Welcome to Kingston’s Largest Indoor Playground!
There’s always something going at Playtrium. Whether you are young or old, you can be sure your family will enjoy swinging, sliding and climbing through our HUGE multi-level play structure. We are proud of our play centre and encourage you to ask questions and provide feedback during or after your visit. We make improvements based on your suggestions!
Playtrium Tips for First Time Visits:
- Don’t forget your Socks!
- Water Fountain available
- We are a Peanut Free environment. No outside food please (Baby food and water bottles are ok)
- Snacks and Meals available in our Restaurant area
- Average Length of Visit = 1.5 hours
- Parental Supervision is Required
- We are a Safe and Secure environment with Magnetically Locked Doors
- Basic Playground Rules apply
- Parents — we encourage you to play too!
Hey kids! We are hosting a talent show on August 12th! You are invited to join us. We are going to have a great time. If you’ve been taking performance lessons of any kind, such as acting, singing, dancing, gymnastics or playing a musical instrument, then you’re all set with an excellent stage act. You’ve been working hard on your lessons, so now’s the
Big 3 Year Anniversary Event
YES! We are proud to announce that we are celebrating 3 fabulous years of new ownership and management this month! Time flies when you are having fun. AMAZING customers and staff make all the difference. You are invited to join us July 23rd for our annual birthday event. Here’s what you can look forward to: Half Price Admission between 11:00am-3:00pm R.J. The Balloon Dude (afternoon
Top Tips for Play Date Success
A Play Date is a great opportunity for your child to bond with other kids, practice cooperation and exercise their creative muscles. This summer, Playtrium is hosting Play Dates on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Bringing the kids to a giant indoor playground for first time play dates will make entertaining simple! Timing is Everything: Make sure to plan the play date around any scheduled nap times to avoid