Giggle Jungle

Giggle Jungle Review

Giggle Jungle is an indoor playground in Redmond, WA. Check out our review of Giggle Jungle below!

4 out of 5 elephants

4 out of 5 elephants!

Giggle Jungle is awesome on a rainy day! It’s a wonderful space for kids to play and explore when the weather doesn’t cooperate. Wish it was a bit bigger and stayed open a little longer.

    My Review of Giggle Jungle

    Note: I’m not compensated in any way for this review. This is simply the 100% unbiased opinion of a mom who’s tried the facilities.

    Giggle Jungle
    Redmond Town Center
    7330 164th Ave NE, STE E165
    Redmond, WA 98052

    Price: $12 for all-day access (Nov 2017)

      Why we go to Giggle Jungle

      My tot is always demanding to go to the playground and when it’s too wet to play outside, we usually head for an indoor play space. One of our more frequented play spaces is Giggle Jungle, an indoor playground located at the Redmond Town Center.

        What’s there to do at Giggle Jungle?

        Like other indoor playgrounds, Giggle Jungle offers a safe and cushioned space for children to play at. There are no safety hazards like hard concrete, dangerous toys or slippery surfaces. The playground surface is covered with soft foam mat and even young babies can play there safely.

        Infant/Young Toddler Area

        There’s a small area designated for infants and young toddlers to move about safely. There are also squishy foam blocks and toys for babies to explore.

        Balloon Room

        This is one of my kid’s favorite areas. It’s a small loft with ceiling fans that turn the room into a wind tunnel. With balloons. Kids absolutely love it there, although it took a while for my tot to work up the courage to go inside. Once she’s in there though, it was pretty difficult to persuade her to leave.

        Giggle Jungle Balloon Room

        Bouncy Slide

        There’s a bouncy slide connected to the balloon room and kids can slide into a bouncy play area filled with more balloons. It’s fun there but do watch out for kids tumbling into each other as they slide down.

        Giggle Jungle Bouncy Slide

        Dolphin Ride

        This is another of my kid’s favorite. It’s a carousel with 3 squishy dolphins. It doesn’t sound like much but my tot loves it.

        Climbing Wall and Bouncy Ride

        If your kid is a climber, they’ll enjoy clambering up this cushioned wall. Parents will appreciate the soft squishy landing that’s also a bouncy trampoline.

        Pogo Stick Carousel

        This is another carousel ride, but instead of dolphins, you get pogo sticks that your kid can jump on.

        Giant Lego Blocks

        I didn’t think my kid would be interested in this at all, but she always spends at least 20 minutes playing with these giant Lego blocks. This is the only hard toy at the playground.

        Giggle Jungle Giant Lego Blocks

          What I liked about Giggle Jungle

          It’s Clean

          Cleanliness was definitely something I was concerned with, considering how quickly cold and flu viruses spread indoors during the colder months. So far, my kid hasn’t gotten sick from the playground.

          Giggle Jungle provides hand sanitizers and I’ve seen the employee working there vacuum the play area regularly. The bathroom is sparkling clean as well.

          All-day Access

          The admission fee is for all-day access, which means I can bring my kid home for lunch and nap, and bring her back for another play session in the afternoon.

          It’s Not Crowded

          We’d visited Giggle Jungle on weekday mornings and afternoons, and during our time there, it was never overly crowded or hectic.

            Before You Go

            Wear Socks

            Both you and your child need to wear socks to enter Giggle Jungle.

            Bring a Snack

            You are not allowed to eat or drink in the play area itself. But towards the back, there is a designated eating area with child-sized chairs and tables. We often see kids refueling there before heading back to the playground to burn off more energy.

            Stroller Parking

            There’s ample space near the cubby storage area for strollers.

            Check Groupon

            Check out discounted passes and punch cards on Groupon before you go.

            Consider Getting the Punch Card

            In November of 2017, the punch card ($45 for 5 visits, and $80 for 10 visits) offer better value than the daily all-day pass ($12). If you think your child would like to revisit the playground, getting a punch card offers better value.

              Would I visit the Giggle Jungle Again?

              Absolutely! Indoor playgrounds are helpful for surviving Redmond’s long and dreary winters. It’s a wonderful space for kids to play and explore when the weather doesn’t cooperate.


              About the Author

              Maureen

              Hi there! I'm Maureen and I'm so glad you are here! Parenthood is an amazing journey filled with whys and how-tos, and my mission is to help you find answers to these questions.

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