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Rainy Day Fun: Awesome Indoor Playgrounds in and around Vancouver

Rainy Day Fun: Awesome Indoor Playgrounds in and around Vancouver

Looking for rainy day activities in Vancouver? Indoor playgrounds are a fantastic choice! With the rise of atmospheric rivers in Vancouver, these indoor spaces provide a reliable option for kid-friendly fun that’s unaffected by the weather.

Indoor playgrounds offer a great environment for active play, and you can count on them to be open regardless of the forecast. If you’re seeking a top-notch indoor playground, here are some recommendations to consider.

Kid Friendly Indoor Play Spaces in Metro Vancouver

365 Fundays

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Explore the jungle-themed playground at 365fundays Entertainment Centre! This three-level indoor wonderland is packed with fun slides and tunnels, including unique attractions like the Donut and Volcano Slides. Safety and cleanliness are their top priorities, creating a welcoming space for families to enjoy year-round.

120-3810 Jacombs Rd, Richmond, BC 

Oh My Land Club

Oh My Land Club is the ultimate child enrichment center in the Tri-cities. They offer workshops, classes, birthday parties, a toy boutique, a kids’ cafe, and indoor playgrounds (for ages 6 months to 18 years) in a clean, safe, and secure environment.

Unit 101B, 2748 Lougheed Hwy, Port Coquitlam, BC

Fun Circle

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Fun Circle’s indoor playground is a haven for families, crafted to make lasting memories in a safe space where kids can explore and let their imaginations run wild. Their multi-level playground features tunnel slides, huge wave slides, laser tag, and soon a climbing wall!

15355 Fraser Hwy #102, Surrey, BC 

Mino Kids World

Embark on daily adventures at Mino Kids World, Richmond’s new indoor playground. Let your imagination soar and fill the air with laughter. Come join them for an unforgettable playtime your little ones will treasure. With thrilling slides, challenging climbing zones, a creative center, and a ball pit, they have everything for a fantastic experience!

8171 Ackroyd Rd #120, Richmond, BC 

Clip ‘n Climb

A smiling child in a red jumper holds on to a straight handle bar from the top of a very high wooden drop slide at Clip 'n Climb.

Ideal for ages 5 and over, you clip in and climb up! Clip ‘n Climb has 25 + climbing walls each with three alternate climbing routes of varying degrees of difficulty. These climbing routes will keep the kids entertained … and exhaust them so you can all relax when you get home!

1751 Savage Rd Suite 120, Richmond, BC

The Adventure Zone on Granville Island

A big mostly wooden play structure, a small indoor ride on carousel, and table and cafe table and chairs inside The Kids Market on Granville Island.

Located inside the Kids Market on Granville Island, the  multi-level play structure and a giant ball pit is the big draw for kids and provides hours of entertainment. But that’s not all! There’s an old school arcade, and now the iFloor, interactive playground for tech obsessed kids who want to play soccer or hockey.

1496 Cartwright St #230, Vancouver, BC 

The World of Kidtropolis

A bright photo of a mini city with mini street lamps from The World of Kidtropolis.

As far as indoor playgrounds go, this one brings imagination galore. Kidtropolis is a giant ‘pretend city’ with miniature play stations including a grocery store, gas station, streets, police station, veterinary hospital, and more. Kids of all ages will LOVE running around the mini town, being creative and dressing up. There are different events each week, so check the calendar. Great for ages 5 to 10. Just go, you won’t regret it!

110-5940 No 2 Rd, Richmond, BC

Crash Crawly’s

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Seeking a fun family day out? Visit Crash Crawly’s, the ultimate indoor play center for kids of all ages! Dive into their huge play structure.

Science World Wonder Gallery

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If you’ve got kiddos under 5, you’ll definitely want to check out Science World’s gallery, which was created exclusively for early learners, ages 0–5 and their caregivers! Boom! This interactive play zone boasts 3,300 square feet for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and kiddies to crawl, splash, build, climb, play with light, and experiment. Child development experts collaborated in the creation of Wonder to help design a place where children can learn through play.

1455 Quebec Street, Vancouver, BC

Morgan Play Center

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At Morgan Play Center, they understand the importance of play in a child’s development. That’s why they’ve created a space where kids can explore, socialize, and engage in activities that promote physical, cognitive, and social skills. Whether they’re climbing through tunnels, sliding down exciting slides, or navigating obstacle courses, every corner of our playground is designed with their growth and enjoyment in mind.

unit 110-15850 26 th Ave, Surrey, BC

Go Bananas

A child stands outside of a big play structure while a dad looks on talking on his cellphone at Go Bananas.

With locations in North Vancouver, Richmond, Chilliwack and Langley, Go Bananas offers lots of kid-friendly Vancouver fun all across the region. For more than 15 years they’ve been providing fun and safe indoor play to kids aged 12 months – 12 years old. They have a multi-level play structure as well as concession. The Richmond and Langley locations have free wifi, and the North Vancouver location offers a drop-and-shop service where you can leave your kids age four and up to play while you spend an hour of kid-free time in Capilano Mall.

935 Marine Dr, North Vancouver, BC
14311 Entertainment Blvd, Richmond, BC
19685 Willowbrook Dr, Langley, BC
45389 Luckakuck Way #310, Chilliwack, BC

Circus Play Cafe

Several children climb on a natural wood play structure. One baby is crawling onto a green matt while parents look on at Circus Play Cafe.

Indoor playgrounds meets cafe at this fun location. Great for kids 5 and under, Circus Play Cafe boasts a beautiful playscape with slides, little castles, and many toys. It’s also a cafe, so you can check your child in, get some nice snacks and coffee, and watch them go. It’s worth noting that socks are required for small people in the playscape, and they don’t allow outside food other than baby food and formula. Save time by creating an account online first.

1502 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC

Little Marines Training Centre

A small child sits back facing the photo in a netted play structure at Little Marines Training Centre.

Perfect for the not-yet-in-school, this Coquitlam play space is a fun and educational. Highlights include an ocean-themed adventure playground, an aerodynamical pipe wall, a toddler play area, and a ‘magic balls’ interactive games zone. Cost is $10 for the under 3 and $15 for 3 and up. PS: There’s a cafe too!

403 North Rd #211, Coquitlam, BC

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Jungle Jac’s

Four small children smile and look at the camera as they all sit on a blue rocking play toy at Jungle Jac's indoor gym.

Port Coquitlam parents rave about this place. Energetic jumping beans can get their yayas out here on a rainy day. Not only is it full of fun things to climb up, slide down, and jump off, but in the summer, there’s an outdoor inflatables bounce zone every day. Recommended for ages 6 month to 17 years.

589 Nicola Ave, Port Coquitlam, BC

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We Play Gym

Three young children look to the right of the photo laughing and smiling from a wooden play structure at We Play Gym.

Do your kids have sensory issues? We Play Kids in South Surrey merges the worlds of indoor sensory gym play with pediatric therapy. There’s a climbing wall, slides, a swing, hammocks and chill zone. Currently they are only open for pediatric therapy services and accepting new clients. They are CLOSED for public drop-in play, birthday parties, general programs, and rental bookings for the time being.

 1-3238 King George Blvd, Surrey, BC

6Pack Beach

A dad holds a small toddler, dressed in a sailor suit, around the waist as he reaches for a green sand bucket at 6Pack Beach.

6Pack is an indoor beach in Richmond is the ultimate as far as indoor playgrounds go. They offer a Little Diggers’ drop-in Monday-Friday, from 10:00 am-5:00 pm. Kids 10 and under can run free and enjoy the largest indoor sandbox in the city. There’s no need to worry about cold, wet weather or sun protection. You can relax and chat with other parents while your kids play. If the regular drop-in times don’t work for you, you can always call 6Pack and see if there’s space for you to visit any day.

13180 Mitchell Rd #115, Richmond, BC

Play Abby

Picture of PlayAbby an indoor gym located in Abbotsford. Two moms look at several kids interacting with play structures.

Play Abby is an indoor playground and climbing facility with 10,000 square feet of space for your little ones to run and jump around. With separate playing areas for toddlers and older children, you can safely choose from ball pits, slides, or large-scale climbing structures to play on. Play Abby is a parent-supervised facility. Located in Abbotsford and Surrey, hours are open 9 pm- 6 pm. Open until 8 pm on the weekends.

2043 Abbotsford Way #5, Abbotsford, BC

Extreme Air Park

Two children play inside human bumper balls, on a neon green and black trampoline. One child has fallen over and the other child stands looking on.

Head to New Westminster’s 40,000 square feet of wall-to-wall trampolines. This spot is a perfect place to visit if you are a multi-age family; there is something for everyone. They also have Mom & Tot jump every day between 10 am and 11 am for 1-Hour of jump time. From dodgeball and wide open bouncing spaces, kids will come home wonderfully exhausted.

109 Braid St Building E, New Westminster, BC

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