Ultimate Guide to Indoor Play


Don’t let the weather — be it too hot, cold, or wet — keep you stuck in the house! There are plenty of local indoor play spaces and opportunities designed to engage, delight, and serve as energy outlets for lively kiddos. The following offer daily, weekly, and special drop-in opportunities and more.

Get Artsy: Arts, crafts, creativity, and more
Get Skating: Roller skating and ice skating
Get Playing: Free play, moonbounces, jumping pillows, and more
Get Wet: Indoor pools, waterslides, water playgrounds, and more
Get Tactical: Laser tag, paintball, reball, and more
Get Vertical: Rock climbing and vertical challenge courses
Get Jumping: Trampoline parks
Get Immersed: Local and regional museums in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC
Get a Ticket: Live plays, shows, performances, and more
Get a Seat: Free and cheap first-run movies

Need more ideas or like to plan ahead? Take a peek at our free-to-use comprehensive calendar which highlights a variety of play opportunities daily.

Disclaimer/Terms: These opportunities are subject to last minute cancellations and changes that might not be reflected in this DullesMoms.com post. Please, always confirm by calling/clicking.

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