Kids Activities in Malvern

$20 for a Two-Hour Unlimited Fun and Food Package at Playtime Pizza (Up to $51 Value)

Playtime Pizza

Beaver

$51 $20

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Kids and adults bound through play center’s arcade, laser tag, and go-karts, stopping only to grab bites from the expansive buffet

Hour of Open-Jump Time for Two or Four with Socks, a or Birthday Party for 10 Kids at Sky Zone (Up to 49% Off)

Sky Zone

Sky Zone - Maumelle, AR

$34 $19

An hour of fun fitness in facility with trampolines as far as the eye can see; parties include pizza and soda

Pumpkin-Patch Visit for Two or Four at Scott Pumpkin Patch (Up to 50% Off)

Scott Pumpkin Patch

Scott

$16 $8

Family-owned farm welcomes guests for seasonal activities stretched across 6 acres, including hayrides, pig races, and an animal barn

Full-Day Visit for Two or Four to the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame (Up to Half Off)

Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame

North Little Rock

$12 $6

Displays and exhibits whisk sports fans through the rich athletic history of Arkansas and highlight its most outstanding athletes

Two Games of Bowling for Two, Four, or Six at Conway Family Bowl (Up to 52% Off)

Conway Family Bowl

Conway

$20.34 $11

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Twenty-four lanes with automatic scoring and programmable bumpers await bowlers at this alley with a more than 50-year history

Unlimited Video Games, Bumper Cars, Laser Tag and Mini-Golf at Hog Wild Family Fun Center (Up to 49% Off)

Hog Wild Family Fun Center

Conway

$59 $30

Romp around 25,000 square feet of amusements, including arcade games

Mini Golf for Two or Four or Large Bucket of Balls for Driving Range at Cabot Miniature Golf (Up to 67% Off)

Cabot Miniature Golf

Hill

$12 $5

Giant windmills, miniature ponds, and animal statues decorate 18-hole course; onsite driving range and practice putting green

6, 8, or 10 30-Minute Sessions of Laser Tag at Xtreme Paintball and Laser Tag (Up to 53% Off)

Laser Tag Tickets

Xtreme Paintball and Laser Tag

$30 $15

Laser tag at an outdoor facility with three fields

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The instructors at Green Haven Horse Stables guide riders of all skill levels on the path to proper horsemanship with private and group lessons as well as summer camps for children. Each lesson focuses on safety and building self-confidence, which are of the utmost importance when commanding a steed to jump over fences or ride through an airport security checkpoint. Riders may choose to ride in the styles of English, hunter jumping, Western, or dressage, with intermediate and above dressage lessons conducted by a certified USDF judge. At summer camps, children ages 6–14 receive a proper introduction to horses, spending a full week learning the subtleties of equitation and participating in fun-filled games and activities.

13288 Bean Rd
Alexander,
AR
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The Arkansas Arts Center stokes the innate creativity of all its visitors with a close look at artistic expression. Since its creation in 1960, the AAC has amassed a permanent collection of more than 5,300 drawings and paintings (primarily American and European), 1,000 contemporary crafts and sculptures, and 27 lost mittens. Examples of French neo-impressionist drawings share space with the work of old masters, while early modern paintings complement studio-forged glass sculptures and other pieces dating as far back as 1465. Throughout the year, the museum also casts its light on the local community by hosting special exhibitions of established artists and emerging talent.

Outside its gallery, the AAC encourages the community in another way. Through classes and workshops, instructors explain the fundamentals of composition in photography, ceramics, painting, woodworking, and printmaking while helping students create their own pieces. An onsite children's theatre, meanwhile, routinely stages family-friendly shows, and the troupe even offers workshops on the art of acting.

501 E 9th St.
Little Rock,
AR
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At Arkansas Skatium, visitors don ice or roller skates to indulge in family-friendly, frictionless fun atop spacious rinks. During group ice-skating classes, certified instructors show bladers aged 5 and older the fundamentals of gliding before letting them fan across the ice to work through new maneuvers. When the clock strikes 10 p.m., the rink morphs into a broomball stadium where up to 25 athletes take to the ice for sneaker-clad fun.

Arkansas Skatium's snack bar vends sodas, cappuccinos, pizza, and funnel cake to those tuckered out from eight-wheeled and single-bladed maneuvers. The ProShop sells all manner of gliding gear and houses a repair shop for skates dulled by nervous biting before hockey games.

1311 S Bowman Rd.
Little Rock,
AR
US

When the Little Rock Zoo opened its gates in 1926, it contained fewer animals than many people's homes. At the time, its inhabitants were, in total, a circus-trained brown bear and an abandoned timber wolf. From its formative days, the Little Rock Zoo has expanded dramatically, now home to more than 700 animals from more than 200 unique species. Visitors can witness lions, tigers, and jaguars up close; interact with exotic birds; and carefully navigate spider monkeys' webs. In addition to conserving wildlife, the zoo also preserves a unique antique carousel, one of only four in the world to feature an undulating wooden track rather than conventional moving poles.

1 Zoo Dr
Little Rock,
AR
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The Little Rock Carriage Company's stable of american belgian draft horses pull ornate ivory carriages on leisurely tours of downtown Little Rock. Wooden-spoke wheels rotate the rhythms of a horse-hoof percussion quartet as 30-minute carriage rides promenade past MacArthur Park, the River Market area, and enduring views of equine tails. Riders can opt to include additional riders ($5 fee/person) to accommodate perpetual third wheels or hire Tony Bennett to commentate the sights in song.

1400 E 6th St
Little Rock,
AR
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The Museum of Discovery crams 25,000 square feet of exhibit space with a plethora of displays on world history, culture, and natural science. Features include a rare, uncursed mummy coffin, painstakingly crafted around 600 BC, as well as an animal collection of 51 species including birds of prey, a European ferret, an alligator, and a rare breed of unicorn-Jabberwocky. Permanent exhibits include Passport to the World, which guides visitors on a sweeping cultural tour with authentic artifacts, artworks, and local knowledge that help define the featured nation. Energy illustrates how coal and nuclear power keep homes lit and cell phones charged while guests use their bodies to ignite light bulbs that could illuminate living rooms, dusty attics, and even dustier Lite-Brite consoles.

500 President Clinton Ave
Little Rock,
AR
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