Indoor Play Spaces in Pittsburgh Heather Hopson December 31, 2016 Uncategorized Dear Diary, Although winter isn’t officially underway on December 21st, the snow and temperatures are falling. But don’t let Mother Nature rain on your family’s parade. Your kids can still run, jump and play-they will just do it inside. Being cooped up in the house, especially when it’s cold and dreary outdoors, can cause your family to get stuck in a winter rut. To cheer up your children, take a drive to these indoor play spaces for various ages. Babies The Pittsburgh Toy Lending Library in Shadyside is a fun indoor play space with a toy lending library for children from birth through age six. Members can borrow a toy or two from more than 400 selections. There’s also an art space, where kids can color, paint and make crafts from an endless supply of materials, like beads and tissue paper. Toddlers Now through January 17th, tots can have a grr-ific time at the Daniel the Tiger exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh on the Northside. They can play dress up and pretend to be their favorite characters from the show; write a thank you note and attach it to the Thank You Tree; and they can sort, deliver and receive mail and packages at the Neighborhood Post Office. Little Kids Slide into action at Fun Slides Carpet Skate Park in Ross Township. The 33,000 square foot facility features large carpet ramps, Blacklight Dodgeball, a Ninja Challenge obstacle course and glowing inflatable Bounce and Slide areas. This is a great alternative for little kids who haven’t yet learned how to ice skate or skateboard. Click here for ideas for big kids & teens. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.