Once upon a time, you were a child and nothing was better than a carefree day spent running, playing and laughing to your heart's content. Relive that childlike spirit vicariously through the eyes of the lucky youngster you bring to The Enchanted Playhouse!
Fittingly located in Happy Valley, The Enchanted Playhouse is a charming place for both kids and adults. Our play center features a climbing structure, slides, a bounce castle, a puppet theater, toddler toys and more. And the kids won't be the only ones having fun. The parents area features free WiFi, space to relax or work, and even a book exchange. In our front room you will find hand crocheted hats, headbands, and other baby, kid, and womens items for purchase from Adorkable Crochet.
Plus, The Enchanted Playhouse knows kids need nutritious fuel for their growing bodies, so we only serve healthy snacks and drinks. The safe, clean, and fun space is perfect for a rainy day, a play date or a special outing. So, slip on your socks or slippers (yes, even you, grown-ups!) and get ready to play happily ever after.
We went for the first time today and I was a little disappointed. Don't get me wrong. The kids had a blast and they played for a few hours and left rather sweaty. But for the price, I was expecting a lot more. They charge $7 a kid and only have one jump house/slide and one tunnel/slide. The rest is just little plastic cars and balls on the floor. It was kind of like a McDonalds blended with a playtime at a community center. But both of those are a lot cheaper. The good thing is that once you pay, you are good all day. So you can even leave for a lunch and come back. But there really isn't enough for "all-day" play there. At least they do have wi-fi and you can take food/drinks in, so parents have something to do. But the do not have a water fountain, so make sure to bring water! I really would be a decent place to play on rainy days if the prices weren't so outragious. They even have a membership that costs $20 a month and all you get is $2 off when you come??? How does that make any sense?