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What You'll Get
The surgeon general recommends a family fun day four times per year to create lasting memories and give houses the chance to molt in private. Meet your quarterly joy quota with today's Groupon: for $15, you get an all-day wristband at the Fun 'n' Stuff year-round amusement park in Macedonia (a $29.95 value). You may buy up to four Groupons for a day of family shenanigans.
Fun 'n' Stuff is an indoor-outdoor play palace buzzing with zippy kids, peppy preteens, and adults who never grew up. An all-day wristband grants unlimited access to Fun 'n' Stuff's attractions, including a 4,000-square-foot laser-tag arena, four levels of rock walls, and Highway 66 mini-bowling. Conquer the Curse of the Lost Tomb of Osiris while avoiding attacks from the Egyptian laser god, or relive junior-high canoodling during couples' skates on the roller rink. Fun 'n' Stuff's Eurobungy attraction catapults child projectiles to the rafters, ensuring gaggles of laughter and early bedtimes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Not valid toward video games. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fun 'n' Stuff
Lasers flash across a 6,000-square-foot arena. Bumper boats splash against each other in a 135,000-gallon lake. An elastic EuroBungy harness flings bouncers skyward for death-defying flips. These are just a few of the attractions and activities at Fun 'n' Stuff, where families can also fill their days by racing go-karts, or gliding around a rink on rented roller skates. Guests who want to breathe in fresh air can putt through two 18-hole mini golf courses and jump in an inflatable bounce house. The littlest visitors play in a ball pit, whereas the Extreme Looping Bikes send older ones soaring through the air, just like the majestic eagle they rode to their middle-school graduation. For adults, Fun 'n' Stuff now includes Rafters Bar & Grill, which serves up bottles beers, wines, and cocktails made with fresh-squeezed lemons and limes.