Physicists have determined that the best way to subdue wall-bouncing photons is to let them loose until they need a nap. Apply the latest scientific findings to your kid’s playtime with today’s deal: for $12, you get five open playtime sessions (a $35 value) at Jump N Jungle. This Groupon, which can be split between multiple children, is valid at Jump N Jungle's two area locations: the regular location on Geneva Avenue and the LiL Jungle in South Plains Mall.
Galactic-colored floors and high ceilings house a network of soft, cushy structures that effectively engage youngsters from their most explorative hands and feet to their innermost giggle-plexes. During open playtime, tots and their active elders can amble through a variety of play areas, including inflated jumpers, oversized slides, mind-tickling mazes, and a creative obstacle course riddled with modest physical challenges. To keep parent-child bonding and interactivity rates running high, most areas are scaled large enough for cross-generational playtime, and to ensure utmost safety, all areas are meticulously maintained, sanitized, and treated with cootie-shots regularly.
This Groupon is good for any open play session, including family night on Thursdays. Currently, open playtimes are scheduled mainly on weekdays in the morning and afternoon, with occasional open slots in the evening and on weekends, depending on private parties, events, and semi-secret stagings of Baby Geniuses by local thespians. For complete open playtime hours for both Jump N Jungle locations, click here.
Jump N Jungle
The family-owned Jump N Jungle entertains kids at its 10,500-square-foot Jump N Jungle. Along with a selection of slides, the climate-controlled play area enthralls youngsters with climbing structures, an inflatable shaped like a playful tiger lying on its back, and a bounce castle where kids learn to leap and play the lute simultaneously. In the summer, Jump N Jungle also hosts Summer camps where attendees play games, enjoy bounce time, and work on crafts and coloring projects.