Tiny Tumblers Open Gym @ Green Mountain Gymnastics
Ages: 0 - 6
Cost: $10.00 per Child | $15.00 per family (must be siblings)
Features: Snack Stand, Changing Tables, Restrooms
Tiny Tumblers open gym is for 9 months to 6 years old. Explore and play in an environment that encourages building fine and gross motor skills.
Registration and waiver form must be filled out prior to participating in all classes and Open Gyms.
Reviewed on 02/17/2017
My two year-old just adores Tiny Tumblers - everything is low-key. and he can run around and be free in a safe indoor space. He loves the trampoline, sliding into he foam pit, and running around on the spring board floor. Most importantly, there are no lines to wait in! This makes ALL the difference for my little and his two-year old attention span. Definitively worth $10, and come when they open, you will want to stay for the full 1.5...more
Reviewed on 12/22/2016
$10 is outrageous for an 8 month old who crawls around on the floor and barely uses the equipment (and we arrived late and still had to pay full price)!! It's decent for the 1.5 year old I care for and it's only worth the cost if you go the full 2 hours.
Reviewed on 10/15/2015
I think Tumblers is a great activity to do with your children in the winter- my son is 4 with HIGH energy and we love it! have been going for the past couple years and look forward to it every time! i think the price is not expensive at all, well worth the $10.
Sometimes there is a ton of people there but that makes it that much more fun! especially when your friendly, its a wonderful time to socialize your children. but...more
Reviewed on 04/22/2015
I definitely think this is a good place to bring your child. I've brought a 2 year old twice and she seems to love it! When we went, it was only us and one other family. It was fun to see her enjoy the huge trampoline, the slide, and the foam pit. It really tires her out every time we go. It's nice to go around the room and pick what you want to play on, as long as you are paying full attention. Some of the things seem dangerous for a smaller...more
Reviewed on 09/23/2014
There is a lot to do here and my daughter (2.5 yrs) loves it, but it is very dangerous and many of the parents there are not paying a bit of attention to what their child is doing. There are no staff members on the floor at all either, and no rules posted anywhere. They really should have staff manning some of the stations there. Parents don't watch their children and no one obeys the rules. The foam pit is awful - kids are just jumping...more
Reviewed on 01/26/2013
Although expensive and very crowded, my four year old loves running around, bouncing and playing on the equipment. It was worth it on the cold winter day.
Reviewed on 11/08/2012
My 2 and 4 year old girls always have fun here and don't want to leave. At $15 for one and a half hours of reliable entertainment for them both I don't think it's expensive.
I do agree that sometimes it gets a bit too crowded but most of the time there are not too many there and there's plenty of space for everyone. You do have to keep an eye on your children while they run around and climb on things, but isn't that what...more
Reviewed on 10/22/2012
They're friendly, but this in my opinion, is simply too expensive an activity. It would be one thing if they were training for the olympics, but isn't there a free or economical place for kids to play around on obstacles anymore?
Reviewed on 03/13/2011
I am not impressed. Way overpriced, and in my opinion dangerous. There was a hole in a big pile of stacked mats that a toddler could easily fall into. The worst part was the foam pit which was basically a jumping free-for-all. Parents were trying to have their kids take turns, but because of the crowd it was difficult. Also, there was a plastic slide on the side of the pit that kids were using to slide into it, but the slide was flimsy...more
Reviewed on 03/09/2011
I'm not that impressed with Tiny Tumblers. I met a friend there and arrived late (overlapped with nap time) and still had to pay full price for half the time. It was packed with children. It doesn't look like they have a limit on the number of children who can attend which made it very dnagerous. My fifteen-month-old couldn't participate without being trampled on by the older kids.