Indoor Places to Play, Bounce, Jump in & around SnoValley


By Snoqualmie Valley-Issaquah-Sammamish Macaroni KID April 2, 2018

Winter days in the northwest often mean rain and cold temperatures that are not conducive to long periods of outdoor play.  So, what to do? Check out some great local and nearby options to keep the kids happy and you sane!  Macaroni Kid has you covered with ideas from all around Puget Sound! 


Arena Sports FunZone {Issaquah & Redmond}:An indoor inflatable playground with ample slides and climbing and jumping platforms.

Gymnastics East {Issaquah & Bellevue}: Open Gym at designated times for any child in kindergarten through middle school.

Kidz Bounce {Issaquah}: Multiple inflatable climbing and jumping structures, plus slides and some riding cars.

SnoValley Indoor Playground {North Bend}: Community Center at Si View Park sets up four play zones suitable for different ages between 0 to 5.

Springfree Trampoline Showroom {Issaquah}: Test a trampoline plus accessories out for free in the showroom.

  •      Rates are free after signing in. Call ahead at 425-654-1306 if planning a group meet there.
  •      Hours

Toddler Time {Issaquah}: Indoor playground at Issaquah Community Center with assorted bikes, wagons, and toys.

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created 9/19/2019

updated 4/4/2022

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Funtastic Playtorium {Bellevue}: Ball blaster area, interactive soft play are for toddlers, climbing gym, and rotating octopus.

Kid’s Cove {Bellevue}: On 3rd floor of Bellevue Square and features a maritime theme with climbable structures and softly padded floors.

  •      Rates are Free
  •      Hours

KidsQuest Childen’s Museum {Bellevue}: Hands-on interactive educational museum for children ages birth to 8 years old.

WiggleWorks Kids {Bellevue}: Inside Crossroads Mall with mechanical climbing structures, tot area, balloon room, and more.

Giggle Jungle {Redmond Town Center}: Mechanical climbing structures and moving rides, balloon room, and more.

Happy Nest {Redmond}: Age-appropriate play toys and activities including train tables, bouncy balls, slides, reading corner, art center, dramatic play, and more.

Jumping Beans Indoor Playspace and Cafe {Redmond}: Climbing gym, slides, ball pit, and assorted blocks and imagination play toys.

Pump It Up {Kirkland & Lynnwood}: Inflatable indoor park with assortment of bounce houses and similar attractions.

Rainbow's Playground Depot {Kirkland}: Showroom doubles as a giant indoor playground featuring swings, slides, and playhouses and climbing parts.

Roo’s World of Discovery {Kirkland}: Montessori-based play space with carefully curated toys and ample space for adults to engage with their children.

Elevated Sportz {Bothell}: Indoor trampoline park with 4 trampoline courts, a four story play castle, foam pit, dodgeball, and slam dunk.

Imagine Children’s Museum {Everett}: Hands-on exhibits focusing on water play, imagination play, and more.

Kids Discovery Museum {Bainbridge Island}: Hands-on museum with assorted science and imagination-based exhibits. Take the Seattle-Bainbridge Island ferry and enjoy a short walk up to the Museum.