wanting a night out with each other for a while, then take advantage of their Friday and Saturday nights where for two hours they will look after your kids (from walking - 9 years old, however exceptions may be made) as they play, enjoy pizza and have a great time knowing your kids are in great hands.
How much does it cost?
- Children$10 (ages 1 and up)
- Free Under: Babies under 1 with a paying sibling
When can we go?
Mon - Thurs 10am - 7pm / Fri & Sat 10am - 8pm / Sun 10am - 5pm
Closed on New Years Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Independence Day,
Salvator's Pizza and cafe will cater to your creative desires as outside food and drinks are not allowed on the premises. Imajine That is proudly a peanut free facility..
Any Top Tips?
They are a shoe free facility, but don't worry if you forget - they sell very cool socks and shoe covers there if you want! .
Doing our bit
They have created a place perfect for kids - its clean, safe, friendly, and everything was designed with learning and fun in mind!.
Need a little extra help?
If you have special needs, just give them a call before you arrive and see how they can help .
If you want to visit Saturday morning, make sure you call to check opening times, as they may open at 10am if there is a special event planned that day. .
What people are saying?
by Elizabeth Hill
Winters in New England go long and cold, but children must run and jump. This place is the ultimate cold February treat for the mother with two small children. Oh, my husband and I can hardly stay off the speed racer slides. They're that much fun. Little spendy but worth every dollar.
by Tabitha Burling
I brought my son once for a bday party and he just loved it bit I would like to take him again alone, how much is it if I bring my 2 1/2 ye old n my 3 month old.. anyone know? Obviously the baby wouldn't be playing so will they charge me for him?
by A Google User
We just got a membership for our daughter- she loves it so much! From the bouncy house to the cars, musical instruments, slides, and play structure, there is so much to do. The food is good for kids and adults and reasonably priced. We love that shoes are not allowed, and there is purell everywhere to help with germs. There are always other kids to play with but it never seems too crowded.
by A Google User
Imajine that is a fantastic idea and i would absolutely love it if it wasnt so dirty. Especially the baby area which in my opinion should be the cleanest place was extremely disgusting and literally not a single toy had working batteries in it. When i hear about moms i know making weekly trips there 2 things cross my mind- 1, they must have a good amt of exra money bc it is pricey especially when you have multiple children and 2, you wonder why your children get sick so often, that place is so unbelievably germy especially with the lack of upkeep...Read More
by A Google User
We have four kids and all of them have loved Imajine That. Countless rainy days of play and multiple birthday parties and it still feels fresh every time we go. It is clean, safe, very engaging, and leaves the kids ready for a nap. Whenever we pass the mills in Lawrence on I93, my kids yell out "Imajine That!"
by A Google User
Imajine that is a fantastic idea and i would absolutely love it if it wasnt so dirty. Especially the baby area which in my opinion should be the cleanest place was extremely disgusting and literally not a single toy had working batteries in it. When i hear about moms i know making weekly trips there 2 things cross my mind- 1, they must have a good amt of exra money bc it is pricey especially when you have multiple children and 2, you wonder why your children get sick so often, that place is so unbelievably germy especially with the lack of upkeep in the cleaning department! Another huge turnoff for me was the only 2 times i have ever been there i was shocked to see how some of the "experienced staff" were behaving and speaking. Some seemed extremely young for the job but most seemed about my age (early 20s) but i found it very inappropriet for them to be slipping some bad language and talking about their wild and crazy weekend getting drunk and whatnot with children all around them. Step up your game Imajine that, you make a ton of money maybe implement some sort of sanitization process and weed out your trashy staff!