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Kid’s Workshop at Greenhills: A Fun Place for Kids


My Rating:

Last Monday we took our boys to Kid’s Workshop at Greenhills Shopping Center. It is situated inside Shoppesville Arcade, beside Netopia. For holiday shoppers with kids, I recommend that you check out the play place and leave your kids there so you can do your shopping with ease.

The Playground
Kid’s Workshop Greenhills has more or less 5 key areas for learning and play. The main attraction, my 4 year old’s favorite, is the wooden play set with slides and ladders. They also have Little Tikes riding toys and furniture sets, ball pits, computers, and educational toys. Basically everything in there is kid-friendly.

Kids Workshop Shoppesville Greenhills
We don’t have ample space at home to convert into a play area for the kids, so I see to it that they have at least one trip to public play places every one or two weeks. These play centers offer an ideal environment for kids to explore, have fun, and interact with other children.

Kids Workshop Playplace Greenhills San Juan
Kuya Z enjoyed the mini rock climbing wall
Kids Workshop Greenhills Shoppesville
Little N chillin’ in a ball pit

The kitchen and dining area will be loved by foodies and chef-wannabes. The kitchen set is complete with refrigerator, dining table, cooking tools, and [fake] food. Pretend play is proven to improve a child’s cognitive development and foster imagination.

Workshop for Kids in Greenhills
N is cooking dinner!

They also have a shelf that houses building blocks, wooden toys, and puzzles. My toddler spent most of his time sorting and piling up wooden discs.

Kids Workshop Shoppesville Plus

A bookshelf is a genius addition to any play place. When your kid gets tired of running, sliding, and climbing, he or she can grab a book and read quietly in a corner. There is also a small area behind the bookshelf (adjacent to the kitchen) packed with learning toys and other manipulatives.

Kids Workshop Greenhills Shopping Center

The zone atop the kitchen area has computers and consoles for gaming. It’s a sure hit for big kids who knows how to play video games.

Kids Workshop Shoppesville Arcade

The Activities
The whole place may seem a bit mediocre compared to other huge play places with gigantic slides and never-ending obstacle courses, but believe me, we spent 4 hours inside and there was never a boring moment. It’s because Kid’s Workshop is more than just a playground.

A staff member laid out a blue mat in the middle and started calling out names. Zaiel couldn’t figure out what the fuss was all about but he sat on the mat anyway. They played bingo and Z won his first bingo game ever.

Kids Workshop in Greenhills

They also played a simple Bring Me game, with a crawl-through tunnel twist. According to the staff, themes and activities are changed regularly so that children will have new things to do and discover.

Kids Workshop Greenhills

The kids also had a dance session with Wii Just Dance. I thought that Zaiel won’t participate but then he was able to pull off a few dance moves. πŸ™‚

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Kid’s Workshop also encourages kids to create and make new things. They provided all the materials for the kids to make an embellished foam snake.

Some of their other art projects include making puppets, painting hats, doing origami, assembling handmade toys, and decorating frames and bags. Kids get to take home their projects. Isn’t that cool?

Kids Workshop at Greenhills

The Unlimited Play (PhP 410) is worth every penny. Your children aren’t there only to play but to learn something new and socialize as well. If you’re planning to visit the place, here are some of my reminders from our experience.

  • Play Schedule: Sunday – Thursday (10 AM to 8PM); Friday & Saturday (10 AM to 9PM)
  • Expect to be greeted by an accommodating and good-natured staff. The teachers/attendants are a friendly bunch!
  • They have electronic lock doors for security purposes. You may leave your kids there but for extra precaution, let their yaya stay in there as well.
  • Children below 4 years old need to be accompanied by a guardian inside the play area.
  • You can purchase socks from them upon check-in, but I suggest that you bring your own to save a few bucks.
  • You can save more bucks with Unlimited Play, especially if you’ll be gone for more than an hour.
  • Upon checking [your kids] in, you will be asked if you’ll allow your kids to get snacks from their “Happy Treats for Hungry Kids” shelf. Whatever your kids grabbed from the shelf while you’re out will be added to your checkout fee. It’s a good thing because you don’t need to worry about your kids getting hungry. The staff will also ask for any food allergies so they’ll know what snacks to give to your child/children.
  • Remind your kids to rest every now and then and to behave when necessary. 

Kids Workshop Greenhills Rates


Kid’s Workshop has a KidsFUNclub membership with awesome member-only perks.

  • Membership fee is PhP 500 (1 year validity).
  • Discount coupons for KidsPlay, KidsArt, KidsParties, KidsPlayDates, and renewal of membership. Some coupons are transferable.
  • 1 FREE unlimited play to use any day during birth month.
  • 15% off plus an additional 5% off from Play Party or Play + Art Party. Parties held from 10AM – 12:30 PM can be extended for 30 minutes for FREE.
  • Early bird discounts and priority booking for KidsEvents.
  • Annual KidsFUNclub Get2Gether at 75% off. Invited guests get 50% off.

Kid's Workshop Greenhills Membership Fee

Thanks a lot Kid’s Workshop for giving my kids’ unlimited play and free membership! πŸ™‚

Kid’s Workshop
2/F Shoppesville Arcade, Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan

Published: 2014-09-18 16:33:48


  1. ceemee

    That looks like a cool place for kids. It’s good that it’s not very crowded. I also like the art activities.

    02 . Sep . 2015
  2. Kaity

    Something fun and different for the kids!(: I love that they have an activity aside from the toys/slides.

    03 . Sep . 2015
    • Amethystine

      Yes! They won’t get bored in there πŸ™‚

      03 . Sep . 2015
  3. monica

    I’ve been wanting to bring my little one to a place like this. Will check it out when I’m in Greenhills. : )

    03 . Sep . 2015
  4. Maan

    Ooh I like like the pretend play area! And I love how they have books and wooden toys. Perfect!

    03 . Sep . 2015
  5. Meikah YbaΓ±ez-Delid

    Yet another educational and fun place for kids. Moms get have a lot of help these days! πŸ™‚

    04 . Sep . 2015
  6. Lique Dimayuga

    The place looks great! and sulit na for the price of the unlimited play! Thanks for sharing! I’ll keep this in mind when we go to greenhills πŸ™‚

    08 . Sep . 2015
  7. tina

    wow! very gigantic! I hope something like this is available in the south πŸ™‚

    08 . Sep . 2015
  8. Shiella (Balot's Chatter)

    Nice place for recreational and educational activities. Looks clean and organized. πŸ™‚

    09 . Sep . 2015
  9. Ayi

    Ooohhh, I love this. I’m up for anything that could encourage my kids to play and do crafts. Will surely check this out πŸ˜‰

    13 . Sep . 2015
  10. celin mendoza

    This looks lovely! ang laki ng space. Will definetly check this out if we’re near the area. =)

    09 . Oct . 2015
  11. April Desiree F Prado

    Good day Mommy! Nabasa ko po blog nyo, wondering kung open parin yung Kid’s Workshop sa Greenhills, if by chance alam mo, not yet in service kasi yung telephone number and walang lumalabas na updated link this year pag sinearch ko or kung may branch ba sila sa Q.C., Planning to bring my kids there, we’re from Batasan Hills. Thank alot!

    11 . Nov . 2016

Thanks for dropping by!

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