Kids Activities in Columbus

5, 10, or 25 Kids' Open-Bounce Visits to Jumpin' Jax Bounce & Party Center (Up to 60% Off)

Jumpin' Jax Bounce & Party Center

Papillion Second II

$30 $15

Kids tumble and careen around a menagerie of inflatable play areas, including bounce houses, inflatable houses, and moonwalks

One Day of Unlimited Miniature Golf for Two or Four at Papio Greens Golf Center (Up to 71% Off)

Papio Greens Golf Center

Papillion Second II

$17 $5.50

Lighted, 36-hole miniature golf course challenges putting skills of anyone from kids to adults

All-Day Water and Ride Passes for Two or Four at Fun Plex (Up to 51% Off)

Fun Plex

Omaha

$49.90 $25

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Fun-park attractions include a tilt-a-whirl and the state's only roller coaster; water park includes two five-story slides and a lazy river

$25 for a Creative Clay, Glass, Canvas, or Pottery Experience for Two at It's Yours Pottery ($46 Value)

It's Yours Pottery

West Omaha

$46 $25

Visitors can indulge their artistic side by learning the basics of clay work, glass fusion, canvas art, or pottery painting

$19 for a One-Hour Jump Session Including SkySocks for Two at Sky Zone Omaha ($32 Value)

Sky Zone Omaha

Millard

$32 $19

Wall-to-wall trampolines, a basketball hoop, and a foam pit provide endless opportunities for all ages to have fun and burn off energy

Two Hours of Bowling with Shoes for Two or Four at North Bowl (Up to 50% Off)

North Bowl

Florence

$26 $14

Pairs or foursomes lace up their rental shoes and bowl for two hours

Two Hours of Bowling, Shoe Rentals, Pizza, and Beer or Soda for Up to Four or Six at Chop's Bowl (Up to 55% Off)

Chop's Bowl

13th & Vinton Sreet

$65 $29

Bowlers fit games into a two-hour period that will also see them chowing down on a large pizza and sipping domestic beer or soda

One-Hour Bowling Package for Two or Two-Hour Family Package for Up to Six at Mockingbird Lanes (Up to 52% Off)

Mockingbird Lanes

Omaha

$41.86 $20

Packages inlcude shoe rentals and pizzas from the Laneside Diner

Four Lazer Tag and Lazer Maze Games or Seven Games of Lazer Tag at Family Fun Center XL (Up to 58% Off)

Family Fun Center XL

South Central Omaha

$35.93 $15

Guests fire lasers in three-level arena or carefully make their way through the high-tech web-like Lazer Maze

Repticon for Two Adults and Two Children at Westfair Fairgrounds on September 6 or 7 at 10 a.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Repticon

Westfair Fairgrounds

$30 $15

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Reptile, amphibian, and arachnid breeders and experts showcase creatures’ behavior and biology through exhibits and demonstrations

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Sempeck's Bowling & Entertainment throws open its doors and beckons fun seekers inside an expansive facility to steer go-karts down an indoor track, bob and weave in a two-story laser-tag arena, and bowl on lanes that transform into cosmic-themed extravaganzas every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. Inside the fun factory lies a video-game arcade equipped with skee-ball, crane games, and prizes for anyone who can slay the three-headed prize guard. After fierce competitions, high-definition TVs and frosty beverages await players in the Sparetime Sports Bar & Restaurant, an in-house eatery.

20902 Cumberland Dr.
Elkhorn,
NE
US

Go-karts hug the twists and turns of a 1/4-mile track. Six batting cages hurl baseballs and softballs at speeds between 50 mph and 80 mph. An 18-hole miniature golf course coaxes putted balls down greens ranging from 75- to 185-feet in length. Elsewhere, water balloons fired from a launcher soak opponents stationed at battle zones. For 20 years, Papio Fun Park has enraptured families with abundant outdoor and indoor activities and games.

The indoor facility hosts trampoline-hopping players at Spaceball or Jumpshot, while an arcade brims with quarter-operated air hockey, pool tables, and laundry machines disguised as video games.

210 E Lincoln St
Papillion,
NE
US

Papio Bowl features synthetic lanes and new electronic scoring systems designed to make the game as seamless and enjoyable as possible. During open bowling, friends and family vie against one another in 10-frame games while taking breaks to chow down on pizza and burgers from the grill. On select nights, Papio Bowl also goes dark for cosmic bowling.

204 E Lincoln St.
Papillion,
NE
US

During BounceU's parties, kids bound through inflatable play structures—and occasionally glow in the dark. At the center's Cosmic bounce parties, the main lights are replaced by special-effects lighting, which coaxes light from glow-in-the-dark accessories. The center's new location, in operation since May 2013, complements its shindigs with open-play sessions and more structured classes, appropriate for kids aged 2 and older.

13211 Chandler Rd
Omaha,
NE
US

At Defy Gravity, jumpers of all ages bounce, flip, and pirouette atop a massive 6,000 square-foot trampoline designed with NASA-developed rebound material and a laser-cut steel frame to support as many as 66 people. Though the trampoline?s most traditional uses include simple jumping or amateur gymnastics, Defy Gravity also uses it to introduce vertical feints to dodge-ball and volleyball matches and add a gently forgiving floor to fitness classes that burn as many as 1,000 calories in an hour. A flexible support system reduces the impact of jumps on delicate joints and flawless high ponytails, while angled walls alleviate worries of falling off the sides. Trained court monitors stay ever-vigilant, making sure jumpers stay safe with complimentary helmets and ankle-support shoes and size-specific jumping zones.

When visitors call a ceasefire with gravity, they can check out a laser maze. Inspired by Mission: Impossible, the maze challenges participants to climb, duck, crawl, and shimmy through a 3D web of laser lights. If they fail, a buzzer sounds and, somewhere, Tom Cruise begins to smile but doesn?t know why.

10421 Portal Road
La Vista,
NE
US

When Joslyn Art Museum opened in 1931, more than 25,000 people lined up to see the exhibits. It had taken three years of construction and $3 million to create the splendid art-deco building, which was inlaid with more than 38 types of marble imported from around the world. The force behind this enormous effort was philanthropist Sarah Joslyn, who had the building built in honor of her late husband. But instead of standing front and center, Sarah quietly mixed in with the crowd. "I am just one of the public," she said to people who recognized her.

Sarah truly viewed the museum as a gift to the people of Omaha. With the 58,000-square-foot addition of the Walter & Suzanne Scott Pavilion, a sculpture garden, and other enhancements, the museum has grown with time. Visitors today find more than 11,000 works of art inside, with collections and exhibitions that include pieces of ancient Greek pottery, Renaissance and Baroque paintings by Titian and El Greco, and Impressionist works by Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Claude Monet.

After admiring the peasant portraiture of 19th-century French realist Jules Breton, guests can cartwheel over to a collection of 18th- and 19th-century American artwork, which includes portraits by James Peale and landscape images by Thomas Cole. Pieces from the 20th century from artists such as Grant Wood transition visitors into viewings of more contemporary works or attempts to find a 3-D Magic Eye picture in Jackson Pollock's Galaxy.

2200 Dodge St
Omaha,
NE
US