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Kidgits Indoor Playground at Livingston Mall – Essex County Indoor Playground


Kidgits Indoor Playground

The entrance to the Kidigts Indoor Playground at the Livingston Mall.

Kidgits Indoor Playground at Livingston Mall


This winter has been filled with snow, snow, and more snow. In between snow days are the freezing cold days that leave us shivering once we venture outside. It has left my family scrambling for new activities when we can’t enjoy the snow outdoors. Conveniently located in front of Sears on the ground floor and with a Dunkin’ Donuts several feet away, parents can relax at the Kidgits Indoor Playground at the Livingston Mall as they supervise their children running and climbing. After a long day of shopping you can finish at this spot as a reward for well-behaved children or just start here if you prefer. It is a great option for escaping rainy days as well as the snow days that appear to have no end in sight this winter.


3 Reasons My Family Loves the Kidgits Indoor Playground at Livingston Mall

  • It’s free!  There is no admission fee to use this indoor playground. If your child needs an hour of just playing and stimulation this very well could be what they need. The only money you spend will be at the surrounding stores.
  • Variety of activities. My 2.5 year old and 18 month old have so much fun as they climb into the bright blue car or as they run around the house so they can go down the slide. The design fits the needs of toddlers perfectly. For the pre-crawler it is a wonderful space but can be overwhelming if a group of kids begin a game of Tag. However in the back area are large puzzles, so if you feel overwhelmed that is great to investigate. The indoor playground is designed for children 42” and smaller, however don’t be surprised if you see some kids are taller than that.
  • Conveniently Enclosed Area. This is a great option especially if you want to pick up a coffee at the Dunkin’ Donuts or the Starbucks Café in the Barnes and Noble (a little further walk). There is also a dollar store right next to the playground area which I noticed one mom stocking up on some snacks and bottled water. As well, there is plenty of comfortable seats in the surrounding perimeter of the playground for adults to sit and enjoy the free Wi-Fi. Since there is only one exit and entrance it is easy to keep a watchful eye.


Fun in a Boat

Kids can have fun climbing into a boat!

What the Kidgits Indoor Playground Offers at the Livingston Mall Offers

  • Carpeted and cushioned play area for children.
  • It’s bright and colorful!
  • Comfortable seating surrounding the play area for adults to supervise. Underneath the seating is cubby holes for shoes to be stored.
  • Play car, boat, and rocket ship (it might actually be a plane, but since it lacks wings I am describing it as a rocket ship).
  • Caterpillar to climb or children can crawl through the log tunnel underneath it.
  • Plastic play house with tiny slide and tunnel as well as clear windows.
  • Large puzzles and mirror for infants or toddlers.
  • Infant activity center.
  • Changing table with garbage can.
  • There is free Wi-Fi.


Kidgits Playground

The Kidgits Indoor Playground at the Livingston Mall has a large house which the kids love to run around and through.

A Few Things To Know Beforehand

  • This is an unsupervised area so parents or guardians are responsible for watching their children and ensuring they are following the rules.
  • This area is for children 42” or shorter.
  • The family bathrooms are located by Macy’s on the top floor (which is located on the other side of the mall). However, there is a changing table for those that still need diaper changes.
  • The playground hours coincide with mall hours.
  • Children must remove their shoes before playing!


Kidgits Indoor Playground is located in the Livingston Mall in Livingston which is Essex County.


Want to find more fun indoor play areas in New Jersey? Visit our New Jersey Indoor Play Areas Series.

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Sunday 21st of February 2016

What is the age 5 too old?

Jennifer A.

Saturday 26th of March 2016

Marianne, there doesn't appear to be an age limit, just a height limit. This area is for children 42” or shorter. - Jenn


Tuesday 11th of February 2014

I have loved this playground for years. Too bad parents allow children that are much too old and too big to play in this area. I've seen 2 accidents 1st hand, both times a child who should not have been in there in the 1st place accidentlly hurt a much smaller child.

Jennifer A.

Tuesday 11th of February 2014

Thanks for letting us know. I hope in the future parents feel they can report any older children to the mall staff.

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