The Rise of Indoor
Play Spaces

Playground Abode

The rise of indoor play spaces in the United States reflects several societal trends and needs, driving both demand and innovation in this sector. We are also seeing a hybrid model of indoor play and co-working spaces for parents.

We recently partnered with several female founders and owners of play spaces across the United States. Entrepreneurs in this sector continually innovate to create unique play experiences, incorporating elements like sensory play, imaginative play, and STEAM activities.

Indoor play spaces often serve as community hubs, hosting play groups, birthday parties & other social events that facilitate interaction among families.

Indoor play spaces offer a controlled environment where children can engage in age-appropriate activities under supervision and provide a climate-controlled alternative. And we love the ability to work, have a coffee and pastry while the littles ones play!
“As fellow moms who have enjoyed indoor play spaces with our own children, we feel privileged to collaborate with these inspiring entrepreneurs and women-owned businesses, contributing in a meaningful way to their local communities”

ADDIE GUNDRY
Pluie Founder and CEO

Power of Inclusivity

There's a growing awareness of the importance of inclusive play spaces that cater to children of all abilities. Indoor play spaces are adapting to accommodate children with special needs, ensuring that all kids can participate and have fun.
Inclusive play allows children to interact and learn from each other, fostering understanding and acceptance.
There's a growing awareness of the importance of inclusive play spaces that cater to children of all abilities. Indoor play spaces are adapting to accommodate children with special needs, ensuring that all kids can participate and have fun.
Play is essential for overall child development, including physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development.
There's a growing awareness of the importance of inclusive play spaces that cater to children of all abilities. Indoor play spaces are adapting to accommodate children with special needs, ensuring that all kids can participate and have fun.
Inclusive play provides opportunities to learn new skills, explore their interests, and discover their strengths in a supportive environment.
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By fostering inclusion and acceptance from a young age, we can create a more compassionate and equitable future.

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Overall, the rise of indoor play spaces in the United States reflects a convergence of factors, including lifestyle changes, technological advancements, and evolving attitudes toward child development and safety.

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