There’s nothing like an indoor play space to help fend off the cooped-up crazies on a snowy/rainy/too hot to move day. Brooklyn parents’ sippy cup runneth over with indoor playgrounds of all types for all ages. Water tables, towering treehouses, ball pits and slides, you can find all of this and more in the county of Kings. Click through to see our favorite Brooklyn play spaces — and don’t forget your socks!
Totally Tots at Brooklyn Children’s Museum
If you’ve never considered the Brooklyn Children's Museum as a little kids' play destination, think again. The Totally Tots area, dedicated to those 5 and under, offers a water-play space; an art studio; a theater; building zone, and more. There's even a "Baby Hub" to ensure safe, soft play for those under 18 months.
Where: 145 Brooklyn Ave., Crown Heights
Hours: Tues.-Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Thurs. until 6 p.m.; closed Mondays)
Cost: $11 (includes admission to the whole Museum; children under 12 months are free)
Ages: 0-5 years
Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Children's Museum Facebook Page
Where in Brooklyn do you take your kids for some indoor fun? Let us know!
— Hanna R. Neier