Kids Activities in Layton

47% Off at North Shore Aquatic Center

North Ogden

$12 $6.99

After Memorial Day, jungle gym, standalone water slide, and high and low diving boards amuse families

Harlem Globetrotters – Up to 40% Off Kids' Clinic

Multiple Locations

$110 $66

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Harlem Globetrotters players coach kids ages 6–12 on basketball fundamentals, drills, and off-the-court character development

Up to 56% Off at AMF Bowling Co.

South Salt Lake City

$24 $17

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

Up to 40% Off Multipark Package and Tubing from Seven Peaks

Multiple Locations

$69.99 $42

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The pass of all passes unlocks access to parks that feature go-karts, bowling, and more; includes unlimited tube rental at water parks

Half Off a 11-Week Youth Rock-Band Program

Salt Lake City

$600 $299

Pro musicians and instructors help students under 18 refine covers or original songs during an 11-week program that culminates in a concert

Up to 50% Off Visit to Scales and Tails Utah

West Valley City

$10 $5

Visitors get up close with reptiles, snakes, spiders, and scorpions; educational programs include skits, songs, and touch sessions

Up to 66% Off Memberships to Scales and Tails

West Valley City

$76 $29

Family memberships grant access to interactive bird and reptile exhibits, reptile workshops, and discounts on summer camp

55% Off Scavenger-Hunt Adventure Race

Iggy's Downtown

$55 $25

Teams race to solve clues and strategize to win cash prizes and awards during urban race; music and drink specials at post-race party

Natural History Museum of Utah – Up to 48% Off

University

$22 $13

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The museum explores the world from the age of dinosaurs to today, showcasing nature and man through a variety of lenses

Up to 57% Off Drum Lessons

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

30-minute private lessons teach the fundamentals of drumming; four-lesson package includes drumsticks and a booklet of tips and techniques

Up to 38% Off a Therapeutic Bath or Swim in a Geothermal Pool

Midway

$32 $22.50

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Guests snorkel or take a therapeutic soak in a natural geothermal spring, whose crystal-clear mineral water is always 90–96 degrees

50% Off Zipline Canopy Tour at Adventure Zipline

Provo Canyon

$60 $30

Enjoy views of the Wasatch mountains and the Provo river as you sail down 5 unique ziplines stretching over 1,400 feet

USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum – 50% Off a Visit

Downtown Price

$12 $6

The museum features a hall of paleontology, a hall of archeology, and exhibits of prehistoric cultures, focusing on Eastern Utah

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Classic Fun Center's Layton facility shelters its various attractions in a pirate-themed playground. Guests can rack up strikes on the mini-bowling lanes or ascend a three-story rock wall. The park also hosts a bounce area with inflatable slides and obstacles courses, as well as an arcade with more than 50 games such as skee-ball and Deal or No Deal, where kids teach the computer how to pinky swear. Guests at Classic Fun Center's Riverdale location can cool off on the water park's four 300-foot slides, super-sized "fat" slide, kiddie splash ground, or inflatable slip-n-slide.

867 N Angel St
Layton,
UT
US

With more than 2,000 feet of climate-controlled indoor track, Fastkart Indoor Speedway rouses racers with the power to speed through courses, slide around corners, and compete with friends on their U.S.-made go-karts. Boasting two covered tracks with a slew of configurations, races even offer computerized timing and scoring to easily confirm winners of friendly competitions or the sudden-death settlement of literary-trivia debates. Between adrenaline escapades, racers can settle excited stomachs with a shared scrumptious selection from the snack bar, or take a break from the exhilarations of reality with a galvanizing video game in the arcade. If two 10-minute races aren't enough of a track-tearing session, this Groupon can be upgraded to 15 minutes (an additional $5 per race), a 40-lap race (an additional $10 per race), or a 60-lap race (an additional $20 per race) for uncontrollable cart cravings.

421 Marshall Way
Layton,
UT
US

Gravity is a limit, and the safety-conscious staff at Get Air Sportsplex won't stand for that—they help guests of all ages defy Newton's obsession. Their facility is chock-full of aerial-activity apparatus, including 50 huge trampolines, an 80-foot dodge-ball court, and five foam pits. Each foam pit is outfitted with TVs so that jumpers can watch delayed replays of their cannonballs and airborne tricks. There's a kids' area, too, that invites little ones to bounce on a trampoline slide and foam pit without risking injury or the most common outcome of jumping on the bed: having your parents replace your bed with a sleeping bag. An expansive parkour arena dares adventurous guests to test their physical discipline. Friendly staffers also prepare party rooms to help groups celebrate birthdays, corporate events, or a pogo stick's retirement party.

1188 Sportsplex Drive
Kaysville,
UT
US

Founded at Utah's first nature center 36 years ago, the Ogden Nature Center unites unites members of modern civilizationurban-confined nature-lovers with the awe-inspiring creatures, and creepers of nature, fostering appreciation for local landscapes and wildlife while nurturing stewardship for the environment. Potential packs of pioneers may use their family day pass ($12) to tap their inner Lewis and Clarks by traversing the 1.5 miles of walking trails that dot the 152- acre preserve, passing through pleasant picnic areas, the 100-birdhouse- strong Birdhouse Trail, and the tree house at Dumke Picnic Grove, where visitors may boot up high- powered binoculars and spy stronger views of birds in flight and animals mid-meditation. Spot one of the 149 species of birds that have mingled in the nature center, from the majestic bald eagle and the graceful black-chinned hummingbird to the suave afro-topped disco dodo. The center also plays host to a number of indoor facilities, such as the E. Hugh and Beth Peck Ford Mews -- rehabilitation center—a building in which day-trippers can meet injured eagles, hawks, and owls up- close --— and two of Utah's greenest buildings (the education and visitor centers), constructed out of eco-friendly materials such as recycled ignorance and whose staffs facilitate instruction on sustainable structures.

966 W 12th St
Ogden,
UT
US

The clatter of victimized pins echoes across Orchard Lanes's 18-lane alley and family-fun center. Unless there is a league on the floor, Orchard Lanes's staffers are happy to bring down the lights for glow-in-the-dark bowling at a customer’s request during any of its daily open-bowling hours. For special occasions, party packages are available to equip revelers with the necessary pizza, ice cream, and goody bags, and Orchard Lanes has even played host to a wedding. A computerized scoring system logs each player’s achievements, and between frames, a stop at the full-service snack bar yields pizza and soda to refuel sphere-tossing muscles. The center is also home to billiards tables and an arcade that, like the fairest time-out corners, has a redemption center.

30 S 130 E
North Salt Lake,
UT
US

Visitors to the Utah Arts Festival stride across concrete promenades and grassy lawns sprawled out between fountains and modern buildings, which have glass walls that reflect the fest’s vibrant paintings and eclectic sculptures. Since its inception more than 35 years ago, the four-day festival has taken over a multiblock radius to accommodate hundreds of visual artists, musicians, performers, and culinary artists, each celebrating modern art and the local community. Throughout indoor and outdoor exhibitions, visitors explore varied works of visual art represented through special exhibitions and hands-on workshops with featured artists. A marketplace also gives artists a place to sell their paintings, wearable art, and sculptures to help disseminate their crafts and raise enough money for van Gogh’s ghost to move out of their basements.

Musicians score the festival throughout its days with worldwide genres on several outdoor stages, and storytellers and other literary artists tickle ears with eclectic tales and recitations of the UN staff directory. Across the grounds, festival staffers recycle the fete’s discarded plastic, aluminum, and cardboard as well as food scraps and vegetable oil, and promote eco-friendly practices with a protected bicycle lot and bike valet.

210 E 400
Salt Lake City,
UT
US