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Things to do in Sunnyvale with Kids

August 25 2017
August 25 2017
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  1. Safari Run - 1180 Kern Ave. We all need to let our kids run “wild” sometimes, and Safari Run is the best place to do it. Great for kids 3 and older. They have an open play time

  2. Color Me Mine 302 W. El Camino Real. The perfect place to let your creativity flow. Paint some pottery or they even have candle making. They have monthly events, a private party space and new Kids Canvas Painting Party (ages 9+).

  3. Lemon Tree. 3427 El Camino Real. This play is the sweetest. A stylish cafe-style indoor childrens play center, which caters to moms who want to sit back and relax while their kids are fully entertained. Open play Tuesday - Friday and available for private parties on the weekends.

  4. My Gym. 1171 Homestead Road. I keep coming back to this place because their staff are the sweetest. While the facility isn’t huge, there is plenty of space for little kids to run around, climb, ride the zip line and play games.

  5. Golfland USA. 855 E El Camino Real. A great spot for slightly older kids. They even have small plastic putters for toddlers and kids under 5 are free, which is great! And if you’re not so into the golf, on Saturdays they have unlimited playing at their arcade from 9am-12pm.


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September 11, 2018 12:26 AM

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