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Indoor Adventure Park

Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park

14450 Mundy Dr, Noblesville
A trip to this year-round indoor amusement center and indoor playground is a hit for most ages. Fly through the air on the Sky Rider, zip around on the Spin Zone bumper cars, battle your friends on the Beam, the Warrior Zone or in the Dodgeball arena. This birthday party location favorite is a great for a group or individuals.

Free Indoor Playgrounds for Kids in Indianapolis

Indoor Playground at CLC

COVID UPDATE: No current plans to reopen.
13450 E. 116th Street, Fishers

This indoor park is inside a church but is open to the public during specific hours. There’s a separate play area for the little ones. There is no fee to visit, admission is free. The playground is located at Cornerstone Lutheran Church.

The Treehouse Indoor Playground

COVID UPDATE: No current plans to reopen.
800 Dan Jones Rd, Plainfield

This free indoor playground at Plainfield Christian Church is a favorite for Indianapolis area families. Visitors come from all over the city to play in this indoor park that’s flooded with light from the floor to ceiling windows. No matter the weather, it’s beautiful in this play place.

The Park Free Indoor Playground

COVID UPDATE: No current plans to reopen.
6590 S Indianapolis Rd, Whitestown

This indoor playground has two play structures, one that’s perfect for toddlers and another that’s made for kids age three and up. There are interactive game stations, basketball courts, a rock climbing wall and a quiet zone. Admission is free and The Park is open to the public. The Park is located inside Traders Point Church.

The Well Free Indoor Playground

554 Pit Road, Brownsburg
Free indoor play space at the Well Community Church. Children can climb, ride and run around, play games, read books and stretch out. Parents can sit and relax or play alongside their children.

Playland Free Playground

COVID UPDATE: Will remain closed until 2021
7480 US-52, New Palestine, Indiana

Free indoor playground play area at Brookville Road Church Community Church. Kids will enjoy climbing and hiding in this climber playscape.

Community Center Indoor Playgrounds

Toddler Open Gym at the Monon Community Center

COVID UPDATE: No current plans to reopen.
1235 Central Park Dr E, Carmel

One hour of unstructured play weekly in the gym at the Monon Community Center. Kid sized basketball hoops, giant bowling, tricycles and other pedal type toys, tunnels, gym mats, brick building and more. Confirm dates & times for closures.

Kid City Indoor Play Space at the Greenwood Community Center

COVID UPDATE: Now open to the public and members.
100 Surina Way, Greenwood, Indiana

A two story climber is the centerpiece of this state of the art, modern play space designed for the imaginative child. Pretend play areas, art areas, building spaces and places to run are all a part of this beautiful space. During the warmer months, check out the outdoor annex, a musical playground.

Indoor Play Places

Sweet Peas Play Cafe in Kokomo

COVID UPDATE: Open. Limited to 75% capacity. Café, restrooms, play area cleaned every 30 minutes or as needed. All guests must wash or sanitize their hands prior to entering and playing. Sweet Peas is adhering to local health department guidelines.
1825 South Plate Street, Kokomo

This indoor play space is full of fun places for kids to play. Children up to age 12 are invited to play, craft and spend time at the Sweet Peas Play Cafe.


Little Village Playroom in Carmel

COVID UPDATE: Open play with reservations only, temperatures are taken prior to entry, kids are not required to wear masks, employees/parents are required to wear masks. Tables have been spaced for social distancing.
9850 N Michigan Rd., Carmel

Fun space for kids to experience imaginative play; building facades with props for play, activity centers, schedule of structured playtimes, music and more. Best for ages walking – six years old.

Kids Planet in Brownsburg

COVID UPDATE: Open and operating at 75% capacity. Social distancing required in parent seating areas. Masks are required for those 8 years and older. Masks are recommended for those 2-8years old. Concessions and dining only open on weekends. No water fountains available; bring your own water bottle. Increased cleaning schedule for staff and have increased sanitation stations with added barriers at cashier stations.
499 Southpoint Circle, Brownsburg, Indiana.
Climbing structure, sensory tables, ball course and more.

Discovery Station at Conner Prairie

COVID UPDATE: No current plans to reopen.
13400 Allisonville Rd, Fishers, Indiana

Indoor play area for children. Best for preschool – school aged children. Blanket fort area, dress up, imaginative play, extensive crafting area, building area and reading structure.

Indoor Sensory Play Areas

Rhodius Park Sensory Room

COVID UPDATE: No current plans to reopen.
Rhodius Park Family Center, 1720 W Wilkins St, Indianapolis

Sensory friendly playroom with special equipment.

Senses Sensory Playground Gym

COVID Update: Reservations are required for one of the two play sessions.
1110 Amos Road, Suite A, Shelbyville, Indiana

A parent-led sensory gym for children ages 1 to 6 years old.

Indoor Play Areas and Entertainment Centers

Incrediplex Indoor Family Entertainment Center

COVID UPDATE: Scheduled to reopen to the public November 2020 pending CDC and Marion County Health Department guidelines.
6002 Sunnyside Rd, Indianapolis, Indiana

A huge obstacle climber, inflatable play areas, private party rooms, tons of arcade games, laser tag, bowling, a theater screening room and sports fields (soccer, volleyball, flag football, Frisbee, basketball and lacrosse) all make Incrediplex a fantastic place to play and celebrate!

Zip City

COVID UPDATE: Guest are asked to sign waivers electronically before arrival. Temperature check at entrance. Limited capacity in building and guests are asked to stay 6 feet apart when in line. Masks are required unless you are actively participating in an activity. Helmets and harnesses are sprayed with disinfectant between each use. Jumpers are spaced out and have their own marked off area to jump. Increased sanitizing from trained staff adds to the precautions. Toddler town is closed until further notice.
6650 Bluff Road, Indianapolis

Indoor zip line park and trampoline park with arcade, rock wall, laser tag and full size indoor soccer field with Knocker Soccer. The Sky Lounge sports bar is full service with a brand new food and beer menu. | Info

Punch Bowl Social

COVID UPDATE: Closed until further notice.
120 S. Meridian St, Indianapolis, Indiana

Restaurant with bowling, arcade, board games karaoke and more.

Smiley Indoor Playland & VR Center

COVID UPDATE: Currently closed with no reopening date.
5729 East 86th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana
Giant ball pit, climber obstacle course playground, virtual reality, LEGO room, interactive walls and floors

Duckpin Bowling in Fountain Square

COVID UPDATE: Operating at 50% capacity. To help social distance there is a lane blocked off between each active lane. Staff is cleaning lanes 30 minutes before each new guest. Masks are required unless guests are eating/drinking.
1105 Prospect St, Indianapolis, Indiana

Vintage duckpin bowling center called Action & Atomic Bowl in Fountain Square. Smaller pins and balls.

Greatimes on the South Side of Indy

COVID UPDATE: Operating at 25% capacity. Guests are required to wear a mask. Games are wiped down every 20-30min. The Go-carts, bumper boats and putters are wiped down between each use.
5341 Elmwood Ave. Indianapolis, Indiana
Bowling, indoor play structure, go-carts, mini-golf, arcade.

Laser Tag Near Indianapolis

Multiple Indianapolis area locations offer laser tag in Indy.

Skyzone Trampoline Park

COVID UPDATE: Masks are required for all guests and staff unless actively participating in activities. Plexiglas has been installed between guests and staff at front desk and fuel zone. They have increase the frequency of the cleaning of high touch areas and courts.
Indoor trampoline park with ninja warrior style equipment and obstacles.
Two Indianapolis area Skyzone locations: Plainfield, Southport.

Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park in Franklin

COVID UPDATE: Operating 50% capacity. Staff and guests must have their temperatures taken prior to entrance to the park. Staff and guests must wear masks. There is a dedicated cleaning crew that cleans all day, every day. Attractions are also cleaned hourly and after each guest use. Guests are encouraged to reserve and pay before visit.
1172 N. Main St., Franklin, Indiana

Indoor playground and adventure park south of Indianapolis. Kids area for ages 7 and under, trampolines, climbing walls, sky rider, arcade games, warrior obstacle course and more. Toddler play time.

Defy Indy Extreme Indoor Recreation Park

COVID UPDATE: All guests required to have temp taken at entry and wear face masks. Increased cleaning of high frequency touch surfaces on an hourly basis and nightly sanitation of facility has been implemented. There are dedicated routes and social distancing floor markers for guests. Anti-viral fog solution to clean foam blocks.
8356 Masters Rd., Indianapolis, Indiana

Climbing walls, foam pits, trampolines, a ninja obstacle course, extreme dodgeball, basketball hoops for slam dunks, parkour pits, a trapeze, and an Olympic trampoline — all enclosed within a 35,000 square-foot facility.

Adrenaline Family Adventure Park

COVID UPDATE: Guest capacity reduced to 50%. Temperature checks daily for staff. Staff wear masks and face shields. Increased cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting implemented in especially high touch areas. Social distancing reminders placed throughout facility.
50,000 square feet of fun obstacles, adventures including; trampolines, joisting, ninja course, climbing wall.

Indianapolis Library Play Areas

Learning Curve Library Children’s Area

COVID UPDATE: Anyone over 2 years old is required to mask up. IndyPL is limiting building capacity, has installed plexiglas dividers at transaction points and is encouraging 6ft social distancing. Items pulled out by patron but not checkout should be placed in designated area. Kids programing still scheduled but online. No board books or toys are available. Returned materials are quarantined so delays in appearing as “returned” may take longer; no late charges applied.
40 E. St. Clair Street, Indianapolis

Children’s Area at Central Library has books, special reading nooks, toddler and preschool toys, children’s computer centers, a green screen and so many other ways for kids to learn, play and get creative.

Hancock County Public Library

COVID UPDATES: Social distancing encouraged and masks for patrons over 8 years old are required. Returns are quarantined, plexiglas barriers installed at service desks. Staff will have their temp checked before entry to building and are encouraged to wash their hands frequently. The toys and puzzles are unavailable at this time.
900 W McKenzie Road, Greenfield

Children’s pretend play area for imaginative play.

Indoor Activities in Indianapolis

Bongo Boy Drum School

COVID UPDATES: Free community drum circles and “drop in” classes are suspended through the end of 2020.
8481 Bash St # 1100, Indianapolis

Family drum circle times, recreational music exploration and more.

Indoor Pools & Water Slides

Indoor swimming in Indy: Water slides, climbing walls, obstacle courses and more!

Indy Area Nature Centers

Multiple Locations throughout Indianapolis.

Ice Skating in Indianapolis

Multiple Locations throughout Indianapolis offer ice skating indoors and outdoors.

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