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What You'll Get
Playtime gives children a welcome respite from the daily grind of selling life insurance to their action figures. Help your little nine-to-fivers let their hair down with today’s Groupon to Kidventurez in Wake Forest. Choose between the following options:
- For $6, you admission for two children (a $12 value).
- For $25, you get a 10-visit punch card (a $50 value).<p>
With six distinct play areas, Kidventurez encourages children to hone their creative skills as parents watch or participate in the fun. “Kids can go down a slide, make a craft, construct a tall building out of Legos or play house with the many household props,” says Midtown Raleigh News. Though available play areas occasionally rotate, some areas that children may encounter include Toddler Town, which entertains its newly perambulatory citizens, and Kenzie’s Kitchen, which inculcates tiny chefs into the culinary world. Cole’s Create It Corner forges artistic talents, and the Imagination Station and red barn playhouse inspire flights of fantasy. Alternatively, rising stars take the spotlight on the performing stage before a captive audience of parents, children, and diminutive A&R agents.
Though not included in this Groupon, Kidventurez also hosts private birthday parties. More information can be found by viewing Kidventurez’s frequently asked questions page or by peering into the ear of a nearby child.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. No limit per person for 2-admissions option. Limit 1 per person for 10-vist punch-card option. Must redeem in full by 12/4/12. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Kidventurez is a blank canvas where children's ideas spring to life. As the mind behind the creative space, owner Stephanie Walker used her own experience as a mother to concoct the facility. "I really love the whole concept of kids using their minds to play," she told Midtown Raleigh News.
Inside, pintsized visitors hop across various stations that spur ingenuity, such as the performing stage, where they can put on plays for friends, and Kenzie's Kitchen, where they can practice burning fake popcorn in a fake microwave. Smaller children enjoy the freedom of Toddler Town's scaled-down attractions, and parents, similarly, enjoy the freedom of either sitting back and watching playtime unfold or leaving for a short respite.