With 22,000 square feet of indoor amusement-park entertainment, Birthday World gives children an exciting place to romp and roam. With the unlimited pass wristband, guests can spin and soar on such carnival rides as the flying banana ride, the indoor rollercoaster, carousel, and two-year rocket trip to Mars. Kids tumble and ricochet to their hearts content through giant inflatable play areas that include a colorful slide and a super-size bounce house. Mini golf offers a fun-size version of the world's least efficient way to plug a hole. On-staff mascot Bosko the Birthday Bear doles out signature hugs at birthday parties and has been known to make surprise appearances at open playtimes as well. Parents can take a break from the frenetic fun by sampling the offerings of the on-site restaurant, which serves chips, soda, and other treats.
Homosassa Butterfly aims to educate and entertain guests, providing an unforgettable, butterfly-based experience. Depending on the time of year, between 10 and 30 North American species can be found flitting about the flowers and plants of the 2,500-square-foot garden, guzzling nectar and holding dance-offs. An educational center screens movies about butterflies in a small theater and also contains numerous pinned displays and exhibits about the life cycle and behavior of the butterfly. Visitors can watch maturation in action at the chrysalis exhibit, a display case full of caterpillars desperately trying to turn into beautiful butterflies before their next high-school reunion shames them once again.
A group of escaped convicts is hiding out in an abandoned warehouse, using its labyrinth-like corridors to hide their illegal activities from the police. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to retake the warehouse while defending yourself from their volleys of multicolored paintballs. The catch? You only have 10 minutes. Orlando Paintball's intense SWAT vs. Convicts scenario has proven so realistic that Orlando’s own SWAT group regularly uses the warehouse facility for training.
That warehouse is only one of Orlando Paintball's six arenas, which include another indoor facility and four outdoor fields littered with wooden barriers, bridges, and fallen trees. These arenas constantly evolve to keep players on their toes at all times. Among the recently updated arenas is an outdoor field modeled after the Call of Duty video-game series, complete with a maze of army-camp structures and trees from which squirrels hurl paint grenades. Prepare for battle by strapping on a safety mask, renting an electronic or mechanical paintball gun, and scarfing down a free slice of pizza.
Family Fun Town offers a thrill for all ages. Bang it around in our Batting Cages, line up for an excting ride on our Go-Kart Track, jump and fly to soaring heights on our Bungee Bounce or choose a slower pace with mini golf. However you choose your fun we guarantee you WILL have fun...after all "Fun" is our Middle Name!
With more than 18,300 square feet dedicated to all manner of bounce, Rebounderz Indoor Trampoline Arena's original location in Longwood invites guests to leap and bound across more than 10,400 square feet of specially engineered indoor trampolines. After working up a sweat during rounds of air dodgeball or plunging into foam pits, bouncers can take a break with a game of ping-pong or hit the arcade games. A café refuels visitors and bakes up pizzas for birthday parties, which are an ideal way to celebrate kids for surviving this cruel world thus far.
Maybe it's the themed activity areas. Maybe it's the vibrant color splashed across each of the walls. Whatever the reason, kid stepping into Amaya Papaya's play lounge know that they're not walking into your average play date. Instead, they pass their time in a hybrid lounge that combines the best elements of indoor playgrounds, event and party spaces, and local shops. Seven themed areas fend off boredom, with a creativity corner allowing kids to color and a construction corner letting them design cost-effective skyscrapers out of wooden blocks.
While kids play, parents pass their minutes browsing the toys, games, and educational resources that populate the center's shop. After ringing up purchases, they can also kick back in comfy seats, keeping an eye on their child's play session while taking a break for themselves.
In addition to surpervising play sessions, Amaya Papaya's staff also leads classes for both parents and adults, such as story time and CPR training. To keep things fresh, they constantly rotate toys and pull out their etch-a-sketches to plan special events such as meetings with children's authors.