Kids Activities in Grand Rapids


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  • Bounce Party
    Bounce Party is an indoor inflatables arena. We offer private parties as well as have open (to the public) bounce hours. We have 9 giant inflatables that are split into two giant arenas and tow private party rooms. Bounce Party is great for birthday parties, family gatherings and all sorts of group get togethers.
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    4740 Talon Ct SE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Patterson Ice Center
    Patterson Ice Center sends skaters gliding gracefully across NHL- and Olympic-size rinks. Recreational-, speed-, and figure-skating sessions slice through the facility seven days per week, and a spacious, 5,000-square-foot lobby overlooking both glacial sheets lets parents, friends, and easily chilled zambonis survey icy action while staying warm. During lessons—which are open to beginners through advanced skaters—double gold medalist and skating director April Treado draws from 25 years of experience to help students improve. Additionally, Patterson Ice Center also hosts parties, catered events, and USA Hockey–sanctioned adult leagues, as well as an onsite pro shop stocked with the latest gear and equipment.
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    2550 Patterson Ave SE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Grand Rapids Children's Museum
    Armed with a variety of art-, sensory-, and experience-based programming, Grand Rapids Children's Museum plots a plethora of strategies for holding the attentions of unruly tots. Permanent exhibits include a hands-on bubbles display; a construction site made of Legos, building blocks, and more; and an interactive play-banking site complete with cash registers, ATMs, and legally binding loans. Beginning January 27, the temporary exhibit Izzy's World of Shapes will entice creative kiddos with three-dimensional stacking puzzles, drawing activities, and an enormous light-bright structure.
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    11 Sheldon Avenue Southeast
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Griff's IceHouse
    At Griff's IceHouse, two blank slates invite visitors to trace their favorite shapes on an icy canvass, from giant ovals to compact figure eights. Guests may draw inspiration from Olympic figure skaters and others from the Grand Rapids Griffins, whose blades tattoo this ice while the team dishes out slap-shot sandwiches and body checks to rival teams. Snack-filled concession stands fuel glides, spins, and jumps during open-skate sessions, which welcome skaters of all levels with skate rentals and freshly smoothed ice. In addition to leading skating classes, the facility hosts lessons, camps, and league play for hockey enthusiasts and adventurous actors getting ready to audition for King Lear on Ice.
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    30 Coldbrook St. NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Wengers Bowl
    A two-story, 16-lane facility, Wengers Bowl invites bowlers of all experience levels to pummel pins and fill frames with strikes. An onsite pro shop outfits visitors with bags and a broad collection of bowling balls, from polyester Brunswick T Zone balls to DV8 Misfit orbs, all with finger holes drilled onsite. Bowling leagues bring together players of all experience levels for 10-week recreational sessions on Sunday or Monday nights, and players can bowl until 2 a.m. on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays to see whether bowling balls turn into pumpkins after midnight.
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    629 Leonard St. NW
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Clique Lanes
    Hanging on the exterior, a huge retro neon sign in the likeness of a bowling pin announces the three central tenets of Clique Lanes: beer, liquor, and bowling. Inside, 160 regular-sized pins—poised at the ends of 16 lanes sprawled across two levels—await the punishing crash of bowling balls and the ensuing high-fives. Between frames, bowlers can stop by the snack bar for burgers and wraps and take advantage of frequent drink specials. On Fridays, the lanes take a turn for the cosmic with Glo Bowling.
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    533 Stocking Avenue Northwest
    Grand Rapids, MI US
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