Getting to play with lizards and snakes makes people a little bit nervous, a little bit giddy, and a little bit nostalgic for that fleeting moment in the 1950s when reptilian humanoid overlords ruled North America. Relive the old days with this Groupon.
Choose From Three Options
- $149 for an Interactive Animal Adventure party for up to 15 kids (up to a $350 value)
- $149 for a Fear Factor party for up to 15 kids (up to a $299 value)
- $99 for a Classroom Animal Adventure party (up to a $199 value)
In Interactive Animal Adventure parties, the trainers of Deb's Dragons come to your party with an array of exotic creatures to interact with and learn more about. Some of Deb's creatures include include tarantulas, dragons, pythons, sulcatas, and scorpions. Fear Factor parties feature creepy-crawly challenges such as getting into a coffin of critters or letting a tarantula explore your head. In Classroom Animal Adventures, children learn about reptiles, insects, arachnids, and mammals in a school or assembly setting. Classroom adventures are only redeemable Monday–Friday.
Many creatures are simply misunderstood. Just because they're a little creepy, a little crawly, or perhaps just a bit slimy and prone to swallowing mice whole, some people get frightened. But when a child touches their first tarantula, stares a crestie gecko in its big orange eye, or feels the soothing wrap of a python, those fears flourish into open-eyed wonder and fascination that can't be leashed. Since 2002, Deb's Dragons has been inciting the awe of Greater Arizona and Southern California residents with their menagerie of exotic species culled from six continents. In interactive shows that entrance all ages, they liven up events such as birthday parities, classroom assemblies, and even corporate and team building exercises. Every showcase of lizards, bugs, dragons, constrictors, and tortoises is steered by informative wranglers who illuminate the creature's wonders and dispel misconceptions about why hissing cockroaches hiss and why gopher snakes snub moles at parties.