Indoor Play in Northwest Territories with kids

It’s Indoor Play time in Northwest Territories!

Indoor Play is a great way for those younger kids to bounce, crawl, hide and play the day away in a safe, comfortable and super fun environment.  There are plenty of places to visit with kids in Northwest Territories that offer a fun indoor play experience.

They are environments filled with activities perfectly designed for kids and their development. Colorful bouncy inflatables are ready to be bounced on. Those younger tots have special areas just for them. Games and toys are waiting to be played with.

Parents - it’s not just kids fun because there is often pretty awesome areas for you to relax in too!

 Northwest Territories is teeming with places to visit with children who want to spend a few hours having a great time, in that cozy and protected environment.

Are you ready to bounce the day away…because we certainly are! 

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    Sachs Harbour

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    Fort Simpson

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    Yellowknife

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    Yellowknife

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    Yellowknife

    Introduce kids to live theatre with a range of productions, as well as workshops and events!