Urban Air Adventure Park

Finding Your Family Fun

By Emily Papa, Publisher of Macaroni Kid South Hills February 8, 2021

As a Pittsburgh mama, it can be hard sometimes to find an attraction that appeals to kids of all ages, let alone the parents. Urban Air Adventure Park located in Robinson is sure to provide hours of fun for adventurers of all ages! 

When you walk through the doors of Urban Air Adventure Park it's likely you may be greeted by someone flying through the air on the Sky Rider. To your immediate left you will find computers where you will fill out your waivers if you haven't already completed them online prior to arrival. Behind the computers you will see 5 different types of Climbing Walls; the Stairway to Heaven, and the Leap of Faith (all for kiddos 41" and taller). Walk on in to the Welcome Counter to purchase your tickets and socks. Walking further into the park you will see the Sky Rider Harnessing Area, Tubes Indoor Playground and Ropes Course to your left. On your immediate right you will see the Soft Play area for tiny tots that is surrounded by lounge chairs so mama can take a break! Behind the Soft Play area are lockers for any valuables you'd like to keep locked up during your play time. If you're just storing shoes, there are cubbies behind the Indoor Playground. In the center of the park is the Virtual Reality Circle where kids and adults can enter a world of make believe and work together to find their way out of it. The very back of the park hosts tables and benches for the public right outside their café. In addition, there are private rooms behind glass if you were hosting a party there and looking for a little privacy! The remaining attractions are up the ramp and spread throughout the park. 

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My family has come to Urban Air multiple times during COVID and the kids (and adults) have a blast each time. Upon arriving, we have had our temperature taken at the door prior to entering. I was super impressed with their frequent cleaning throughout our visit as well as their mask and social distancing policies. Chance are you will find us there on a Friday during $9.99 Jumparoo time for kids 5 and under!

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Urban Air Adventure Park prices vary depending on what attractions you plan on using (see below). Save time by ordering your tickets online.

Ultimate Attractions


Unlimited Virtual Reality

Sky Rider - Must be 48” tall

Ropes Course 

Climbing Walls - 

Leap of Faith - 


Pro Zone Performance Trampolines

Battle Beam

Warrior Course

Tubes-Indoor Playground

Basic Trampolines

Deluxe Attractions:



Pro Zone Performance Trampolines

Battle Beam

Warrior Course

Tubes- Indoor Playground

Basic Trampolines

Basic Trampolines


Basic Trampolines Only

$11.99 5 & Under Deluxe Access for Children 5 & Under

$9.99 Virtual Reality Single Play

$2.99 Urban Air Socks

$ Parent Pass Same attractions as kid; 50% retail pass price

Spectators are welcome to watch at no cost. 

Endless Play Memberships are available starting at $7.99/month.

$9.99 Jumperoo - Kids 5 & Under can come on Friday’s between 10am-noon to experience all Deluxe attractions without the worry of being bounced around by older kids. 

You can make a reservation and purchase your tickets online or at the park. Each ticket is valid for 2 hours. 

Only a short drive from the South Hills and Pittsburgh, Urban Air is guaranteed to provide family fun for kids of all ages. The next time you are looking for things to do with kids in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, head on out to Urban Air Adventure Park and tell them you heard about them from Macaroni Kid! Don't forget to tag @macaronikidsouthhills on social media for a chance to be featured on our pages. 

This post is sponsored by Urban Air North Fayette however all opinions are authentic to this writer and her experience in the park.