Open Play at Monkey Do!

  • Thursday, Feb 22, 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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  • Ages: Birth - 5 Years
  • Standard Price: $10
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  • Category: Sports & Fitness
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Move and play! Make friends in space that's perfect for little ones and toddlers to explore and climb. This free play time is designed to get parents, caregivers and the kids out of the house, connecting with each other and having fun! They can enjoy moving around in our kid-friendly environment. They can enjoy moving around in our kid-friendly environment, and weather permitting, the backyard too.
When to arrive:
5 minutes before
Cancellation policy:
24 hours in advance
Caregiver required:

52 Reviews


4.3 Average

Emily W.


Feb 6, 2018

Very simple and small arrangement of soft play apparatus/tunnels and toys. My 15m daughter is fairly cautious and so she benefited from the low number of children (5 others) and the fact they were of similar age (all under 2). She enjoyed herself, but I can imagine it would get boring for older kids quickly. As a parent, my enjoyment (apart from engaging with my child!) was very much dependent on whether the other parents/carers were chatty - their was plenty of awkward silence!

Breanna K.


Jan 28, 2018

Perfect for smaller kids! My 11mo old daughter loved the open play. It is a small space and I could see older kids getting bored but crawlers and early walkers are perfect.

Derewko T.


Jan 11, 2018

Good play space. Lots of toys but a bit small.

Shakisha D.


Oct 3, 2017

My daughter had a great time.

Cha I.


Aug 9, 2017

Amazing for small babies and infants, maybe for those taking a class. My two toddler boys, 3 and 5, were bored and ran out of things to really do. They made the best of it but compared to other KidPass activities they were not enthused.


Monkey Do! Yoga


106 reviews across 11 activities

279 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215
(347) 987-3797

A Family Yoga studio, the only one of its kind in Brooklyn - offering Yoga, Movement and Open Play.

Editor’s Tip
Marni Sandler founded Monkey Do! Yoga on the principles that learning and growth happen best through play, and that yoga is an important way to help all children, including those with sensory processing disorders, reach their full potential.
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