Here are a list of indoor play centerse in our community. If you would love to have some mom friends meet you at these places while the kids play then then join the MOMS Club of Drexel Hill! To learn more about our group check out our FAQ page or contact us. We're always happy to have new members.
Bette's Fun Center is designed for kids between the ages of 15 months and 10 years old. Anyone in that age range must pay an admission fee. Anyone outside of that range is free but anyone over 10 years old may only use the arcade center. Bette's Fun Center has a huge room that has bounce houses, slides, an arcade center and more to keep kids older than toddlers entertained. There is also a fenced off section in that larger room called toddler town. One sign says it's meant for kids aged 5 and under, another says "4 and under". Toddler town has a bounce house, small slide/play structure and both electronic and kid powered riding toys. There is no door or gate to block children from leaving or entering toddler town but they can only leave from one location. Outside food is not allowed but there is a snack bar in the play area that serves warm food and ice cream along with plenty of seating. While there is only one exit from the large play room it is easy to lose track of your children since the center arcade splits the room in two blocking the view of the other side. Admission costs more on the weekend but there are Groupons available. For more information please check out their website here.
371 Baltimore Pike Springfield, PA 19064 There are two parking lots, a small one near the entrance and one at the back of the building. Most of the parking spots in the front are handicapped parking and only a few are general parking spots. The back lot has plenty of parking but if you are coming from the back lot you have to climb up stairs to get to the front of the building. The side entrance is for emergency only.
Before you go inside everyone in your party has to have their hand stamped. They check everyone's hand stamp as they leave to ensure that children leave accompanied by the correct adult(s). They have a lot of arcade style games. There is no admission fee but you have to pay for a tokens that are loaded onto a card that allows you access to the games. There is also food for sale. Check out their website for coupons. Chuck E Cheese can get very crowded on the weekend especially when they are hosting birthday parties. Serve can be slow during these times.
Jumpers is designed for children between 18 months and 10 years old. You have to climb up stairs to get to the Jumpers entrance which makes it difficult to bring a stroller. Jumpers is like a much smaller version of Bette's Fun Center and when it's crowded, there isn't much space for a stroller anyway. Being smaller it's easier to keep track of your children. There is a small arcade and eating area at the main entrance which is separate from the play room. You can bring your own individually packed lunches but only during the week. They also sell snacks and drinks from vending machines in the eating area. The play room has a lot of climbing structures and bouncy houses. One bouncy house is only for toddlers. There are also some benches for adults to sit on. For more information check out their website here.
Lulu's Casita is a cafe where you can try to enjoy some coffee and a snack while your kids play in the same room within eyesight. The play area which is gated off from the cafe section is designed for children age 6 months to 5 years old. There are plenty of play options for children in this age range and you don't have to worry about much older kids running over younger kids. They also have a calendar of events.