Are your kids glued to a TV or iPad? Need something new and exciting to spark creativity and problem-solving skills? Try playing at Play Street Museum’s Dallas location in the neighborhood.

Frisco mom and former teacher Courtney Muccio created Play Street Museum.  Each spot has a different theme with locations in Colorado, Oregon and Missouri.

The Lake Highlands’ location is organized like a city with a town hall, movie theater, trolley, and pizzeria, all with interactive components. In the center of the space is an oversized Lego table and a discovery rug that rotates toys and books. Every few months, space is updated with new play items, books, and crafts, reports D Magazine.

Casey Abbruzzese and Valerie Lackey franchised the location in Lake Highlands after feeling tired of their options.

The owners give the play area a deep clean, disinfecting with a nontoxic spray and trading used toys for new ones. The carpet is made of tiles that are pulled up and washed.

Located at 7130 Skillman St. Suite 150, hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The cost 8is $12 for each child ages 1-8. Children younger or older are free if accompanied by a paying sibling.

Here’s a F.A.Q. from the company’s website:

  • Admission is charged for children ages 1-8.*

  • Parents or guardians must sign a waiver for each child before entering the play space.

  • It is not a drop-off center or childcare facility. Parents and caregivers must stay in the play space and supervise their children at all times.

  • Do not bring strollers into Play Street Museum. Leave them in the waiting area instead.

  • The restroom is outfitted with a baby changing station. Please change all diapers in the restroom.

  • There’s free wi-fi.

  • No food is allowed in the play ares.

  • Outside drinks for children and adults are permitted and encouraged.

  • Children who are disruptive may be asked to leave.