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8 New Things To Do in the New Year in LA

New Year, new kids’ activities!

If you’re bored with the same old, same old in your neighborhood, fear not: we’ve added tons of new activities to KidPass LA. Read on to learn more about 8 of our current faves!

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.

Little Elephants Kids Place

Where: Diamond Bar
Best for: age 9 months – 5 years

This eco-friendly playground uses equipment made of wood, and is cleaned with 100% natural cleaning products. There’s also a library with books in a variety of languages, jumpers, ride-on cars, a sensory play area, science/art/theater play, beam projector, slides, climbers, and so much more!

Lucky Duck Swim School

Where: Gardena
Best for: age 4 months and up

This swim school offers private swim lessons for kids of all ages. Their goal is to ensure all students receive quality instruction, confidence in the water, and rise ability. All of this in a safe environment by professional and friendly instructors.

Luv 2 Play

Where: Irvine
Best for: age 6 months – 12 years

This family entertainment center offers a huge 3-story play structure, 3 slides, crawl tubes, air cannons, obstacle courses, a toddler/baby area, ball pits, a block yard, the hottest new arcade style games, a build room, 4 private party rooms, sports TVs, a coffee bar, café, and parent lounge! What’s not to love?

Two cute little boys enjoying playing with bubbles

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Museum of Monsters

Where: West LA
Best for: all ages

This unique seasonal immersive pop-up includes interactive exhibits, fluffy friendly monsters, and Instagram-worthy photo moments around every corner. Designed for children of all ages, visitors can interact with monster slime and jump into a monster ball pit. A family-friendly spooky experience!

LA Kings Valley Ice Center

Where: Van Nuys
Best for: age 3 – 12 years

Go ice skating in LA! This full service ice arena is offering hour-long ice skating sessions for adults and their little ones. A great way to feel wintry this winter!

What a Babe! Kids Studio

Where: Sherman Oaks
Best for: age 3 months – 4 years

What a Babe! offers awesome music, sensory, and musical story time classes for babies and toddlers. Classes are led by kind, friendly, and incredibly talented musicians and artists who curate each class with your sweet ones in mind. Your little ones will have a blast (and you will too!)

iPlayology

Where: Yorba Linda
Best for: age 1 – 11 years

iPlayology is the ultimate destination. This indoor playground has modern play structures where kids can jump, bounce, run, slide, or climb their way to an exciting adventure in a 7,300-square-foot facility. Adults are encouraged to play side-by-side with their children, creating a memorable family experience. Amenities include cell phone charging stations, private baby nursing station, birthday party rooms, and a café.

Looking for more to do in LA? Try one of these 10 Things to Do for $10 or Less. You can also check out all upcoming activities across the Los Angeles area for even more ways to have fun! 

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