1. Steven Tate

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    It’s still good even if it’s small. Kids still enjoy playing here, and you can still watch them from behind. Safe for kids.

  2. Vince Anido

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    Kinda small, but a fun place for birthday parties.

  3. A Google User

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    Two kids, 4 and 6 and they had a blast! They spent most of the time running around the bouncer/slide thing and never stopped laughing! The only tears were when we had to leave. We first went back in mid-December of last year and have been back twice since. It’s a bit of a drive from Burbank, but they have asked to go back many, many times. The lady that was there when we were was very friendly, too. I have and will recommend this place to my friends with kids!Also, bring socks! Like all indoor playgrounds, shoes are not welcome (and dangerous to bouncing piles of kids!)

  4. A Google User

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    09/07/2010 I had a horrible experience here today. It is not about how good or bad the place is structurely. It is about how they treat a person. They treat people unequally and they discriminate!!!Today was a holiday, so I took my daughter along with my husband to this place for a special fun day. When I walked in, I was told that I had to wear socks. When I told her I didn’t have one, she asked me to buy their socks for $2. And if I didn’t, I couldn’t be able to enter this place. Well, i respected their rule because i thought that it would keep the kids from getting any skin illness. So I bought the ugly cheap looking socks for $2. However, after an hour or so, I realized so many people came in with their bare feet. I was just curious to know why???? the rule was not reinforced on other people but me. When I asked, i was told that all other people didn’t have to wear socks because they came in recommaned by Nancy(the owner). Well……what’s the purpose of wearing socks? if people were recommanded by Nacy, are their feet clean? However, when I asked, nobody knew who Nancy was. I was lied to. Hmmmm… why? I don’t know. So I asked if I could talk to Nancy. After she talked to Nancy on the phone for a long time secretly, she started handing out everyone else socks for free. Hmmmm… why?When I asked her why i should be the only one paying for the socks and if I could get my money back, she simply said “No” and no apologize. Apparently, other moms there told me that they visited here many times and were never asked to wear socks before. And they received free socks today….. What’s going on in this place? I just felt so discriminated and insulted at this place. Am I not as clean as others for my skin color or what???Please treat others as you would want to be treated and equally!!!

  5. A Google User

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    Beware, Peekaboo Playland has moved into a new space (2030 Colorado as of 6/16/2009) that is half-finished, unsafe and thouroughly unenjoyable for kids over 3. What used to be a great indoor playground has now turned into a badly designed and overpriced rip-off. The parking situation is actually worse than it was and you will recieve a $60.00 parking ticket on Wednesday mornings between 11am and 1pm. The parking regulation is poorly displayed and when I suggested the owner post a warning at the register, I was met with an unhelpful attitude. She also informed me that she had been “fielding complaints” all morning about the new facility. Save your money and the safety of your children. Go somewhere else. The original location was great but now it’s just an unsafe and unfun ripoff.