Once they have kids, it can be hard for couples to find time for the things they used to do, such as go see a play or babysit other people's kids. Get some grown-ups time with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $13.25 for a Parents' Night Out pass for one child (a $25 value)
- $21 for a Parents' Night Out pass for two siblings (a $40 value)
Every Friday and Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., parents can drop off their kids 3 and older for supervised play. Instructors lead arts and crafts activities and games, in addition to supervising as children explore the five-level play structure. Passes include dinner, which rotates between dishes such as quesadillas, pizza, and hotdogs with fresh fruit. Parents may opt for extended care (an extra $10 per child) and stay out until 10 p.m. as kids end the evening with a movie in their pajamas.
AdventurePlex has developed an easy recipe for lifelong healthy habits: an early start, plenty of space, and plenty of fun things to do. They've also discovered that this recipe works just as well on parents as on children.
Outside AdventurePlex's 16,000-square-foot facility, a 35-foot-high rock-climbing wall stretches across 1,630 square feet of climbing area so that families of grapplers can train to scale mountain summits or tickle the Statue of Liberty's chin. A ropes course similarly fosters teambuilding and confidence 20 feet above the ground, while a flourishing garden of herbs and vegetables helps kids understand the origins of what goes into their bellies. The Courtside Café completes the food's life cycle with a menu of leafy greens, wraps, juices, and American staples. Indoors, a five-level AdventureRoom play structure preps wee ones for a future of healthy living and boardroom obstacle courses with its network of mazes, tunnels, slides, and ball pits. In 2013, the play structure won a Best of the Beach award from Easy Reader for Best Indoor Play Facility.
The AdventurePlex crew curates a variety of activities, including birthday parties, fitness classes, and summer adventure camps that keep muscles and minds engaged in a fun, safe environment. Parents, meanwhile, can surf the Web on AdventurePlex's WiFi—but adult-only yoga and body-sculpting classes let them find some "me time" without taking clones out for a romantic night on the town.