Where: InnerActive, Moundsview (There's also one in Minnetonka that has almost all the same features.)
Age of Bap Boy: 6
Review: We went on a quiet day where I don't believe there were more than 12 other people there the whole time we were there. It served it's purpose to get us out of our living room and in a space where my son could jump, climb, run around, build stuff, make noise - or, I mean "music" in the music area, and ride the little cars. My only "complaint" is that while signage encourages parents to engage and play - or at the very least, keep their eye on their kids, most parents sat in the eating area and played on their phones, which means those of us who weren't doing that, had to keep our eye on stranger's kids. Not necessarily the fault of InnerActive, but I do find this is common at kid places which tends to frustrate me. We'll go back again someday, but because both locations are out in the suburbs, it won't be often since we tend to gravitate to what's around closer to our home (Minneapolis).