Indoor Playgrounds in Stuttgart Area
Looking for something to do with your kids and having a break?
There are several Indoorplaygrounds in and around Stuttgart, which are ideal if the weather is bad and you NEEEED to get out before going crazy.
So get into comfortable clothes and bring socks, better slippersocks with a textile sole to prevent slipping and join the fun (some of them require especially those). Trainers are not allowed.
In general your own food and drinks are not allowed, but there is catering, where you can buy snacks and drinks.
Please find below a list of Indoorplaygrounds in the region. Make sure to check their opening hours (Öffnungszeiten) and holidays (Schließtage) on their webpages before you go.
All age groups – kids of all ages are allowed, but this does not mean that it is fun for the older ones. Have a look at their webpages and you will know, as you know your child best.
Nearly all Indoorplaygrounds offer birthday parties and packages. Usually you can bring your own cake. Please check packages and prices at their webpage.
Special tip: buy the same T-Shirts for your bunch of kids as a give away for them and an easy identifier for you to check where they are and summon them for food or other activities.
Karamellchenwelt Stuttgart Zuffenhausen (0-8)
70435 Stuttgart Zuffenhausen
especially suitable for smaller kids
Sprungbude (recommended from 8 years – younger kids allowed but to be accompanied by an adult all the time)
70374 Bad Cannstatt
Indoor playground with trampolines (just around 80…)
You need to buy their special socks (2,50 Euros) in addition to the entrance fee.
Very good for older kids and their birthday parties.
Each child under 18 needs and admission slip signed by their parents.
Soon another Sprunghalle will open in Filderstadt.
Tobidu Kinderland Stuttgart Fellbach (all age groups)
Stuttgarter Staße 106
Croco Island (all age groups)
Heilbronner Str. 61
71691 Freiberg a. N.
Kikolino (all age groups)
Simigolf (from 10 Years)
Ravensburger Kinderwelt (3-12 years)
Bahnhofstr. 2 (Wette Center)
Trainstop: An der Wette
bambilicious (0-5 years)
especially suitable for smaller kids and babies – they offer the full range of food especially for the little ones too!
funpark Köngen (all age groups)
Special feature: The roof of this indoor playground can be opened if the weather is nicer than we thought.
Kikimondo (up to 12 years)
Dettinger Str. 136
73230 Kirchheim T.
Freestyle Academy (all age groups)
This is a skater/scooter/trampoline park also for older kids/teens, but with a small area for little kids up to 6 years.
To use the whole area you need to attend an introduction course (Royal coachman), which you need to sign up for via the Internet. Please call them or check their website for further information.
Sensapolis (all age groups – English website)
Trainstop: Calwer Straße
Huge indoor playground also great for older kids, therefore also a little pricey.
Greater Stuttgart Area
Froggyland Cabriolo (2-13 Jahre)
Funpark Waldrems (für alle)
Pforzheimer Str. 113/1
Indoor Soccer (not only for kids....)
Soccer Arena Sindelfingen (6-16 years)
Hall of Soccer
0711 – 70703955
Please also check the Blogpost about winter playgrounds - they are for free and a lot more low key - like playgrounds outside in the summer.
October 2019 Kira Neumann
This blog post is a personal recommendation and based on personal experience. It has been prepared with the greatest possible care and does not claim to be correct, complete or up-to-date.“ Picture credit: Kiramiga
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