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What You'll Get
Without exercise, children will never build the strength to cut their own sandwich crusts or throw each other onto the roof to retrieve their Frisbees. Foster childhood vigor with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for five general-admission visits (a $40 value)
- $69 for a two-hour birthday party for up to eight children (a $150 value)
General-admission visits grant access to three indoor playrooms, including two chock full of inflatables and one where a four-story playscape beckons with slides and tunnels. For wee ones, a toddler room entertains with games suitable for miniature minds and bodies. Birthday parties include 80 minutes of free play in the above spaces for all guests. Afterwards, kids convene for 40 minutes in a private party room where the birthday child receives a T-shirt, jump pass, and group photo. All cups, plates, and candles are included in the package, and parties may bring their own cakes, but no other food, drinks, or balloons are permitted. Adults are regularly admitted to the facility for free with their children.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Leapin' Lizards
Within Leapin' Lizards' 20,000-square-foot funscape, kids release pent-up energy as they trample across three rooms of inflatable slides, houses, and a bungee trampoline. Rambunctious, sock-clad tykes crawl through tunnels in a four-story playscape, zip down a 20-foot Kraken (from Pirates of the Caribbean) slide, or conquer an obstacle course. In a girls-only room, the staff treat guests like princesses, beautifying hair, nails, and faces amidst dancing, singing, and modeling for photo ops. Elsewhere, younger kids play in a toddler room, and birthday kids call celebrations together in themed party rooms, bedecked with an enchanted landscape or castle imagery to make the guest of honor feel like a monarch, demanding that each partygoer surrender a portion of their crop yield to the royal family.