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2 more new indoor play spaces!
Sure, spring is technically “around the corner,” but in Minnesota, our reprieve from the cold usually comes not in March or April, but as late as June!
Fortunately, we’ve got the scoop on indoor play spaces for kids in the Twin Cities — including more than two dozen venues — at mnparent.com/indoor.
Two new additions to our list include these family-friendly venues:
Rockin’ Jump is now open in Eagan. It’s the first Minnesota franchise for the national company, which has more than 40 locations in the U.S. Activities at this location (just north of Twin Cities Premium Outlets) include trampoline jumping, dodgeball and basketball dunking, rock climbing, an arcade, giant human hamster balls (called Bash Ball), a fidget ladder, a ninja challenge course, a slack line, a stunt bag and a soft play area for younger kids, plus a cafe.
Special Rockin’ Tots jump times cater to ages 6 and younger. Learn more at eagan.rockinjump.com.
Pinwheel Play, meanwhile, opened this past August in Chanhassen and caters exclusively to ages 6 and younger with an indoor play set, a sport court, an infant area, a digital room, a nut-free snack area, a play kitchen (and grocery store) and a fully stocked art room that features a new project every week.
Learn more at pinwheelplay.com.
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