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16 Playspaces in the DMV

Do you have kids bouncing off the walls from being stuck indoors all winter long?

It’s spring now, so it’s time to get up, get out—and take advantage of everything your neighborhood has to offer. That means checking out one (or more!) of the many kids’ playspaces we have available on KidPass. Check them all out below!

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Bounce Alexandria
Alexandria / 4 – 5 years old

THE class for children who routinely climb on, swing from, and jump off everything! Bounce is a recreational program with fabulous portable equipment, including a 20′ tumble track and landing mat, junior parallel bars, junior balance beams, vaulting mat, wedge mats, and more. Classes are beginner to intermediate, so there’s something here for everyone.

Bricks 4 Kidz
Ashburn / 5 – 11 years old

Bricks 4 Kidz believes it’s important to tap into a child’s potential by encouraging their curiosity and creativity. This fun-filled place was designed by engineers and architects and provides an engaging platform that teaches children to learn with LEGO® Bricks. At Bricks 4 Kidz, your child will enhance their self-esteem, improve their fine-motor skills, and learn how to follow directions. 

Chibis
Ashburn / 1 – 8 years old

Chibis’ mission is to provide an Open Play environment where parents can have fun with their children, or socialize with friends while their children enjoy a fun, safe, clean playground. There’s something for all ages here, from the Infant Playground to the Family Jungle Gym, to a fantastic bounce house and slide, to hands-on toys, activity centers, and ride-on cars!

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Gymboree
Alexandria, Bethesda, Burke, Columbia, Crofton, DC / 0 – 5 years old

Designed by experts in both education and in play, Gymboree’s age-appropriate activities help develop the cognitive, physical, and social skills of children as they play. Classes are designed in 6-month increments to continue to meet a child’s growing interests and abilities. You can read more about Gymboree and its philosophy here.

Kid Junction
Chantilly / 2 – 9 years old

Kid Junction is a new and exciting parent-supervised play place and learning facility powered by creativity and imagination. From Toddler Town and Interactive Village to the arcade and multi-level climber, all kids are guaranteed to have a memorable experience!

Kidville Bethesda
Bethesda / 0 – 5 years old

Kidville Bethesda offers award-winning gym, art, dance, music, camp, and preschool classes for kids. Our classes help kids learn, play, and grow. And the Kidville salon is the place to be to get your kids’ haircut with a plane, firetruck, DVDs, and loads of fun!

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MOCO Movement Center
Kensington / 6 months – 12 years old

This physical therapy facility takes evidence-based therapy out of the clinic and integrates it into real life activities. Children have access to a synthetic ice rink, climbing walls, agility courses, music studio, and much more! Therapists work with children on foundational skills in the MOCO Movement Center and then take them out in the ‘field’ where the child can practice real-life skills needed to participate with their community, peers, and family.

My Gym
Bethesda, Waldorf, Potomac / 3 months – 12 years old

My Gym has an extraordinary program and facility devised to help children develop physically, cognitively, and emotionally. With structured, age-appropriate, weekly classes that incorporate music, dance, relays, games, special rides, gymnastics, sports, and more, children have loads of fun as they gain strength, balance, coordination, agility and flexibility while developing social skills, confidence, and self-esteem.

Play N Learn
Chantilly / 2 – 8 years old

This play equipment headquarters features great swingsets, trampolines, basketball goals, and other cool backyard stuff! This location also holds a huge indoor playground that features every play product for children’s enjoyment.

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