GuideLive: Where to Find the Best Indoor Play Places in DFW

Pay-to-play places and free play places in the Dallas-Fort Worth area when it's just too hot to play outside

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Get ready to have some fun in a blissfully climate-controlled setting. We'll be continually updating this list, so let us know about your favorites. Important note: Some pay-to-play centers may not be open on weekends because they host parties, so be sure to check on hours in advance.

Pay-to-play spots

CooCoos

This Plano attraction abounds with bounce houses of all shapes and sizes including giant versions of a gorilla, alligator and octopus. Kids can also enjoy unlimited train rides during open play. All day admission is $5 for children under 3 and $8 for children 4 and older. coocoos.com.

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