Parking at Keystone Kidspace is easy - there are hundreds of spaces available in the Smalls Field parking lot across the street. Thanks to the York City School District, visitors to Keystone Kidspace are able to park there free of charge.
The only exception is when the York Revolution is playing a home game. On these days, the team charges visitors to park in that same lot. Keystone Kidspace visitors can choose to pay the parking fee or will be redirected to other parking slightly further away. Refer to the baseball schedule prior to visiting so you know your options.
Keystone Kidspace happily welcomes large groups, and we encourage you to reach out to us ahead of time so we are ready for your visit and can help you have the best experience possible. We can also arrange a special activity for your group for a modest additional fee if arranged prior to your visit. Please call ahead to plan your visit.
Why wait? Purchasing a membership online before your visit will streamline the process and maximize the fun. You can absolutely show up and purchase day passes or a membership in person. You can even apply the value of your day passes to a membership if you do so before you leave Keystone Kidspace on the day of your visit!
Yes. All kids participating in activities at Keystone Kidspace will need to have a current waiver on file, completed by their parent or guardian. Waivers will need to be renewed [annually] and you will be prompted to complete a new one when an existing waiver is getting ready to expire.
We encourage you to fill out your waiver(s) online ahead of your visit. But don’t worry - you can also fill out a waiver for your child in person.
Ugh, paperwork. We want you to be able to get right to the fun when you walk through our doors, so we’re working on making completing a waiver as simple as possible.
Check back here in early October for a link to our easy peasy online waiver system!
We care about safety so usually no. The only time a kid can be dropped off at Keystone Kidspace without their grown up remaining in the building is when that kid is pre-registered for a class, camp or similar program with an instructor or counselor. Otherwise, children under the age of 16 cannot be at Keystone Kidspace without a responsible adult.
We believe that kids are often capable of so much more than they’re given credit for. When given the opportunity to work with real tools and real materials, they can challenge themselves to solve real-world problems and create things of beauty.
At Keystone Kidspace, kids will be given permission to make a mess, try things, fail, and try again. Kids will have the opportunity to play, tinker and create, all while discovering what excites them and finding “their people” who share those same interests. Whether it’s coding or cooking, woodworking or creative writing, kids will find it here.
We’d love to! We offer several packages, making it easy for you to host a unique birthday celebration that your child and his/her friends will never forget. Click here for more info.
Absolutely! Keystone Kidspace has a number of unique spaces that are perfect for events of all kinds, including smaller classroom/meeting spaces, creative open spaces for large events, and private outdoor space along the Creek with views of the ballpark and downtown. So whether it’s meeting space for a small group, event space for a milestone birthday celebration, or multiple spaces throughout the building for a large fundraiser or wedding, we will happily work with you. An added bonus: Our facility offers plentiful parking, easy loading and unloading, and kitchen space for caterers. Click here to be connected with a staff member who can share more information.
Our focus is on kids ages 6 and up, particularly through middle school. But we know that families travel together, so our spaces are designed to also be safe for younger siblings and comfortable and engaging for older family members. We hope that teens will choose to remain involved as volunteer mentors and staff. And we plan to offer occasional adults-only after hours events and programs, because grown-ups like to play and tinker too!
The facility is ADA compliant and we make every effort to ensure that all visitors are welcome and safe in our space. To accommodate learning differences, sensory issues and other developmental challenges, we will reserve certain daytime hours for our special needs visitors and provide accessibility aids when possible.
Do you have an existing program that you think would be a good fit for Keystone Kidspace? Or do you have the beginnings of an idea and need help fleshing it out and bringing it to life? We are always looking for instructors interested in sharing their passions with kids, and partners to help us design and deliver special programs, whether it’s a weekly class, a special event or a one-time pop up experience. Learn more about becoming a Keystone Kidspace instructor or partner here.
Do you have a wild or wacky idea for a class, event or activity that could be hosted at Keystone Kidspace? We want to hear it! Want to help bring it to life? Even better! Share your ideas here.
Yes, please! It takes a community to bring the Keystone Kidspace experience to life and we need anyone with a passion for learning and making to join us. We welcome volunteers ages 16 and up who have all of the necessary clearances from the Commonwealth of PA.
Yes! We accept all kinds of donations that can help to support our programs and events, from tools, bikes and electronics to scrap wood, corks and bottlecaps. Please click here to check out our wish list or share some info about what you would like to donate.