McDonald's Playplace (or PlayPlace/Play Place) is an indoor or outdoor playground for children ages 3-12 and are located inside most (some) McDonald's restaurants around the world.
The first PlayPlace with the familiar crawl-tube design with ball pits and slides was introduced in 1987 in the USA, with many more being constructed soon after. They are found in restaurants located in suburban areas or some big cities.
Most Playplaces feature McDonaldland characters, whom can be found inside some games in the tubes, as background characters in some areas, or on seats for a children's birthday party. In some Playplaces, a video game area can be found and may very from classic console systems such as Nintendo, Playstation, and Xbox. Ronald benches may also be found in select McDonald's Playplaces.
McDonald's Playplace Logo with Ronald McDonald, still seen in a few McDonald's restaurants.
Hamburglar and a Fry Girl, showing how tall you must be to enter the indoor playground.
Shoe bin featuring the rules of "Ronald's Way to Play".
Another shoe bin titled the "Sneaker Keeper", this time showing rules where to put shoes when children are wanting to play.
Ronald's Playplace sign out in front of an entrance. They can sometimes be seen outside a restaurant or inside McDonald's Playplaces.
Concept of a Playplace featuring all aforementioned ammenities.
A Playplace doorway showing a banner of McDonaldland characters.
A game area in a McDonald's Playplace
Seats with McDonaldland characters on the rear; they are Grimace, Green Fry Kid, Fries, and Hamburgers.
Playplace with puzzle-brain equipment.
PlayPlace logo from 1996
A toddler highchair featuring a picture of Ronald McDonald on the back rest cushion.
One of two optional trays to put on the highchair. This one featuring a theme of McDonaldland.
Outdoor Playplace, known as a PlayLand.
Most popular and common PlayPlace neon sign used since 1998 and became official in 2006