Kids Activities in Rochester Hills


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  • Boogie Babies
    Boogie Babies’ childcare style mixes play with education. The center offers open-play sessions, where kids can enjoy music concerts and puppet shows before manning an Xbox or Wii, taking up residence in an indoor treehouse, and sketching their handprints or blueprints for their future condos onto a chalkboard wall. Classes teach tots second languages from French to sign language, as well as dance, music, and other arts. Special activities include weekly live music events and story times. Regardless of their kids’ activity, parents can rest assured knowing the facility is spotlessly clean—shoes are strictly forbidden, and every surface is sanitized with UV light and eco-friendly cleaning products.
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    1928 Star-Batt Drive
    Rochester Hills, MI US
  • Classic Lanes
    An iconic neighborhood bowling tavern. Known for being spotlessly clean, having friendly service and affordable fun seven days a week.
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    2145 Avon Industrial Dr
    Rochester Hills, MI US
  • Meadow Brook Hall
    Matilda Dodge Wilson, widow of automobile pioneer John Dodge, once said that "Knowledge of the past helps people face the challenges of the future." And in the late 50s, she and her second husband made a grand gesture in the name of knowledge: they donated two million dollars, their estate's 1,500 acres, and their mansion to found the campus for Michigan State University, now Oakland University. The mansion, Meadow Brook Hall, preserves Wilson's legacy through its gorgeous setting and decor, including original artwork, antiques, and Tiffany stained glass. As a national historic landmark and constructed between 1926 and 1929, Meadow Brook Hall represents one of the finest examples of Tudor-revival style architecture in America, and is especially renowned for its superb craftsmanship, architectural detailing and grand scale of 88,000 square-feet. Size: a 110-room Tudor revival-style mansion Crown Jewel: a medieval-inspired ballroom with high arching ceilings, which once stretched over the likes of Frank Sinatra and the cursed fedora that controlled his mind Eye Catcher: the intricately-carved plaster ceiling in the Christopher Wren Dining Room Don't Miss: the rococo-style furniture and reproduction artworks on display in the French Room Hidden Gems: rare editions among the 800 leather-bound books in the library Pro Tip: photography is only allowed outside for visitors who've purchased tours Special Programs: daily house tours, plus a Children's scavenger hunt that explores the Rose Garden and other outdoor grounds
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    480 South Adams Road
    Rochester Hills, MI US
  • Rochester Play
    Rochester Play was founded by three Rochester-area parents who recognized the need for a safe space for kids to be active and entertained. Movement and creativity are two things every kid needs, and so kinetic and cerebral acrobatics both play into this large indoor space. Its Northern Michigan?themed playground is full of tunnels, slides, bridges, and crawlspaces, all softly cushioned and kept clean enough to eat alphabet soup off of. In addition to the main play area, Rochester Play also features a smaller play area for toddlers. Visitors of all ages can relax and reenergize at the cafe, which specializes in nutritious food, featuring organic options, whole-fruit smoothies, and locally made breads and baked goods.
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    210 W University Dr.
    Rochester, MI US

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