Without exercise, children will never build the strength to cut their own sandwich crusts or throw each other onto the roof to retrieve their frisbees. Foster childhood vigor with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for a three-day indoor play pass for a child aged 0–2 (up to a $30 value)
- $22 for a three-day indoor play pass for a child aged 3–4 (up to a $45 value)
- $30 for a three-day indoor play pass for a child aged 5 and older (up to a $60 value)
A smorgasbord of fun, adventuresome activities fill the 9,000 square feet of Funderdome. Upon entering, eyes immediately gaze skyward to the center's ceiling, where kids deftly navigate the ropes course a good 22 feet above the ground. While kids remain safely tethered, they traverse seven complex courses that build balance, coordination, and confidence. As the sky's the limit for kids, there's also a climbing wall to further enhance fitness in a fun way. A 30-foot-high multilevel playground keeps heads in the clouds with 20 different obstacles as well as mazes, tubes, and slides. Kids even can climb a vertical tower to an enclosed sports complex. There, they play basketball and soccer 22 feet in the air. From there, kids can come to ground while not exactly coming back to Earth for the activity floor and space-quadrant laser maze. With views of all the action, the café provides parents respite with WiFi, pizza, hamburgers, salads, and LavAzza coffee.
99% of 89 customers recommend
“Bring socks for the entire family. It's fun for all. They do need to clean the facilities better but over great. Also should have staff willing to get on some of the...”
“Bring socks for the entire family. It's fun for all. They do need to clean the facilities better but over great. Also should have staff willing to get on some of the activities with the kiddies.”
“Make sure you bring socks. And a lock if you want to use one of the lockers they have available! Its a great fun place for the kids. Beats those jumping places.”
“The kids had a great time. Definitely recommend Funderdome. Remember your socks!”