Choose Between Two Options
- $34 for 14 drop-in play passes (a $69 value)
- $65 for 28 drop-in play passes (a $138 value)<p>
During open-play hours, kids and parents frolic together through a collection of padded tumbling gym equipment, including balls, parachutes, tunnels, and soft blocks.
Together in Motion
During afternoons at Together in Motion, children, accompanied by their parents, safely crawl through tunnels, practice somersaults, or explore a Parthenon made completely out of padded building blocks atop a cushioned floor. Evenings, however, turn the tables, allowing grownups to take over the space to fling dodgeballs at opponents or rehearse martial arts strikes in time for their kids' Bring Your Ninja to School Day. Weekend nights find thumping dance soundtracks traveling through the rooms, as black-light parties for teens and tweens celebrate birthdays and raise funds for nonprofits.
Though they admit disparate age groups, these classes and events provide a venue for guests to connect through movement. Together in Motion's facility rents its rooms to independent organizations—Social Boston Sports and Arlington Martial Arts among them—that encourage exercise and camaraderie. From the Latin-inspired beats of adult-centric Zumba classes to the musical motor-skill activities of Movin' Groovin' Tots, all of the programs foster both communal support and a healthy sense of self-confidence.
“I really like that you can use the multi-visit pass for their Music and Movement class.”
“I love bringing my toddler to TIM. The open ended materials are great for her development, physically, socially and cognitively. I much prefer this space to other...”
“I love bringing my toddler to TIM. The open ended materials are great for her development, physically, socially and cognitively. I much prefer this space to other local play spaces which are over-stimulating and filled with noisy, plastic toys. ”
“It's great for kids. Even better with the groupon price. Came out to about $2.5 per session. Lots of kids and new friends for the baby to play with. ”