Hours & Prices

Drop-in - Play, Learn, and Bond!

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Cost

  • $ 9.50 per child 1-3 years old.
  • $11.95 per child 4+ years old.
  • Free for children under one-year-old (with a paid sibling).
  • 2 (Two) Free adults per Family.
  • $7.50  additional Adult fee.
  • $40 (any ages ) 1 Month Unlimited Pass.
  • $75 ( any ages) 3 Months Unlimited Pass ( September Special )

 

* All prices are subject to HST

Public Play Hours

Monday:      3:00pm – 6:00pm

Tuesday:      3:00pm – 6:00pm

Wednesday:     3:00pm – 6:00pm

Thursday:     3:00pm – 6:00pm

Friday:    10:00am – 6:00pm

Saturday:    10:00am – 6:00pm

Sunday:    10:00am – 5:00pm

Special Hours

 P.A. Days and School Breaks:     9 am-7pm
Holidays: Please see additional note below
We will be welcoming parents who would like to book GROUP VISITS of 7 or more kids during the mornings in the weekday. Please feel free to call, e-mail, or message us on Facebook for more info!
705-503-7529, play@kaleidoscoppe.com

Accessible Play Centre

We are proud to offer our services to people with disabilities.
Our Centre is 100% accessible-friendly.

Socks-Only Environment

Please note, that Kaleidoscoppe is the socks-only environment. You can also purchase a pair at the counter 😉

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State of the Art Play Zone

Drop-in playtime provides kids a great opportunity to work on their social skills by building and playing with other LEGO® and K-NEX enthusiast and they can create, explore, and have fun building with thousands of small bricks.

Play with Your Children!

At Kaleidoscoppe, our mission is to create an amazing atmosphere for children and parents so they can bond, play, and create together. The Play Centre is packed with developing toys, creative building sets, and fun!

Work while they Play!

Need to wrap-up your project while your child is learning and having fun?  Enjoy our cozy cafe with a wide choice of vegetarian beverages and free wi-fi. While you work, your kids will play with the latest LEGO® and K-NEX®.

“Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded.”

Jess Lair