EcoPlay, a new children’s playspace, is now open along Leesburg Pike in Tysons.
EcoPlay originally planned to open in the summer, but experienced “minor construction delays,” according to a Facebook post.
According to the company’s Facebook:
EcoPlay provides children with an environment that sparks creativity and promotes learning through play. When designing the play space, we researched (and researched) to ensure that every toy, every surface and play area is non-toxic, BPA and PVC free, and made of plant-based materials.
Open playtime supervised by a parent or other responsible adult costs $20 per child, while supervised playtime with a drop-off option is $30.
Parents can also book the facility for private or semi-private party spaces for up to 25 children.
Photo via EcoPlay/Facebook
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