The #1 Voted Family Attraction in the world is right here in St. Louis! This unique play space is perfect for all family members, no matter their age.
“Explore the unexpected. City Museum is a hundred-year-old warehouse in downtown St. Louis in which artists have repurposed the pieces of old cities to build miles of tunnels, slides, climbers, bridges, and castles. There are secret passages and grand galleries. Playgrounds and ball pits. A circus and a train. A rooftop school bus and a Ferris wheel.”
Advanced reservations required.
(Hopes to resume dine-in options soon. Kids play area to open when it is safe to do so.)
Located in South Tower Grove Park, this charming establishment has coffee and bakery items, but also kid-friendly menu items like goldfish and animal crackers! While adults sip coffee and utilize free wifi, kids can play in the adorable play space.
Open for group reservations of 10-30 people only at this time.
HealthWorks strives to inspire the community to make positive oral and overall heath choices. Featuring the world’s largest fiberglass teeth, a pretend dental office, medical office and pharmacy, and many other interactive exhibits about the human body, entertain the entire family!
Reopens in June, 2021 – Reservations are required.
Learning history is a hands-on experience at the History Clubhouse, an interactive space specially designed for families. Explore downtown St. Louis, with re-creations of iconic buildings that stand up to 15 feet tall. Then take a trolley ride back in time to serve food at a café during the 1904 World’s Fair, pilot a steamboat on the Mississippi River, and play house in the ancient city of Cahokia. Dress up in period costumes, put on a puppet show, fish over the edge of a canoe, and so much more.
Open Wednesday through Sunday, from 10 AM to 4 PM
(Store is Open – Play Space Temporarily Closed – Check Online for Further Updates)
A fun play space for potty-trained kids while their parents shop at Ikea.
This hip coffee house is located in The Grove and has an adorable kid’s play space located behind a quaint white picket fence! Pastries from Whisk and coffee are the perfect parenting break while kids indulge in arts and crafts, activities, story times, and more.
Open Wednesday through Sunday, 8 am – 4 pm.
Your journey through the St. Louis Aquarium starts along a freshwater river and the shallow waters of a salt marsh, then moves into the deep, dark abyss of the open ocean. Browse our galleries to see what’s in store for you when you spend an afternoon at the most unique indoor attraction in St. Louis!” In addition to the Aquarium, Union Station is home to a ropes course, mirror maze, mini golf course, and the St. Louis Wheel.”201 South 18th Street, St. Louis, MO 63103
“Welcome back to the Saint Louis Science Center. To all the worlds inside it, big and small. To atoms and oceans, sand and stardust, dinosaurs and dark matter.” The Science Center is free to enter, and you will easily be able to spend an entire afternoon exploring their exhibits, seeing the latest Omnimax movie, learning about the stars in the Planetarium, experiencing their latest special traveling exhibit, and more!”
Rock climbing for all ages! Enjoy the climbing play area or scale true rock walls!
Open for private playdates.
Urban Play Fort is a place to gather with adults while letting children let their imaginations run wild and work out some wiggles. Free wifi and a cafe with food and drink make this the perfect cosy place to get some work done, or socialize with adults.
Prices start at $8 for unlimited play all day, and $6.50 for additional siblings. Play passes are also available.
This discovery room at the Zoo provides unique opportunities for children, age 0 to 8, and guardians to explore the wonders of the natural world together through play spaces. A backyard wildlife simulation, animal care corner, Wildlife Theater, Cubs & Pups Pad for kids under two and more complete this fun area at the zoo!
Prices and hours vary based on day and time.