Indoor Play

Rumpus Room Brunswick

Where is it at?

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Rumpus Room
9 Cumberland Street
Brunswick
ME
04011
Tel: 207 729 0123

Directions

If you are coming from the I-295, take exit 28 and turn left from Pleasant St onto Maine St. The second left is Cumberland St.

You are able to park in the adjacent lot, otherwise you can go down Cumberland Street to access the fire station parking lot. Parking is also available on Maine Street.

Where are we going today?

Attention all those fun and creative kids under 6 years old - are you ready for a place where you can spend the day having tons of fun, creating, imagining, climbing, running, and jumping!?

The Rumpus Room is a safe, clean and fun environment that wants you to get active, and spend the day using that imagination of yours!  They have a space where you can run around, climb up and climb down, and play either on your own or with your friends until your heart's content!

Parents, they also wanted to create a space where you could connect with other parents away from home, and enjoy a mini community spirit.

There is a motor room with a very cool large ship play set (ahoy captain!  What's that I see on the horizon!?), a fun, ticklish and very colorful ball pit to hide in and play, a dome climber, a super fun caterpillar tunnel to crawl through, a balance beam to get that coordination and balance developing, and an indoor Cedarworks playlet. 

Too much fun!

For those wanting something a little more quiet, there is a reading area and a puzzle room where kids can enjoy some time thinking and learning, and for those little creatives - an art and sensory room to explore expressing themselves, as well as nourishing their touch, smell, sound and sight sensors.

We love to imagine - do you!?  Well, then the playhouse might be where we need to go!  We can perhaps run to the market to pick up some food?  Or play dress up?  Perhaps see what the family is doing in the play house? 

If that wasn't all enough, occasionally they might have visitors drop in to say hi - like magicians!  Do you think you can work out how they do their tricks!  Surprise!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$5 for on hour
  • Children$9 1 hour for first child ($2 for additional), $10 for 90 minutes ($3 for second child) up to $16 da
  • Free Under: 12 months
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Monday to Friday 9am - 2pm / Saturday 9am - 12:30pm

Sundays closed for parties

Teachers corner

The Rumpus Room are happy to schedule a field trip as they can accommodate up to 50 people - either during times it's open to the public or they can schedule a private event for you! .

Any Top Tips?

Make sure you bring socks as it's a sock only venue! It makes it more fun to play! .

More information

They can hold your childs birthday party there! No mess for you, and a great space for all the kids to play around in! .

What people are saying?

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    Love this place!!! My 2 yr old had so much fun! Will definitely be visiting over and over :)

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    What a great place! My son loves it here!

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    My 3 year old really liked it, but I didn't think that I should have been charged to take her there. $6.00 or 9.00 to take one or two children (with one adult) is too much for this place. For $3.00 I would go back on a rainy day.

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    My 2 1/2 year old loves the Rumpus Room! The admissions fees are fair, and lower than those at the indoor play spaces in Portland.

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