Indoor Play

Inside Playground Boston

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Inside Playground
100 Parker Street
Watertown
Boston
MA
02472
Tel: 617 923 1772

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Inside Playground has it's own parking lot for customers and it's free! Their address is 100 Parker St in Watertown, MA.

Where are we going today?

Indoor play is so much fun! Not only does it let kids really develop their skills and senses (but it's also great for those rainy days!) They can make new friends, create, and imagine!

Inside Playground is a play haven for kids! They have super fun inflatable bouncers, realistic (but safe!) play cars, those always popular ball pools, and even Lego!

Those little active kids will love climbing and using all the kids gym equipment, and trying out all the miniature furniture. Maybe they want to spend the day as a princess in the castle, or a pirate high on the seven seas? Perhaps they want to be a chef, or a policeman? Inside Playground has a cute dress up section too, where kids can be ANYTHING they want to be!

It's a great place for kids to learn without realizing it too, with all the books and puzzles. Great for developing those precious minds!

Parents, they haven't forgotten you! There is Wi-Fi accessible for your laptops so you sit back and relax!

Kids can join their open play sessions, or if there is a certain special day (happy birthday!) they can have their friends over for a fun party! Inside Playground have a great birthday package for you. Make that day special!

So kids - are you ready to climb, play, crawl, hide, dress up, bounce, learn, and just have a great time! You might even make a new friend! 

So go on - have a creative family day out!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults1st free. Additional adult $2
  • Children$10 ($12 winter). Additional child $8 ($10 winter)
  • Free Under: 8 months (with 1 paid admission)
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Open Play Summer: 7 days 10am - 6pm. Winter hours Weekdays 9am - 7pm / Sat 9am - 8pm / Sun 10am - 8p

Summer months May 15th to Sept 15th

Teachers corner

Inside Playground actually offer field trips! It can make a great fun day out for students up to the age of 6. Make sure you call to check out the group discount rate. .

I'm Hungry!

They have snack and drink vending machines. You can also bring your own food or order for delivery. Pretty awesome!.

Any Top Tips?

Don't forget your socks! You won't be able to play with your shoes on!

Parents - you can also use their drop off facility for up to 4 hours in a week if you need to run those errands! .

More information

Whilst the summer open hours are May to Sept, the summer pricings are from March 1st to October 31st.

What people are saying?

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    I am a fan of inside playground as are my twin toddler boys, age 4.5. Indeed, we came here for the first time on their 1 year old birthday. We come about 2-3 times a year. Agree with many of the criticisms, and understand that the owners and staff can't always be as calm and nice as ideal -- but look at what they are trying to do. They are offering something that no other establishment offers: a walk-in facility, no membership or appt needed, for a reasonable price (especially if you stay for 3+ hours). I appreciate that they let you go...Read More

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    The worst place ever! Apparently they do not own a computer so they cannot redeem Groupon. They expect you to bring your own iPhone. The owner is rude and overall a very unhappy person. We are never coming again.

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    The posted hours are 8am to 8pm Mon-Sat, on their web page and voicemail. However, the last two times I have come here after work, with an excited toddler, the door has been locked. No sign, nothing on the webpage, no emails to members like myself. Finally, I got someone on the phone who said that now they're closing "around 6" on "slow days." I paid for a membership specifically to have somewhere to bring my son for some fun after a long day at work. Now they're sometimes open, sometimes not, sometimes answering the phone? This was the only place...Read More

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    Lots of fun for our two year old. Well worth the $12 to get in.

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    Its nice and big enough to feel free ..
    the problem is that its a bit expensive !
    even with the discount, $18 for two kids is not so good ..

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by Cratha Harris

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I am a fan of inside playground as are my twin toddler boys, age 4.5. Indeed, we came here for the first time on their 1 year old birthday. We come about 2-3 times a year. Agree with many of the criticisms, and understand that the owners and staff can't always be as calm and nice as ideal -- but look at what they are trying to do. They are offering something that no other establishment offers: a walk-in facility, no membership or appt needed, for a reasonable price (especially if you stay for 3+ hours). I appreciate that they let you go in-and-out, they have a snack area, outside area with picnic tables and play train; inside they change the equipment, etc. Let's hope they stay in business.

by Alison Mungenast

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The posted hours are 8am to 8pm Mon-Sat, on their web page and voicemail. However, the last two times I have come here after work, with an excited toddler, the door has been locked. No sign, nothing on the webpage, no emails to members like myself. Finally, I got someone on the phone who said that now they're closing "around 6" on "slow days." I paid for a membership specifically to have somewhere to bring my son for some fun after a long day at work. Now they're sometimes open, sometimes not, sometimes answering the phone? This was the only place near me where working parents could go in the evening, and it seems to me that it is longer an option. Such a shame.

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