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15 Pictures That Will Remind You Why You Were Obsessed With McDonald's Play Places

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Going to McDonald's was always the best part about being a kid. The food was obviously delicious, the price was right for our parents, but most importantly, the 'Play Place' was the coolest place to be.

The Play Places were the absolute best and we would rush through our meals asking the entire time if we could go play. Some kids would cry when it was finally time to leave, but even if you didn't, you know these playgrounds were the best place ever.

Do you remember when you used to play in these?

Some were outdoor parks

With this type of Grimmace-Jail that made literally no sense

Officer Big Mac was there too, because apparently the only kind of play structures kids want are small jails?

But don't worry, if that doesn't sound fun you can also swing on the Hambuglar's arms!

Or ride on a Filet-O-Fish thing...

But watch out because Captain Crook might try to steal your Filet-o-Fish!

If you didn't want to play outside, the indoor 'Play Places' were even cooler...

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