Best Indoor Play Places for Kids Near Dearborn

Looking for something fun to do indoors with your kids? Check out these spots near Dearborn that are sure to be a hit.

You can find so many fun and educational things to do with kids in Dearborn. Whether you’re visiting Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, Greenfield Village, Dearborn Historical Museum, Arab American National Museum, the beautiful parks or cool inside spots, expect to discover something to fit everyone’s interests.

Check out the list below for some indoor play places for kids near Dearborn.

AirTime Trampoline & Game Park

  • Address: 36901 Warren Road, Westland
  • Cost: $18-$20/all-day jump, $16-$18/two-hour jump, $14-$16/one-hour jump; Ages 5 and under get to jump at a discounted rate of $5

Enjoy wall-to-wall trampolines, decibel basketball slam, an Olympic-grade pit, 200-foot obstacle course and much more. Music and movement merge at this local chain full of bouncing fun. Walk-ins and open jumps are available. Although there isn’t an age limit to participate, AirTime suggests it’s for ages 18 months or older.


Photo credit: Dinoland

This allergy- and eco-friendly dinosaur-themed playscape offers a jungle gym with slides and other obstacles, plus a soft-play area for babies and toddlers. Stop by during the day or plan your next party. There is a two-hour play time limit on weekends and holidays.

Fowling Warehouse Hamtramck  

Check out Michigan’s first Fowling Warehouse, which opened in December 2014. Book a party or drop in for open play to try your hand at the football-meets-bowling game of fowling. Kids must be at least 10 to play.

Kidcadia Play Cafe

Check out the 10,000-square-foot facility with multi-level, soft-play climbing structures. There’s also an area specifically for little ones, a Lite-Brite, light gallery, coloring corner and sensory boards. There is a three-hour play limit. Walk-ins are welcome.

Urban Air Trampoline Park

person on obstacle at urban air adventure park in sterling heights
Photo credit: Urban Air Adventure Park

  • Address: 30090 Plymouth Road, Livonia
  • Cost: $39.99/platinum ticket, $29.99/ultimate ticket, $22.99/deluxe ticket, $16.49/basic attractions ticket, $11.99/ages 5 and under; Parent tickets are half the price of the child ticket

This large-scale indoor trampoline park is complete with dodgeball, slam dunk zone, sky rider, bumper cars, climbing wall, ropes course, basic trampolines, tubes indoor playground and more. There are open-play hours seven days a week.

Yoyo’s Fun Center 

Photo courtesy of Yoyo’s Fun Center

The play area has jungle gyms, ball pits and trampolines. There’s also a pottery painting room. The food menu offers a variety of kid-friendly eats, including pizza, chicken nuggets, salad trays, veggie and fruit platters, breadsticks and more. Also, birthday parties and memberships are available.

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Kari Zaffarano
Kari Zaffarano
Kari Zaffarano is a mom of one and Metro Parent's Audience Development Coordinator. She tracks down the best events every week and shares the inside scoop with families in print and online. She enjoys reading, traveling and exploring metro Detroit with her son.


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