Everyone probably knows these already. But to be complete, here are the indoor play halls in the Zurich area. They have trampolines, various climbing equipment, slides, ball pits, trains or cars to drive, etc. Most play equipment is included in the entrance prices, but most places have a few pay-to-play attractions like bumper cars. Sometimes they require a token or coins. Be prepared.
They all have cafes so you can eat lunch there, some allow picnics. All host birthday parties. I always bring earphones so I can drown out the noise and listen to something interesting while I follow my kids around for hours.
Most are generally open weekday afternoons and all day on weekends. Check individual websites for details.
Lerzenstr. 27 Dietikon
Open Tu-Fr 13:00 to 18:30, Sat-Su and holidays 10:30 to 18:30
Child over 2 CHF 15, Adult 7 CHF
Riedstrasse 3, 8953 Dietikon
Open everyday, Mo-Fr 13:30 to 18:00, Sa-Su and holidays 10:00 to 18:00
Child (once they can walk) CHF 14, Adults free
Hall 3.5 – Glaenternstrasse, 8864 Reichenburg
Open every day 10:00 to 18:00
Children over 2 years old CHF 15, Adults CHF 5
Open all day Tues, Thurs, Sat, Sun, Holidays. Open Wed & Fri afternoons. Closed Mondays.
Children over 2 years old CHF 16, Adults CHF 6
There are some new entries to this space that we haven’t tried yet including Formel Fun in Bülach
You might also like Kindercity in Volketswil, which is a children’s discovery museum with lots of interactive displays for the kids to play with.