Physicists have determined that the best way to subdue wall-bouncing photons is to let them loose until they need a nap. Apply the latest scientific findings to your kid’s playtime with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $22 for a five-admission punch card for open play (up to a $50 value)
- $79 for one week-long half-day summer camp for kids ages 2–8 (up to a $175 value)
Thirteen one-week summer camp half-day sessions in June, July, and August meet Monday–Friday for four hours daily. The camp's hands-on activities focus on a unified theme each week, ranging from edible art to superheroes to animals and nature.
My Kids Clubhouse
My Kids Clubhouse supervisors watch over open play as socked feet scamper through a ball pit and a mesh tunnel opening onto three slides. Across the open-format playroom floor, youngsters as old as 8 direct their own imaginative adventures in a play kitchen, soft-block area, dress-up area, and puppet theater.
Parents can drop their kids off through a secure check-in service, join their progeny on the playroom floor, or sip coffee in the Wi-Fi–enabled Clubhouse Café. In addition to holding open play hours, My Kids Clubhouse hosts two-hour birthday parties, including a slumber party option and a dinosaur-themed blowout with 3.5 billion candles to celebrate the birth of life on Earth.
My Kids Clubhouse founder Stephanie Antin opened her indoor playrooms after a disappointing search for creative play options for her own three children. She teamed up with business maven Jeri Price Smith to open two recreational locations in Poway and Bonita. Child development consultant Debbie Cazares funnels 20 years of education experience, a master's degree in Developmental Psychology, and 10 years of experience as a child to design the most creative and educational programs.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“kids really enjoy the place. They could surely use a couple more tables for the adults tho :>)”
“great place. love the setup. kids always enjoy it!”
“Friendly employees and great place for kids all ages and parents”