Open Play at Curiosity on Court

Open Play

Curiosity on Court

4.3 (122 Reviews)
Categories: Play  |  Ages: 12 Months - 10 Years  |  Format: In-Person
Open Play at Curiosity on Court

From front to back, our play space features a magnetic tube ball-wall where kids can build their own tracks and learn about gravity with magnetized pieces of PVC piping, cork screws, and other pieces by running plastic golf balls through their creations. We have a Nature Nook for little ones with puzzles, bead mazes, a tunnel, and a soft climber and slide. Behind that we have a Brooklyn themed climbing wall. Across from the climbing wall we have the imaginary subway where children can press buttons to make the same sounds that they hear on the train.

In the back half of the space we have a wooden train set, a play kitchen, and an area for building blocks. Our biggest attraction is our Brooklyn themed play structure. It features "The Brooklyn Bridge," "The Holland Tunnel," two levels, giant inflated balls, and a large tube-slide.
When to arrive:
5 minutes before
Cancellation policy:
3 hours in advance
Caregiver required:

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155 reviews across 6 activities

278 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Cobble Hill
(347) 294 0160
Welcome to Curiosity on Court, a world of energy and excitement! Our custom-designed play structures and exhibits were created to raise the curiosity and fuel the imagination of kids 1–10 yrs old. Whether they’re conquering our climbing wall, taking a ride on the subway, making connections on the magnetic ball wall, or finding their route through our multi-level play structure, there are hours of fun for everyone.
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Editor’s Tip
The idea for Curiosity on Court stemmed from founder, Catherine McKeown’s desire for a space she could take her own children to play, that also incorporated museum-quality, interactive elements.