SAN ANTONIO – These kid-friendly indoor options aren’t just for kids, they’re fun for the whole family.
If the weather has you stuck inside, or if you're looking to just get out of the house, these are great options the whole family can enjoy.
Painting With a Twist offers family paint nights at different locations on certain nights.
There are several different options to choose from when searching for an escape room experience in San Antonio. Some rooms might be better suited for kids than others, just ask the staff which room would work best for you.
iFLY is a great option for indoor play and children can start flying starting at age 3. iFLY teaches STEM field trip programs and also has “All Abilities Nights” which help the special-needs community participate in flying.
Monster Mini Golf is an indoor black-light arcade and golf center. There’s also laser tag and different promotions on different days of the week when you can get a discount.
Andretti Indoor Karting & Games is a higher price point for indoor fun but the event center is pay as you go for attractions. The recommended minimum age for racers is 7 and the minimum height requirement is 48 inches tall.
K1 Speed is another indoor go-karting option for families. The height requirement for junior racers is 48 inches tall.
Altitude Trampoline Park, ThinAir Extreme Air Sports, Urban Air Adventure Park, Flip’z Trampoline Park, House of Air and Amazing Air are all great options for trampoline parks in San Antonio.
Incredible Pizza Co., Main Event and Dave & Buster’s both offer a multitude of options for indoor play.
The Witte Museum and the DoSeum are family friendly, as well as educational and fun for kids and adults alike.
Want to hit up a skating rink? Check out the Rollercade, Skateland East, Skateland West and Car Vel Skateland. If you're looking to cool down you can also go ice skating at Northwoods Ice & Golf Center.
Honorable mentions for indoor activities include:
- Laser tag
- San Antonio Aquarium