To keep our PlayPark areas clean and out of consideration for all of our guests, socks are required. Socks are sold at the Guest Services desk if you forget to bring yours.
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Yes. General admission for ages 1 year-17 years is $8.00/child(tax included). Parents/Guardians may play for free. Frequent PlayPark users should consider purchasing a 10 admission pass for $75.00 or an annual membership (price varies depending on residency and number of children) - both may be purchased online or at the Edinborough Park Guest Services desk.
Aside from a few holiday closures, Edinborough Park Great Hall and Adventure Peak are open every day of the week: Currently the hours are Monday-Thursday from 9:00 am - 8:00 pm, Fridays and Saturdays from 9:00 am-7:00 pm and Sundays from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Reservations are not required.
Edinborough's Adventure Peak is designed for children up to age 12. The Great Hall(gym) has small sized basketball hoops, a bouncy house and various trikes and toys suitable for children up to age 12. Little Peak is for ages 4 and under with their parent/guardian only. Ages 1-17 are charged admission, but parents/guardians ages 18 and up may play for free. Edinborough does not charge admission for infants under age 1.
The park was designed and built with wider tunnels so that parents could actively play with their children.
"Little Peak" is a padded play, gated area located in the Adventure Peak space and is for ages 4 and under and their parents/guardians. It includes a small slide and climbing area, as well as interactive musical elements. Please note this is a "Socks Only" zone (no bare feet or shoes).
The PlayPark includes Adventure Peak, our large climbing structure, Little Peak, our toddler padded play area, and the Great Hall, a gym area with a bouncy house, balls, scooters, and small basketball hoops. Admission to the PlayPark includes both areas. Please bring your socks, as Adventure Peak, Little Peak, and both bouncy houses are "Socks Only" zones.
No. For the safety of all guests, balls, toys and other play equipment should be kept at home.