Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Triangle Town Center: Play Area

From Sarah C. today:

Similar to its sister mall, Cary Towne Center, the play area at Triangle Town Center is located outside of Sears. It also features a walled play area with one entrance and a padded floor but is larger and has more play equipment.

During our visit, D only got to watch the other kids play. Unfortunately between locating the play area from above and making our way down in the elevator to the lower level, it was swarmed with lots of bigger kids who were having a blast climbing up and jumping off of everything. He would have been run over. This seems a theme in all the mall play areas so keep that in mind when you take any smaller kids particularly on busier shopping days.

Just outside of the play area are vehicles kids can “ride” with a few quarters (or, again, a bit of imagination). Also, though not officially a ride, the closest elevator is in Sears and is glassed in. It provided lots of excitement for our little guy and, of course, it’s free.


Triangle Town Center Play Area – Raleigh
http://www.triangletowncenter.com

5959 Triangle Town Blvd
(919) 792-2222

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At June 29, 2010 at 10:47 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sarah-

Thanks for your great post on the Triangle Town Center Play Area!

Triangle Town Center is hosting Kids Fest on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month, July-September, from 2-5PM. This event series is absolutely free!

Triangle Town Center also has an Interactive Pop Jet Fountain outside of the Food Court that operates May-September. This attraction is free, as well! Make sure you bring a towel!

Be sure to check out the Triangle Town Center events page for more on our kid friendly activities!

Thanks!

Sara Schwalm
Triangle Town Center

 
At June 30, 2010 at 11:11 AM , Blogger chapelhillmom said...

Sara-
Thanks so much for the comment and for reading our blog!

We'll certainly list the Kids Fest in our ongoing summer events.

And as you might read, we just discovered outdoor water "spraygrounds" and it sounds like the Pop Jet Fountain might be another one to try out.

Again, thanks for the comment and support!

 

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