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What You'll Get
Bounce houses provide an environmentally friendly way to burn youthful energy, unlike coal-powered swing sets. Encourage eco-conscious exuberance with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a five-visit pass to Leapin' Lizards (up to a $50 value), in West Palm Beach. The five-visit pass can be used by one child over multiple visits, or by a group of children during one visit.
Whether plunking out a tune on the musical instruments or ricocheting around bounce houses, children burn off energy and forge new neural pathways inside Leapin' Lizards' indoor playland of inflatable and interactive entertainments. Kids test Newton's theory, leaping skyward on trampolines, and develop motor skills in air-filled obstacle courses navigating around slides, hoops, and off-course Macy's Thanksgiving Parade balloons. In the aquarium-themed youngsters-only area, infants and toddlers can safely explore playground confines surrounded by plush bumpers. Hand-painted murals of elephants, giraffes, and birds inspire the imaginations of tykes as they gambol around the multitiered play house, raiding the dress-up area to don firefighter outfits for faux emergencies or pinstriped business suits to play a spirited game of jury selection.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate pass by 8/8/12, pass expires 60 days from activation date. Must sign waiver. Groupon may be split between people. Socks required. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Leapin' Lizards
The only exit from Leapin' Lizards' treehouse is down a slide, but those leaving fall only to a cushioned pile of stuffed jungle animals. Across the facility's indoor playgrounds, kids bounce on inflatable obstacles and test Newton's laws of motion on a tire swing. Other entertainment takes place in the music room, where they don costumes and belt out melodies or play musical instruments. A separate playroom for toddlers and infants displays walls hand-painted by a local artist to resemble a peaceful aquarium or terrifying dining room. Nearby, parents lounge at the café with a cup of coffee and access to free WiFi. They can also participate with their kids in the center's music and movement classes.