Little Land of Georgetown

Play. Develop. Grow.

Every day, children are exposed to smartphones, computers, and electronic learning devices. While this may be necessary in the digital age, developing physical, sensory, social and emotional skills is essential for development.  

On a weekly basis, if not daily, children should be involved in activities that promote the necessary skills for key growth stages. At Little Land, we Play with Purpose!

Let's Create!

Sensory experiences help kids learn about their environment, build neural connections that support learning and creativity, and support language development, cognitive growth, motor skills, and social interaction. We know that opportunities for this type of play are declining, which is why places like Little Land are so important for little ones. 

Give your child a memorable experience and celebrate with PLAY!

Little Land makes birthdays or any celebration fun in a unique environment 


Little Land Georgetown
900 N. Austin Ave, Suite 325
Georgetown, TX 78626

(512) 501-1448


Please see our hours of operation on our calendar below.

Daily operational hours may vary due to classes and private events!

Pediatric Therapy services typically operate within the normal hours of Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm

Membership Program

While a membership isn’t required to play at Little Land, they offer the best value for play, classes and more at Little Land! If you have questions or need assistance becoming a member, we’re happy to help!



What Parents are Saying

“The Teacher was very attentive and clear with her instructions. I’m a retired Preschool Teacher and this class reminded me of my old Classroom.”

Mary R. - Sep 3, 2021

“We went to open play and my 2 year olds loved EVERY SINGLE STATION 😂 I personally love how CLEAN it is!!!”

Danielle W. - Sep 29, 2021

“We loved everything. Superb, clean facility, amply stocked with all known Little Land goodies… and for a while we were the only ones there. Our child loves that. Wonderfully-friendly staff member, too. We loved that.”

Michael T. - Apr 10, 2021