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 play passes to Frenzy in Norton. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get 5 passes for open play (up to $50 value).
- For $40, you get 10 passes for open play (up to $100 value).<p>
In Frenzy’s vibrant, indoor playground, kids of all ages bounce across colorful inflatables, race through obstacle courses, and whiz down soft slides as adults enjoy amenities in the parents’ room. After bounding through bounce houses, ducking in and out of tunnels, and clinging to bucking mechanical bulls, kids can explore their creative sides with edible Sandy Candy sand art.
In the semiprivate toddler room, which looks out onto the main play area, tots sharpen fine motor skills with age-appropriate activities and obviate the need to draw tic-tac-toe games by making use of toys, tunnels, and slides. Old-fashion sodas tempt guests at the snack bar, sating thirst and setting the mood for sock-hops. Adults can take advantage of free wireless Internet, watch a 50-inch flat-screen television, or vanquish thirst with a mocha at the coffee bar in the parents’ lounge. Passes grant access for an entire day of open play, so guests can feel free to leave and return at their leisure. Parents’ admission, like love or a floor seat at the NBA finals, is free.
Frenzy’s rates vary according to age and number of children.
Laughter resounds across Frenzy's indoor playground, echoing off colorful inflatables and cushy slides. Kids of all ages scamper across the play structures, racing through obstacle courses, ducking in and out of tunnels, and clinging to bucking mechanical bulls. In a semiprivate toddler room, tots sharpen fine motor skills with age-appropriate activities, making use of toys, tunnels, and slides. Kids can enjoy old-fashioned soda at the snack bar, and explore culinary creativity with edible Sandy Candy sand art. In a parents' lounge, adults can take advantage of free wireless Internet, watch a 50-inch flat-screen television, or sip on coffee drinks.
In addition to open-play sessions, the center hosts a variety of summer day camps, with themes ranging from Indoor Beach Fun to Rock Star. Additionally, Friday and Saturday evenings' teen nights appeal to tweens and teens with video games and prizes, along with glow-in-the-dark doge ball, which is much safer than glow-in-the-dark chainsaw juggling.