Amusement Parks in Marlton

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Beyond its roaring arcade and indoor amusement park, The Funplex decrees that 8,000 of its 100,000-square-foot kingdom be annexed to the Realm where fantasy game MagiQuest disperses Magis on heroic adventurers through an interactive and spellbinding semivirtual lair. Carefully choose your Magi alias and grab your secret-yielding loaner wand (a $2 value) before embarking on a fantastical adventure filled with distinguished wizards, enchanting pixies, and cunning dragons. Seasoned with mystical spells and motion sensors, wands respond to trees, mountains, and flat screens sprinkled throughout the Realm, sharing clues so Magi can complete honorable tasks or surprise wicked goblins with an unexpected hug. With unlimited play (a $14.95 value), Magis can entreat the hours to swallow them into the transformative wormhole of role-playing bliss.

3320 Route 38
Mount Laurel,
NJ
US

Sahara Sam's Oasis Indoor Water Park invites dippers, divers, and lazy river rafters to their 58,000-square-foot splash factory that houses boat loads of tube slides, family raft rides, and other poolside attractions. Ungilled patrons ages 8 and older can challenge man-made waves with their mighty boards on the Flowrider surfing simulator, or play a pickup game of b-ball in Sam's Slamdunker pool that has hoops positioned in the center. Daycationers need not leave the premises for lunch, as Sahara Sam's houses a café with a menu buoyed by pizzas, sandwiches, and more. Aqua-loving visitors who plan to stay at the Wyndham Hotel in Mount Laurel will receive a discounted nightly rate of $79 when they reference "Sahara Sam's Groupon" upon booking. This rate applies based on availability and possible blackout dates.

535 N Route 73
West Berlin,
NJ
US

Children rattle through Monkey Town's colorful assortment of obstacle courses, inflatables, and playgrounds while closely supervised by a well-trained staff. With an open-play pass, children age 10 and younger, or octogenarians awakening from decades of enchanted sleep, can climb and slide around the soft jungle gym and partake in the miracle of human adhesion on the velcro wall. While kids consume their day of unlimited play and debates on pension-funding policies, adults can hang out in the parents' lounge and affix their eyeballs to a TV, or surf on the complimentary WiFi.

5860 Route 42
Turnersville,
NJ
US

Walking into Rolling Thunder Skating Center feels a lot like walking into an indoor carnival: there are rides inside, an arcade with video games and skeeball, and there's even a mural of a rollercoaster on the walls. Still, the center's core identity pulses on the groove of pure roller fun, boasting an expansive rink and its own pizzeria. Around the whole scene, skaters can glide and groove to Top-40 tunes. Parents can join kids on the rink, or watch from the booths in the seating area to ensure that their kids are safe and aren't mouthing any lyrics to Will Smith's Parent's Just Don't Understand.

7015 Roosevelt Blvd
Philadelphia,
PA
US

At Sesame Place, kids and adults alike meet and interact with everyone's favorite furry friends—from classic friends such as Big Bird, Bert, Ernie, and Elmo to newer additions such as Abby Cadabby, Murray, and Honker and Dinger. Pose for pictures in a life-size re-creation of the TV show’s classic set, soar above the park in the twirling Elmo's Cloud Chaser ride, or travel to the outer reaches of the solar system during a children’s-size roller coaster ride on Vapor Trail. After experiencing their fill of rides and shows, kids can watch the Neighborhood Street Party Parade, an energetic neighborhood block party that takes place on the iconic Sesame Street and features everyone's favorite Sesame Street friends.

100 Sesame Rd.
Langhorne,
PA
US

They say that a family that plays together stays together, especially when they've got each other in the cross-hairs of a laser. At the family entertainment complex of Ultrazone, everybody's inner kid comes out to play in an electric playground teeming with teams of ultraviolet warriors. The sprawling laser tag arena is one of the biggest on the East Coast, sporting multiple levels of battle grounds where visceral action scenarios play out amongst a myriad of obstacles. Rounds are played in multiple gaming formats and are divided by age levels so younger players aren't trounced by birthday parties for Bigfoot. Gun shy attendees can get their kicks popping quarters at Ultrazone's video game arcade.

4201 Neshaminy Blvd
Bensalem,
PA
US