Kids Activities in Danville

Up to 53% Off Bowling Outing for Six

Multiple Locations

$53.50 $25

Spacious lanes and shoe rentals for up to six at centers in operation for more than 50 years

Up to 50% Off Explorium of Lexington Visit

Downtown Lexington

$16 $9

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Kids can enclose themselves in giant bubbles, build an adobe wall, and watch wild birds from an observation window at the interactive museum

Kentucky Railway Museum – Up to 50% Off Train Excursion

New Haven

$34 $18

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Train rides gift visitors with the authentic experience of riding through the countryside in an old passenger train

40% Off Spring Celebration at EnterTRAINment Junction

West Chester

$31.90 $19

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25,000-square-foot indoor model-train display

Up to 64% Off Camping at Twin Island Park

Monroe

$40 $19

Camp along the Ohio River in shaded sites, each with water, electricity, and access to the docks and launch ramp

46% Off Zipline Canopy Tour for Two

Mauckport

$118 $64

During 90- to 120-minute tours, six ziplines and one swinging suspension bridge lift guests up to 50 feet above caverns and acres of forest

Up to 56% Off at AMF Bowling Co.

Multiple Locations

$32 $17

Bowling at over 250 locations across the country hosts groups of two, four, or six for two hours of bowling

Half Off Off Ice-Skating

Lyndon

$16 $8

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Two full-size rinks welcome guests during open-skate hours throughout the week

Up to 78% Off Bowling or Birthday-Party Package

Butchertown

$88 $19

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Historical bowling alley houses eight lanes with automatic scoring; birthday party treats up to 10 kids to games, pizza, and private party

Up to 59% Off Fun Package at Puzzle’s Fun Dome

East Louisville

$47.98 $22

Family fun center packed with more than 10 attractions, such as ziplining, mini golf, cosmic hoops and an arcade

Up to 54% Off Paint-Your-Own Pottery Outing

Louisville

$60 $30

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Paints and supplies provided; participant selects pottery piece to paint; tour showcases history and process of 200 year old art factory.

Up to 51% Off at Mammoth Cave Adventures

Cave City

$80 $39

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Ziplines whiz guests across leafy canopy outside of Mammoth Cave National Park before they free fall on a 70-foot drop

50% Off at Outdoor Fun Park in Cave City

Cave City

$70 $35

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Outdoor amusement park pairs attractions such as trampoline bungees, rock walls, go-karts, and horseback rides

Up to 54% Off All Day Pass or Ultimate Party at Ralphie's

Glasgow

$30 $15

Ralphie's All Day Passes include Activities such as bowling, mini golf, Atomic Blaster, Time Freak, inflatables, and roller skating.

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The Great American Dollhouse Museum houses hundreds of miniature buildings and citizens in a newly renovated 6,000-square-foot historical building, with high arched ceilings and an immense skylight. Curator Lori Kagan-Moore's vision for the museum is that each piece and scene be as authentic as possible. The exhibit begins with a timeline of U.S. history rendered in miniatures and moves to a village set in the early 1900s. The mini-land features a Shaker settlement, gypsy caravan, orphanage, and more, filled with characters wearing period-accurate clothing and interacting with period-accurate cell phones. The dollhouses are kind enough to leave their backs open so museum-goers can peek at the décor, dolls, and salivating grizzly bears. The museum concludes with a fantasy forest, complete with fairies, centaurs, and dragons.

344 Swope Dr
Danville,
KY
US

The 18-hole mini-golf course at Adventure Falls weaves through panoramic fields, around lily-pad-filled ponds, and past a 40-foot waterfall with an overlooking deck, setting a scenic stage for challenging tournaments. The first 10 holes of the 18 are ADA-accessible, and many boast tee-off challenges such as water obstacles and the heckling ghost of Sam Snead. With all-day passes for two, mini-golf enthusiasts can play an unlimited number of games, honing their swings, settling long-standing sibling rivalries, or letting dad win with a Father’s Day handicap. After golfing arms grow weary, players can explore the lush Lake Reba and see the park’s walking trails, fishing lake, and playground while reliving the glory of a game-winning hole-in-one or an effective heckling face.

250 Lake Reba Drive
Richmond,
KY
US

Within Richmond Underground Gaming Center's 9,000-square-foot facility, visitors can live out scenes from their favorite action movies while playing video games against other players on the same network or while battling during live laser-tag scenarios. Black lights bathe the laser-tag arena, setting a glow-in-the-dark stage on which participants play game styles such as capture-and-hold or search-for-stray-socks. Choruses of electronic beeps emerge from the barrel of four laser-gun types as players fire them from behind the cover of crates. A commanding officer oversees each game, provides players with intel on the enemy, and supplies terrain maps.

Meanwhile, the 1,500-square-foot LAN area keeps the action confined to HD screens. Ten high-performance computers and multiple game consoles beckon players to grip controllers and duke it out in games such as Battlefield 3 or no-holds-barred spreadsheet creation.

292 S 2nd St
Richmond,
KY
US

At Galaxy Bowling & Entertainment, bowlers can hurl balls toward pin clusters seven days a week. Nifty Fifties Tuesdays fill idle fingers with $0.50 domestic beers, and on Thursday through Saturday, cosmic bowling creates a nebular ambiance with black lights, balls that glow, and pins that smell like a supernova remnant. After a league game, party, or one-on-one with a friend, players can agree to a cease-fire inside Champions Sports Bar & Grill, hoisting edible trophies of burgers, sandwiches, and pizza to their mouths. Competitors can also break from the lanes at the Great Odyssey Arcade, or stock up on gear at the Ray Kidd Pro Shop.

1025 Amberly Way
Richmond,
KY
US

Life Adventure Center of the Bluegrass runs across 575 acres, half of which is preserved as one of the most heavily wooded areas in Woodford County. Several ponds, creeks, and miles of trails wind through the natural landscape, allowing hikers to bond with their environment before heading back to the farm's bustling equine, cattle-ranching, and crop-restoration programs. Life Adventure Center focuses on experiential education, encouraging others to practice hands-on learning in a natural setting through programs including survival clinics, nature photography, navigation, and horsemanship. Instructors strive to customize courses, accommodating each participant's needs, abilities, and talents for interpreting horse languages.

570 Milner Rd
Versailles,
KY
US

Sarah Bennett’s 22 years of horse experience—including a competition career that began when she was just 6—have led her to her current post as the head instructor at Ainsley Riding Academy. A lifetime around horses has imbued her teachings with a kind and understanding touch that eases the nerves of even the most young and novice rider. Atop friendly lesson horses—either inside the climate controlled indoor facility or under the sun in the outdoor riding ring—students follow a plan for improvement that’s geared toward their needs and goals while always keeping them safe and away from the peer pressure of circus daredevils.

305 Lower Clifton Rd
Versailles,
KY
US