Studio Grow is an exciting, EDUCATIONAL PLAY SPACE for children ages 0-6 and their families and caregivers. Drop-in any time or come Monday through Friday for a scheduled program (INCLUDED with admission!):
10:15 am - Story time
11 am - Music time
12 noon - Tumble and parachute time
Weekend programs and schedules may vary.
Available for birthday parties as well.
DISCOUNTS: STUDIO GROW PASSPORTS AUTOMATICALLY RENEW and offer unlimited visits for the pass holder and 3 guests every day for less than $1/person/day! ($99/month, 2 month minimum
Also, receive $1 off admission per group for walking, riding a bicycle, or taking public transit - save money, reduce parking needs, spare the air, and get some exercise!
We actually go to the Concord location of Studio Grow. Overall, it's a very nice place for toddlers / preschoolers.
There are several theme rooms kids can explore (the little doll house, disco room, gym room, craft room, etc). The facilities are very well-kept and clean.
I think that the price is a bit steep and I don't think that it makes sense for a parent to get the membership there. My daughter goes there about once a month and if I start bringing her there more often, she would probably be bored with the same old stuff.
really cool place. didn't exactly like the location of it but awesome inside. its not even that pricey either. 7 dollars each for kid or adult. and under 2 years of age is free. they have all these different stations basically with one for trucks, dinos, baby dolls, kitchen, arts and crafts, music, and a huge room with a ball pit, climbing area, slides etc. really fun place! bring snacks though! they didnt have much to offer food wize. and also something to read while the kids are playing!
Talk about love hate. I love/hate Berkeley in the exact same way that I love/hate Studio Grow. I love the thought and care put into this indoor "playground" suited for toddlers. I hate how crowded it gets. I hate how some parents ignore their children while they are at Studio Grow creating kids that grab and hit and are generally cranky because they should probably be napping or at least need the interaction of their missing parent. So, if you can hang with Berkeley, are willing to shell out the relatively expensive admission and have a toddler who is bursting with energy get to Studio (as our 20 months calls it) now!
This is such a nice space for kids of various ages to explore and play together. I think 18 months to 5 years old would be the best ages. There is a dance/creative space room with ribbons and scarves - an art room - a tactile/building area - a room for dramatic play (dinosuars and dollhouses) and an area with balls and climbing structures. This is all indoors and my 2 and 5 year old LOVE being here. A nice place to hold a birthday party.