Activities for kids compensate for the downsides of growing up, such as doing homework and realizing that your original teeth are never coming back. Put a smile on a child’s face with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9 for fun-house passes for two (a $19.90 value)
- $18 for fun-house passes for four (a $39.80 value)<p>
Passes only grant access to the A-Maze-N Funhouse, which features carnival classics such as a mirror maze, a tilt room, a vortex tunnel, and numerous optical illusions. The A-Maze-N Funhouse, which has an old-fashioned circus midway and four differently themed tents with a slew of attractions, including an Ames room that gives visitors the illusion of growing or shrinking by walking across the room.<p>
Train hobbyist Don Oeters founded EnterTRAINment Junction in 2008 to showcase railroading in an educational and amusing way. Two years later, his 80,000-square-foot facility was voted Ohio's Best Family Entertainment Center of 2010.
At the centerpiece, a 25,000-square-foot indoor model train display dazzles visitors with 90 G-scale trains and 2 miles of track winding through handcrafted landscapes, including an 11-foot waterfall, thousands of trees, and scenes documenting railroad's early, middle, and modern periods. Each train car is the size of a loaf of bread, making it easier for groups to see it or break it into communal pieces, and Oeters and his staff continually tweak the locomotive's surroundings by adding seasonal touches and installing minor or major updates. Historical train artifacts, educational videos, and interactive exhibits await amblers in the railroad museum, and the Imagination Junction kids' area entertains youngsters with train-themed play structures.
What some people are buzzing about:
98% of 2,981 customers recommend
“It was such an awesome experience for my three boys and they loved it. We totally recommend it”
“Great place for a rainy day. Took our grandchildren 21/2 and 4. They had a great time, even in some of the funhouse activities. ”
“Grandchildren loved the day spent here”