What age is best for playing at Roo's World?
Roo’s World was created for children birth to five years old. During low sensory hours (see calendar for times), children with special needs up to 10 years old are welcome to play.
What are your hours?
Roo’s World is open six days a week:
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS:
9:30 am – 4:00 pm (5:00 pm from September 1-June 1)
11:30 am – 4:00 pm (5:00 pm from September 1-June 1)
9:30 am – 5:30 pm (6:30 pm from September 1-June 1)
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS*:
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Closed on Tuesdays.
Low sensory hours are available daily; please check the schedule and make a reservation.
*Membership, or paid reservations, are required on Sundays.
*Hours are subject to change.
How much does it cost to play at Roo's World?
We offer a day pass for $20 per family with in/out privileges; 25% off for one child families. We also offer various membership options that include benefits such as a discount on retail and parties. Both the day pass and memberships include all activities scheduled for the day unless otherwise indicated.
We also have a buy five visits and get one free digital punch card option.
Please see review all of our membership and pass options for details. Babies four months and younger are free.
How does your Play Happy Hour work?
The last hour of each day is 50% off the drop-in pass rate.
Who can participate in low sensory hours?
All children are welcome to play during low sensory hours. However, they are intended for children who need a more quiet, calm and peaceful play environment. Low sensory hour reservations are required. Please check the schedule for times and add yourself to the schedule. If you visit Roo’s World during Low Sensory hours without a reservation and we are at capacity, you’ll be asked to return. If we are not at capacity, you are welcome to play!
Members are always welcome to play during low sensory hours.
Why do I need to remove my shoes too?
We have a lot of crawlers and to help keep everyone healthy, we ask you to please remove your shoes and wear socks. If you forget to wear socks, we have a pair available for $1 plus tax.
Can I drop my child off to play?
Adults must accompany and supervise children at all times.
We do offer a co-working with supervised play option for parents who need to get work done during the work week. Please review our co-working space for more details.
Where do I park?
There are a number of parking options in downtown Kirkland. There are several free parking options including street parking, parking near the Kirkland library, and the downtown Marina lot (before 5pm). There are also several pay options.
Check out this guide for details.