Where Celeb Moms and Their Kids Play in L.A.

Celebrity News Oct. 1, 2012 AT 8:15AM
Jennifer Garner is seen with daughters Violet and Seraphina Affleck leaving a gymnastics class on August 28, 2012. Jennifer Garner is seen with daughters Violet and Seraphina Affleck leaving a gymnastics class on August 28, 2012. Credit: Steve Matthews/NPG.com

When these stars aren't busy working, they're spending quality time with their kids at hip play spaces in Los Angeles.

Us Weekly has gathered five hotspots in Los Angeles that celeb moms like Jennifer Garner, Nicole Richie and Jessica Alba love to take their kids.

1. Color Me Mine 

Jennifer Garner recently took daughter Violet, 6, to this art studio, where kids and their parents can pick a piece of pottery and paint it themselves. 

2. The Treehouse Social Club

Tori Spelling and Nicole Richie are fans of this L.A. play space for their young tots. The indoor treehouse features a slide and tire swing and the club includes a mini farmer's market, computer room and arts and crafts classes for kids.

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3. The Coop

Moms like Julie Bowen, Isla Fisher and Nicole Richie love spending time at this hip hangout -- a modern play space for kids that has a cappuccino bar for parents.

4. Coldwater Canyon Park

Jessica Alba and Cash Warren have been spotted playing at this park with daughters Honor, 4, and Haven, 12 months. Located on North Mulholland Drive, the playground features plenty of swings and slides to keep kids entertained.

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5. Bright Child

Actor/comedian Adam Sandler and his wife, Jackie, took their daughters Sadie and Sunny to this indoor playground in Sherman Oaks, Calif. Bright Child features a jungle gym for kids to crawl through, basketball courts, game center and laser tag.

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