Indoor Playground Amsterdam


Keeping your kids entertained when the weather fails, can be a day job, to say the least! Luckily, there are a lot of indoor playgrounds in Amsterdam to make the day less gloomy.

As a parent, you know you need to be a little inventive when it pours outside. We’ve lined up 9 indoor playgrounds in and around Amsterdam, so your kids won’t be bored on a rainy day.

Playhood, Danzigerbocht 15

At this brand new indoor playground in Amsterdam Houthavens, they offer playtime sessions that help children to broaden their personal, social, and emotional development, expand their communication and language skills all the while gaining confidence and most importantly having fun! Quality playtime for children and caregivers. Tickets are 12 euro for kids, and adults pay 8. You can play for 90 minutes.

Indoor playground Amsterdam - Playhood

Monkey Town, Zuidermolenweg 32

If you live in Amsterdam New West, this is the perfect location for you. What we love about Monkey Town is the big lounge chairs where parents can sit in, and the staff is really helpful. Because Monkey Town isn’t located in the center of Amsterdam, it’s never too busy. If you come before 11 am on a weekday, you only pay €5,50 for the little ones! 

Indoor playground Amsterdam
We love the lounge chairs at Monkey Town!

Candy Castle, Erik de Roodestraat

Because of the huge size of this indoor playground, your kids can run free and will never get bored here. On the other hand this also means that you need to climb, slide and help your little one if they are below the age of 4 years old. Located in an old Church, there are trampolines, countless slides, ball pits and a separate play area for the little ones with a reduced fee of €4,-. Of course you can book a birthday party here in one of the themed rooms downstairs. There is even a kart track! Kids from the age of 1, play as long as they want for €10,-

Indoor Playgrounds Amsterdam
The Massive Candy Castle

Vrog, Mr Visserplein 7

Urban movement for kids! Think of trampoline jumping or free running. Here you need to buy a slot of 60 minutes due to safety reasons. You can book an hour of jumping from the age of 7 years old, or the mini’s. Free running training can be booked from the age of 4 years old, or you can book a birthday party. Coming soon are Urban Dance and Breakdance.


In general, this is probably the largest indoor playground in Amsterdam. The location is perfect, right next to Waterloopplein and tucked underneath the street. Once in there, you may need some earplugs because it can be extremely busy, especially in weekends. That said, your kids will love it because there is so much to play with!

Amsterdam indoor playground
The largest indoor playground of them all, TunFun.

Balorig, ArenA Boulevard 240 & Valburgdreef 1001

This indoor playground can be compared to the others above, and it was one of the first places to offer such indoor fun for kids up to 12 years old. There are 2 locations in Amsterdam, so plenty of choice!

Indoor Playground Amsterdam

Speelparadijs Raceplanet, Herwijk 10

This indoor kart-track has a special area that has been designed for kids. Children from all ages get the opportunity to race and ride cars, but also run, climb and play. Additionally, you can also book laser games, bowling and kart racing for older kids. Currently, there are construction works going on to upgrade the playground, follow their Instagram account to stay updated.

The Little Gym, Henkenshage 4

Equally popular are the many upcoming gyms for kids in Amsterdam. In fact, we’ve seen a lot of new businesses that have opened in the last couple of years. Children and babies get the opportunity to practise their movement skills and balance, which is great for development. The Little Gym is probably the most well known gym of all, but if you google, you’ll find the nearest kiddies gym near you.

Ballorig Soft Play, Amsterdam Arena

This indoor playground in Amsterdam is situated inside the most convenient place if you want to go shopping. Like most of the above, it’s indoor fun that involves climbing, ballpits, soft landing gear, and peace of mind for parents.

As shown above, there are plenty of indoor options for a rainy day!

x Wander-Lust

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