Play Big Opens Second Location in Macomb Mall

The popular indoor playground and arcade opens in Roseville.

We all know that when our kids get a chance to play and let loose, they go big! 

Play Big is an indoor fun center where kids can really play. The popular play space recently opened its second Michigan location in Roseville at the Macomb Mall

The space is divided into two main areas: the Playground and the Game Room.

Photo courtesy of Play Big

On the 10,000-square-foot playground, kids can bounce on inflatables, get competitive with cornhole, test their skills on a giant pool table with pool balls the size of soccer balls and play interactive games. 

At the arcade, you’ll find all of the latest and greatest arcade games for kids of all ages. 

Play Big also hosts birthday parties. Make a reservation to celebrate your little one’s big day or organize a walk-in party.

What are you waiting for? Run, bounce, kick, race and game on at Play Big in Roseville. 

Quick details about Play Big 

  • Hours: Monday-Thursday 3-7 p.m., Friday-Saturday 12-7 p.m., Sunday 12-6 p.m. 
  • Cost: $13/all-day bounce pass, $5/big game pass

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Nikki Roberts
Nikki Roberts
Nikki Roberts is the assistant editor on the Metro Parent team. She is always on the lookout for the coolest and trendiest new attractions, restaurants and events for metro Detroit families. Her newsletters, online family guides and exciting digital content keep families informed on all the latest happenings around town.

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