If you are looking for a Dallas-area indoor playground for kids, look no further! We found all the spots that offer pretend play, climbing, crafts and STEM activities, perfect for a dreary or rainy day. Find your new favorite indoor play space below!

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Play Street Museum
With a slew of DFW locations to choose from, there’s play around every corner at Play Street. Play Street Museum is an interactive children’s museum purposefully designed to encourage a young child’s sense of independence, exploration, and creativity. By narrowing the focus of our museums to the interests and imaginations of children eight and under, young explorers will discover educational exhibits and activities in a world specifically crafted just for them. Because of our deliberate and manageable scale, children are able to self navigate throughout the museum to engage deeply in activities that they are most interested and passionate about.

Dallas, Flower Mound, Fort Worth and more
Online: playstreetmuseum.com

Park in Play
Your kids will love playing in the historical and custom-designed village that includes a grocery, fire department, police department and more. They also offer many activities to help develop your child’s fine motor skills through music, puzzles, block-building and so much more.

7340 Highway 78, Suite 1100
Sachse, TX
Online: parkinplay.com

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EQ Kids Club
This spot is as adorable as it is fun for the little ones. It is a safari themed spot where imaginations run wild. There are loads of opportunities for pretend play, STEM toys and developing fine motor skills, all while having fun! Look for special music events and parents night out drop-offs.

3245 Main St., Ste 239
Frisco, TX
Online: eqkidsclub.com

Moody Family Children’s Museum at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science
Dive into a world on your scale! Roam, play, and discover together on an adventure filled with an indoor nature hike, exploring a pint-sized farmer’s market, splashing at the water play table and crawling up, over, and through just about everything in sight. The Children’s Museum is for children ages five and under with their adult companions. Kids will especially love climbing up, down, and all around a kid-sized version of the Dallas skyline.

2201 N. Field St.
Dallas, TX
Online: perotmuseum.org

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The Crayola Experience
This spot features an indoor play area, a make-your-own crayon station and a place to create computer drawings that you can color. With 25 hands-on activities you can spend the whole day here and not get bored. Kids can climb in the Color Playground and take a snack break at the cafe inside.

The Shops at Willow Bend
6121 W Park Blvd, Suite A100
Plano, TX
Online: crayolaexperience.com

The Kids Play Co.
Kids will love playing the adorable play houses at this spot that’s fun for the youngest visitors. There is a designated infant area along with free WiFi and coffee. Stop by for music and other classes throughout the week.

2701 Custer Parkway, Suite 718
Richardson, TX
Online: thekidsplayco.com

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The Happy Lark
This 1,700-square foot indoor play space will shake up your regular play routines. Get out of the house, stay cool, meet new friends and grab a free cup of coffee. Let your children create, explore, imagine and get their wiggles out in this innovative play space. The space changes with the season to offer new experiences for those who visit frequently. Bonus: it also has a super cute kids’ clothes shop attached!

6012 Southwest Blvd
Fort Worth, TX
Online: thehappylark.com

The Fort Worth Children’s Museum 
Located inside the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, this museum targets the Museum’s youngest guests—age birth to 8—and those who care for them. There is a healthy kids clinic, an infant/toddler developmental space, a parent resource room that also serves as a multi-purpose space, a family restroom, a nursing room for mothers, and a natural science space.

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1600 Gendy Street
Fort Worth, TX
Online: fwmuseum.org

—Kate Loweth

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