Without exercise, children will never build the strength to cut their own sandwich crusts or tear geometry books in half with their bare hands. Foster childhood vigor with today’s Groupon for kids’ bounce-house passes at Brew City Paintball in Waukesha. Choose from the following options:
- For $9, you get two bounce-house passes for kids aged 12 and younger (up to a $17.98 value).
- For $17, you get four bounce-house passes for kids aged 12 and younger (up to a $35.96 value).
- For $33, you get eight bounce-house passes for kids aged 12 and younger (up to a $71.92 value).
Passes for children aged 2 and younger are regularly priced at $4.99.
Brew City Paintball’s 44,000-square-foot facility hosts kinetic indoor fun with a brightly colored neighborhood of bounce houses. Kids can burn off energy in inflatable bounce houses that ignite their imaginations with whimsical architecture. In a castle with a green dragon curled atop its roof, tots can emulate the royals of old by strutting around the throne room or issuing a decree that ice cream is henceforth a vegetable. Dinosaurs roam across a yellow bounce house bordered by green palms, and a Kidz Gym challenges tykes to scramble up a sloping ladder before tumbling down a slide. Picnic tables dot the blue carpet lane between houses, welcoming parents to gather and chat and kids to take a breather between wild leaps and stressful home repairs.
Brew City Paintball
At Brew City Paintball, paint slingers of all skill levels wage war over 44,000 square feet of indoor battlegrounds or 17,000 sq. ft. outdoor field peppered with inflatable fortifications. The indoor facility includes two fields, with one stretching 110'x130' and another 85'x125'. During paintball games, each player loads up with a Tippmann A5 Response Trigger full auto gun, protective vest, antifog mask, and unlimited air refills to take the fight to enemy teams and spotless clothing on multiple all-turf playing fields. Referees monitor each match for signs of foul play, and Brew City organizes games according to player skill so rookies can hone their skills without being sniped by a pro. As paint flies between bunkers and teams vie for control of the field, parents, friends, and war photographers observe the action from plush leather couches in Brew City's air-conditioned viewing room, complete with WiFi and five flat-screen TVs.