- $18 for a five-admission punch card ($35 value)
Admission grants kids aged 1–15 all-day access. Children younger than 1 year of age receive free admission, as do those older than 15 when accompanied by a child.
A stay-at-home mom founded Chelsea TreeHouse, a 9,000-square-foot indoor “unplugged” play space free of any distracting video games or other electronics. The play area is outfitted with slides, swings, bridges, and a multilevel climbing structure, and basketball hoops allows aspiring players to practice slam dunks within eyesight of parents or guardians lounging in leather seating. During birthday parties, groups of kids can take advantage of amenities such as pizza, balloons, and lemonade. For everyday nourishment, TreeHouse’s full-service cafe replenishes energy with healthy bites such as veggies, yogurt, and cheese while parents enjoy more adult fare, such as sandwiches, salads, soups, and Zingerman’s Coffee.
96% of 563 customers recommend
“For younger kids. 2-7”
“We love this place when the right crowd is there, but when there are too many older kids, it is not fun. The older kids tend to not follow the rules and trample over...”
“We love this place when the right crowd is there, but when there are too many older kids, it is not fun. The older kids tend to not follow the rules and trample over the littler kids. I wish staff members would kick them out after 3 strikes. ”
“Wash hands frequently!”
1101 S Main St.
Chelsea, Michigan 48118