For better or worse, long gone are the days of entertaining kids at home with coloring books, the classic Etch A Sketch, and for those old enough to remember it – Pong. Kids today need lots of stimulation. So play places, particularly indoor ones when there is very hot or inclement weather, is a must for many parents and caregivers. That’s where KidTopia indoor play center, the fun, inviting indoor playground in Northern California comes in.

KidTopia indoor play center is definitely not the play place of yesteryear, but rather a modern, clean, safe, and exciting environment where a kid can be…well…a kid! These indoor playgrounds offer kids a chance to flex their imaginations and be creative – something our digital era tends to put a damper on.

Have you taken your kids to KidTopia? If so, we’d love to hear about your experience there.

If you’re looking for more exciting indoor playgrounds, check out this four-story indoor playground in Northern California that your kids will absolutely love.

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What is there to do indoors in Northern California with Kids?

With the explosion of indoor playgrounds, trampoline parks, and activity centers, there is no shortage of fun things to do indoors with kids. If you are looking for a few fun activities here are some of our favorite places to go and things to see indoors in Northern California with kids:

  • House of Air, San Francisco, CA: This is the ultimate activity center for kids well as adults. You'll enjoy basketball dunk zones, rock climbing, ninja courses, trampolines, fun zones for younger kids, and even fitness classes, and a skydiving simulator.
  • Urban Air Adventure Park, Sacramento, CA: Urban Air is another high-end trampoline park and ninja course center that also offers laser tag.
  • Lost Worlds Adventures, Livermore, CA: A 27,000-square-foot family fun center with a Jurassic Park theme! Obstacle courses, black light mini golf, a bowling alley, and an arcade await you on the next rainy day adventure.
  • The Musee Mecanique, San Francisco, CA: The Musee Mecanique is a very unique gaming museum slash arcade. With over 300 vintage and antique games, automated fortune tellers, pinball machines, arcade machines, and even some kinda creepy life-sized antique dolls it is quite the experience to show your kids the kind of non-digital devices you had growing up.
  • California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA: This Golden Gate Park science museum is absolutely fascinating for kids and adults of all ages. From the giant Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton that greets you at the door to the 25-foot tunnel aquarium that lets you walk through a massive 100,000-gallon fish tank and even a rainforest you can explore - your imagination and sense of wonder will be stoked.

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