Looking to get out of the house when the weather turns bad?

Kids have so much pent-up energy that you can’t keep them inside your home all of the time. But when the weather isn’t cooperating, you need to find new walls to climb that are warm and indoors and kids can be as loud as they need to be. These nine indoor play & enrichment center destinations welcome drop-in families anytime. Just bring your socks (they’re required!) then spend an hour or a full day at these fun picks. Check websites for drop in/public hours and to inquire if reservations are needed before venturing out, which vary. Plus, take care to sign the waiver before you go.

Boston Area

• Jump On In, 100 Holton St., Boston; 617-789-5867; jumponinfun.com/boston. Giant inflatables and other jumping equipment await your kiddos at Jump On In. Check the website for additional locations in Massachusetts.

• Boston Playground, 121 Webster Ave., #3, Chelsea; 617-466-0142; www.bostonplayground.com.Open play (think jumpy house, oversized yet kid-friendly pool table and Twister) is available for ages 0-10, but we encourage parents to join in too!

North

• AMAZEment Action Play Center, 931 Boston Road, Haverhill; 978-521-7700; www.cedarland.net. Possibilities for play at AMAZEment Action Play Center include a sports area, a triple wave slide, climbing structures and courses. A toddler area features a pretend store and house, and a giant sand room.

• Einstein’s Workshop, 25 Adams St., Burlington; 781-202-5645; einsteinsworkshop.com. Combine fun with education at Einstein’s Workshop, where kids can play with Legos, K’nex, Anker Blocks and Minecraft.

• The Children Piazza, 83 Pine St., Unit F, Peabody; 978-817-2809; www.thechildrenpiazza.com. The play-cafe is designed for the 5 and under crowd and their caregivers comforts (COFFEE!). Imaginative play, peaceful indoor playground, climbers, swing sets and a trains table are some of the attractions to keep little engaged.

South

• Jam Time, 111 Lenox St., Norwood; 781-269-5390; jamtime.com. Kids 6 and under will find climbing structures, bouncy houses and ball pits, with separate kiddie gym equipment for infants, in two fun-filled locations. Check location for public play hours.

• Kidsports, 11 Evans Dr., Stoughton; 781-344-2332; https://kidsportsfun.com. Kidsports caters to the preschool & kindergarten crowd with climbing walls, oversized slides and bouncy houses in addition to extras as in video games, laser tag, bowling or plaster painting.

West

• Jam Time, 86 Powder Mill Road, Maynard; 978-897-2917; 251 West Central St., Natick; 508-651-2917; 1245 Worcester St., Natick; 508-213-1711; jamtime.com. Kids 6 and under will find climbing structures, bouncy houses and ball pits, with separate kiddie gym equipment for infants, in two fun-filled locations. Check location for public play hours.

• We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym, 34 Central St., Wellesley; 781-943-3125; www.werockthespectrumwellesley.com. At WRTS every child, ages 0-12, is welcomed to play in this sensory-safe gym. This gym features therapy equipment, an arts & crafts area, a calming room, along with a zip line, crash pit trampoline and swings. .