Play Planet is wholly devoted to children's entertainment. A large structure protected by nets and mattresses allows ... More
Play Planet is wholly devoted to children's entertainment. A large structure protected by nets and mattresses allows children to follow designated routes through slides, rubber balls, little staircases, tunnels and trap doors. Socks must be worn and the children are constantly supervised by young educators. There is also a bar with tables and chairs for parents and children where birthday cake can be ordered for any young celebrants. It is also possible to rent the space for a party. Age range is 1 to 13 years.
I took my niece and her friend to Play Planet and boy did we have a blast! the kids loved it and they're constantly begging me to take them back (thought what kid wouldn't?). We had lots of laughs and all had a really great time. It's a great place for families and kids and I would highly recomend on going!
I loved taking the kids here to play while relaxing with my friends for a coffee. There is a nice little bar that has all sorts of snacks, quick meals so especially great after school. They have lots of entrance prices to suit everyone's needs (one time, half hour, monthly, or my favorite 5 time pass).
They also do birthday parties which every kid loves.
My favorite part is that afterwards it's home for a quick bath, dinner and bedtime becomes so easy after getting tired playing in a secure place. It certainly beats the public parks.
They have locations all over Italy, although I have only seen the one in Milan and the one in Turin (with a great pizzeria!)
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