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10 Ways to Play for $10 or Less in LA

Hey LA! Looking for something to do with your kids that won’t break the bank?

You’re in luck, because we’ve got plenty of that right here on KidPass. Below, we’ve rounded up 10 of our top providers whose classes start at just 2 credits. Find the one (or more!) that’s right for you!

Gymboree

Where: Thousand Oaks, Alisa Viejo, Anaheim HillsCypressEncinoPasadena, Torrance, and Valencia
Best for: age 5 years and under

A classic! With a great selection of art, play and learn, and sing-along classes, there’s something here for every babe. Designed by experts, these age-appropriate activities help develop the cognitive, physical, and social skills of children as they play. You can read more about Gymboree and its philosophy here.

We Rock the Spectrum

Where: Agoura Hills, Long Beach, Northridge, TarzanaWoodland HillsLaguna Hills, and Redondo Beach
Best for: age 12 years and under

This awesome playspace features therapy equipment, an arts & crafts area, a calming room, a trampoline, zip line, and more. This gym includes specialized equipment that is specifically designed for children with sensory processing disorders, but all children are welcome to play!

Giggles ‘N Hugs

Where: Glendale and Topanga
Best for: age 10 years and under

Want to eat out, but don’t want to battle your kids to stay in their seats? This restaurant brings together high-end organic food with active, cutting-edge play and entertainment for children. While dining, you can expect nightly entertainment such as magic shows, concerts, and puppet shows, and all-day activities like face painting, crafts, and karaoke!

The Playroom

Where: Sherman Oaks
Best for: age 5 years and under

This one-of-a-kind indoor playspace and party place offers a clean, safe, secure play environment where kids can explore, create, imagine, and play alongside their parents. Parents can relax, knowing their kids are entertained, stimulated, and in a great space.

Little Play Society

Where: Mid-Wilshire
Best for: age 4 months – 5 years

A creative, community-minded indoor playroom, Little Play Society stands by the belief that spaces for children can not only be exciting and fun, but beautiful and inspiring. Their unique space offers comfortable lounge areas, a versatile area for parties and celebrations, and of course, an inspiring playspace perfectly suited for younger kids.

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Silly Goose Playground

Where: Lomita
Best for: age 6 years and under

This clean and safe indoor playspace has slides, mini cars, books, and good old-fashioned fun for kids.

Pamper & Play

Where: Santa Monica
Best for: age 8 months – 8 years

This indoor playground has a parent lounge (with free coffee and Wifi!) and play supervisors to entertain your kids, so you can take a break in peace and rest assured that your child is having a great time. Play sessions are organized according to age group, so your little one can also make new friends.

Genius Kids Club

Where: Studio City
Best for: age 10 months – 6 years

This explorative space offers creative arts & crafts classes and inventive science classes. They promote the natural wonder and curiosity of children with exciting, hands-on science and art experiences.

The Green Chateau

Where: Encino
Best for: age 7 years and under

This is not your average open play! The creators of the Green Chateau traveled the world and worked with leading artists to create an engaging, playful, and educational environment, one that stimulates children physically and intellectually through hand-selected sensory games and activities.

Adam’s Garden

Where: Sherman Oaks
Best for: age 6 months – 10 years

Relax with free Wi-Fi and complimentary coffee while your kids take a turn on this custom-built play structure with a trampoline, slide, ball pit, and many more motor skill-developing activities. Crawlers can hang in the baby space where they’ll develop key social skills and improve concentration, attention span, and memory.

Check out all upcoming activities across the Los Angeles area for even more ways to have fun! 

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