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PeeWeeBees
5511 West Loop 1604 North
Suite 111
San Antonio
TX
78253
Tel: 210 521 2337

Directions

Some GPS devices will send you 15 miles away, to 1604 and Babcock. If you type the correct address, “5511 West Loop 1604 North,” which is in the Alamo Ranch Shopping Center at the Culebra exit, the software will change it to the incorrect “5511 North Loop 1604 West,” which is in the Village Green Shopping Center.

Where are we going today?

Kids will love to help you shop, when they know that there is a fun indoor play center located within the shopping center!

Pee Wee Bees is a great kids indoor playground, geared towards kids aged 3 months to around 7 years. Every child will find something they love to play with, because the toys at Pee Wee Bees were designed for specific age groups!

Babies, crawlers, toddlers, standers, walkers, and even runners! There will be something for all, so they can develop at their own pace.

Parents, don't worry about technology here! There are no big TVs, or video games. It's all about quality play time, and with children's music quietly playing in the background, kids can really focus on one thing: having FUN!

If you have those sweet little babies, then they are well equipped for you.

Pee Wee Bees have fantastic baby facilities, from the comfort equipped mothers and babies room, to changing tables in both rest rooms for a change, to an automatic sliding door for those with their hands full.

You know what else kids love? Every child gets a sticker and a cookie on the way out which helps cushion the disappointment of actually leaving!

Started by parents, for parents, you know Pee Wee Bees has what both the children AND parents need!

Younger kids will have a blast!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFree with paid admission
  • Children$10
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

10am - 6pm Mon to Sat / 5pm close Sunday

Closed New Years Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve/Day

I'm Hungry!

The children’s snack menu includes cookies, crackers, milk, juice, pudding, cereal, popcorn, ice cream, pancakes, pizza, pasta, and more.

The adult’s snack menu includes Kind Snack bars, peanuts and almonds, soda, coffee, hamburgers, chimichangas, Hot Pockets, and more..

Healthy Eating!

They have fruit on their menu.

Any Top Tips?

Make sure you wear socks - you will need them to play!.

Doing our bit

As parents, they know what parents want, so they have created a place that is safe, clean and fun for kids.

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, just speak to staff when you arrive, and see how they can help!.

Can I get one of those?

Can you have a birthday party? Yes you can! They have party hours allocated, so you just select when you want to celebrate! You can even bring your own food for it!.

More information

You can leave and return on the same day for no additional charge!.

What people are saying?

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    We like this place okay, it's pricey but my kid always has a good time (he's 1 year old). I like that they have diapers in the bathroom, that's nice, we never use them but I've seen parents need to. It seems pretty clean and everyone is nice here. My one complaint is that there isn't more of a divide between large children and babies. The babies want to play with things and the older kids just go around taking things from the babies, pinching their fingers in the doors to things and generally being very rude. Some parents care to tell them to be...Read More

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    We just took my daughter this past weekend and it was nice to keep a 1yr old busy for about an hour or more. There were lots of toys for her and plenty of room for her. We went at the end of the day so it was just us and one other family. The owner let us stay an extra 15mins past closing too. He was very nice. I know people freak out about germs but my daughter goes to daycare and I feel like it just comes with the territory with having kids. One thing that surprised me was the diapers in the bathroom for customers use. It's a nice gesture....Read More

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    This children's play area is clean & has a lot to offer. Steve, the owner, is helpful & friendly. He seems to have everything under control. His assistant RJ is also very friendly & welcoming.

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    Not going to lie, this place is a mess. They could clear out some of the toys in the front half of the space to make room for the cars to actually roll around and for toddlers to have some freedom of movement. I did NOT see any roaches while there, buuut I can see how one might run into one. There's just a lot of stuff around and I don't see HOW they could possibly clean disinfect everything on a daily basis.
    Giving them 4/5 stars because my son and I arrived not too long after they opened and it wasn't crowded at all. It was fun, actually. But...Read More

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    As a former nanny, I can say that Pee Wee Bees saved my skin on more than one occasion. Kids get bored and need to play elsewhere than their own homes, who'd have thought?! Yes, it is small, and yes, there are a lot of toys, but those are really only "inconveniences" to us grown ups. The little boy that I used to take care of absolutely LOVES PWB. He was about 14 months at our first visit and while I no longer work with him full time, I still take him on special outings every so often and PWB is one of our favorite destinations. It's a great...Read More

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by Rachel Kraft

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We like this place okay, it's pricey but my kid always has a good time (he's 1 year old). I like that they have diapers in the bathroom, that's nice, we never use them but I've seen parents need to. It seems pretty clean and everyone is nice here. My one complaint is that there isn't more of a divide between large children and babies. The babies want to play with things and the older kids just go around taking things from the babies, pinching their fingers in the doors to things and generally being very rude. Some parents care to tell them to be nice, some don't. Maybe a baby section is in order, I don't know. I think 2-4 year olds would have the most fun here.

by Adrianna Medina

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We just took my daughter this past weekend and it was nice to keep a 1yr old busy for about an hour or more. There were lots of toys for her and plenty of room for her. We went at the end of the day so it was just us and one other family. The owner let us stay an extra 15mins past closing too. He was very nice. I know people freak out about germs but my daughter goes to daycare and I feel like it just comes with the territory with having kids. One thing that surprised me was the diapers in the bathroom for customers use. It's a nice gesture. We will definitely be returning soon.

by Tony Valcarcel

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Not going to lie, this place is a mess. They could clear out some of the toys in the front half of the space to make room for the cars to actually roll around and for toddlers to have some freedom of movement. I did NOT see any roaches while there, buuut I can see how one might run into one. There's just a lot of stuff around and I don't see HOW they could possibly clean disinfect everything on a daily basis.
Giving them 4/5 stars because my son and I arrived not too long after they opened and it wasn't crowded at all. It was fun, actually. But they could use some improvements.

by Ashley Olson

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As a former nanny, I can say that Pee Wee Bees saved my skin on more than one occasion. Kids get bored and need to play elsewhere than their own homes, who'd have thought?! Yes, it is small, and yes, there are a lot of toys, but those are really only "inconveniences" to us grown ups. The little boy that I used to take care of absolutely LOVES PWB. He was about 14 months at our first visit and while I no longer work with him full time, I still take him on special outings every so often and PWB is one of our favorite destinations. It's a great rainy day place, which is what brought us there the first time. You are allowed to bring food and drinks inside but there are snacks and drinks for purchase; I think they are reasonably priced. The admission (typically $10 per child) may seem steep but, honestly, a trip to the zoo, museum, bowling alley, etc. would be far pricier once you pay for each individual activity. Coupons for returning guests are usually offered, and they have special events with discounted rates every so often. At PWB all of the activities are included, including the full sized bounce house. The place is privately owned by a great family, and they've recently "enforced" a socks-only policy for kids AND adults to minimize the "gunk" that everyone carries on their shoes. As for how often everything gets cleaned, I don't know. But kids get dirty when they play ANYWHERE and that's what soap and water are for. I was saddened to read so many negative reviews, which is why I'm taking the time to post a positive one. While I don't have children of my own, I am ridiculously protective and attached to the toddler that I used to care for regularly, and I'd never take him anywhere that I felt wasn't safe, predominantly clean, or a good environment for him for play and explore. We love "Pee Wees" and will continue to play there until he's too old/big to do so!

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