What You'll Get
Fun park visits are a good way to burn time you would have otherwise spent staring into space or teaching your children manners. Get busy with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for two Halloween Fun House day passes (an $83.40 total value)
- $75 for four Halloween Fun House day passes (a $166.80 total value)
Passes are valid during the month of October. Each pass includes the following:
- Admission (an $11.70 value)
- Two ride tickets (a $6 value)
- 20 tokens (a $5 value)
- Slice of pizza (a $2.50 value)
- Beverage (a $2 value)
- Ice cream (a $2.50 value)
- Face painting (a $10 value)
- 100 prize tickets (a $2 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Not valid until 10/1/2013. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kid Zone
As kids caper about in a world of rides, games, and playground equipment at Kid Zone, their parents can rest assured knowing that the amusement emporium was built from the ground up to safely accommodate them in areas divided by age group. Among the indoor playground's attractions, toddlers enjoy exclusive access to their own padded play area, complete with a playhouse and kid-size construction vehicles. In the play station that's governed by specially trained safety staff, kids aged 1–8 clamber up padded ramps, careen down six slides, and plunge into the ball pit, which is sanitized regularly to keep bacteria and the purple cooties at bay. The arcade houses numerous ticket-earning diversions, including skee ball and basketball shooting, and siblings can settle rivalries while competing in games of air-hockey or on the twisty lanes of slot-car racing.
Kid Zone caters to adults as well, welcoming them to put their feet up when not cheering for their kids as they conquer slides or tour the facilities on the train ride. In addition to a menu of snacks, the café offers a vantage point for parents to keep an eye on their brood while building sculptures out of their mozzarella sticks.