Free indoor playgrounds are an awesome place to take your kids in Indianapolis! If you’re looking for a place your kids can play inside, we have five play spaces with free admission. Check out our links for more information and hours for each location. If you need a place for your kids to play while you work, click here for a few ideas.

The Park Indoor Playground at Traders Point Church 

This indoor play space offers free admission, an eating area, evening hours and weekend hours! A designated infant and toddler play area makes this a great fit for most ages. This large room filled with natural light will help keep the winter blues away no matter what the weather is like.

The Tree House Indoor Playground at Plainfield Christian Church 

This beautiful space to play indoors is a popular spot for preschoolers and school aged kids. With a beautiful, whimsical treehouse play-set, kids are sure to make friends and with comfortable and plentiful seating, adults are sure to make a friend or two also!

Brookville Road Community Church Indoor Playground

This free indoor play space on the south-east side has free admission for everyone during open play. Take your crew there and enjoy playing with other families.

The Center at The Well Indoor Playground

A multi-use space open to the public for play dates and fun. This Indianapolis area indoor playground is on the west side of Indy in Brownsburg. Features include a multi-level climber, repurposed toys and a game closet! Check it all out, admission is free.

Cornerstone Lutheran Church Indoor Playground

Cornerstone Lutheran Church in Fishers has a fun and colorful indoor play space that’s wonderful for most ages. My littles loved running around and climbing. Be sure to check their hours for any adjustments during school breaks and holidays.

Always call ahead to check on hours, special closures or changes in schedule. Many indoor play places offer open hours because of volunteers, consider taking a shift! Please bring your own clean socks and check the rules for bringing your own food and beverages. Playground manufacturers generally have their own recommendations for the equipment including not wearing jewelry, loose clothing or clothing with drawstrings.