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What You'll Get
Because children shape the future, exposure to jungle gyms ensures that kids will grow up to invent giant slide highways to commute to their jobs at the ball pit. Teach the future about fun with this Groupon.
$5 for One Safari Play Pass at Indoor Safari Park ($9.99 Value)
- One safari-train ride
- One robotic-animal ride
- Unlimited access to jungle gyms, soft play area, and hands-on play center
- $1 additional fee for each accompanying adult
Indoor Safari Park is designed for children 6 months old to 8 years old. Visit the website for operating and holiday hours. Mini golf can be added to this deal for an additional $3.50 per person for a single round, or $4.99 per person for unlimited access.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 8, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Limit 4 per visit, 1 per child per visit. Advance notice required for groups of 5 or more kids. Parental supervision required. Must sign waiver. Socks required. No outside food or drinks. Valid only at Flower Mound location. Mini-golf and Monkey Jump tickets may be purchased for an extra fee. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Extra $1 fee for accompanying adults. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Indoor Safari Park
Indoor Safari Park embodies childhood dreams of the Serengeti with a varicolored landscape of tropical murals, plush jungle creatures, and both educational and entertaining activities. Cerebral toys teach little tykes the basics of numbers and colors, and wooden train sets review the basic origins of interstate commerce. Around the facility, mechanical elephants and zebras trot through a safe indoor jungle beneath giggling children, and a kid-size, primary-colored train chugs to life around a palm-flanked track. On an obstacle-flecked mini-golf course, prehistoric creatures guard the borders of each pin and avoid the ball pits that colorfully resemble the meteorites of their ancestors' demise. Age limits become obsolete with a specific play area for toddlers.