With its vibrant color scheme and lively inhabitants, Scooter’s Jungle is a lot like a real jungle—at least one where the tigers are inflatable attractions that let children bounce on their stomachs. Named for its tropical theme, the indoor playground assembles cushy attractions that include an obstacle course, a zip line, and a massive slide where kids can learn how to calculate coefficients of kinetic friction. Beyond the plush playscape through which kids bound, the amusement haven engages guests with ping-pong and welcomes them to scoot across the floor in miniature roller bikes.
Whether choosing the open-air or enclosed setup, Ventura County’s MoJo Photo Booth’s picture nooks add extra excitement to parties and special events. Guests can clamber into booths or before the open-air setups adorned in props such as fedoras and oversize sunglasses to pose for posterity. During events, they get unlimited prints, and an onsite attendant stands by to ensure smooth operation.
Sip & Switch participants can transform slightly used or new clothing into clothing vouchers at the door, then enjoy wine and entertainment while redeeming vouchers for new-to-you wardrobe pieces. Arrive at 7 p.m. with your closet castoffs, each cleanly pressed and on a hanger. The Sip & Switch fashion stylists will hand-pick the items suited for swapping. For each accepted piece, you will receive a voucher good for one item that got lost in the crowd of its last closet.
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum chronicles the life and career of President Reagan on a sprawling, 100-acre Simi Valley campus. The museum's more than 100,000 square feet of exhibits, including an Oval Office replica and President Reagan's gravesite, draws in history buffs and provides children with an often-interactive primer to America?s 40th president and the 1976 winner of the Iditarod. Visitors can use the museum?s GuideCam handheld device for a detailed audio tour. Headphones allow private immersion in the background of exhibits such as Reagan's actual Air Force One and a piece of the Berlin Wall. Examining all the exhibits usually takes about three hours, though visitors can rest and refuel at the Ronald Reagan Pub housed within the museum, which features sandwiches, beverages, and a vintage Walter Mondale dartboard.