Pune has several kid-friendly places which your children would love to visit and have a gala
time. Here is a curated list for you.

1. Jump at Trampoline Park

Our city is home to two trampoline parks that have become quite popular with the young
crowd. In fact, even adults can join. The cushioned grounds and walls make it totally fun to
bounce here and there. These parks also have soft play areas.
 Skyjumper Trampoline Park: Creaticity Mall, Yerwada Road, Pune
 Butterfly Trampoline Park: Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park, Hinjewadi, Pune

2. Explore Science at Amazeum Children’s Museum
A one of its kind place in Pune, Amazeum encourages your children to discover, learn and
play. Spread across 8500 sq ft area across two floors, it offers a host of engaging activities
for kids. Your kids can see balls perform a magical mid-air dance, race boats, do role plays,
try their hands at construction, draw and paint, create a giant soap bubble tower around
them, and do a lot more.
Address: The Pavillion Mall, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune

3. Spend Hours at Play Zones
Nearly every mall in the city has a play zone where your little ones can skip, jump and hop to
their hearts’ content. These play zones are packed with action-packed and interactive games
and activities. Some of the prominent play zones in Pune are:
Kaboom: Seasons Mall, Hadapsar and Ozone Shopping Mall, Aundh
Bumble Jumble: Dorabjee Mall, NIBM-Kondhwa Khurd
Kiddington: Amanora Mall, Hadapsar
Happy Planet: Phoenix Marketcity Mall, Viman Nagar

You can also visit Hands On Child Discovery Centre located in Lane 6, Koregaon Park.

4. Joshi’s Museum of Miniature Railways
This place will simply wow your kids! It houses pocket-sized models of a small city, moving
trains, engines, cars, trees, street lights, roads, restaurants, etc. The stairs through which
you enter the museum are designed to resemble a railway platform while a short passage
that leads up to the museum looks like a train bogie.
Address: 17/1, B/2, Late GA Kulkarni Path, Next to, Kothrud, Pune

5. Pimpri Chinchwad Science Park

Your children can easily spend a few hours here delving into various science activities and
exhibits. It also has an inflatable dome-shaped planetarium, 3D science shows, a dinosaur
park, an automobile engineering gallery, etc.
Address: Kalewadi Road, Pimpri Chinchwad

6. Plan a Cricket Date at Blades of Glory Museum
Did you know our city is home to the world’s biggest cricket museum? It boasts authentic
signed memorabilia from various national and international cricketers. It displays bats
signed by 12 World Cup-winning teams, the trouser of Sachin Tendulkar when he scored his
50th test century, personal cricket gear of several cricketers, and much more.
Address: Govind Gaurav Apartment, Swanand Society Lane 1, Sahakarnagar

Have you visited any of these places? Do leave your reviews here!

About Rekha Menon

Rekha Menon is a primary teacher by profession, now engaged in various hobby & craft classes for kids, and occasionally writes about topics which interest her. With two teenage kids, she is usually grappling with issues that most parents deal with, and shares her views to stimulate discussion on these.


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