Similar to deposed monarchs, children require supervision, enjoy playing dress-up, and never turn down an opportunity to fling their bodies against inflatable castles. Let kids thrive in their natural habitat with today's Groupon: for $26, you get five open-play admissions to Leapin' Lizards, located in West Palm Beach (up to a $53 value, including tax).
Leapin' Lizards provides a palace of themed playgrounds on which infants, toddlers, and fully sprouted kids up to 8 years of age can bounce and climb to their hearts’ content. This Groupon is good for an open-play session for different children over multiple visits or for one visit for up to five children, allowing kids to exhaust ample supplies of energy and rehearse imagined Doomsday scenarios in a variety of inflatable bounce structures, an indoor playground set, and different play areas stocked with toys. Especially wee ones can reenact the watery world of the womb in the baby aquarium, and lil’ Elizabethans can stage a stirring production of Titus Andronicus Jr. with the sundry dress-up supplies in the performance-friendly playrooms. Parents and newborns are not included in the five-max limit of the pass, and are admitted into the facility free of charge.
A trained supervisor is on hand in most areas to promote safe-play behavior, and parents can take advantage of free WiFi as they monitor their children from the vantage point of a comfortable seat or fully enclosed floating orb. Though not included with this Groupon, child-friendly snacks are available for purchase, and Leapin’ Lizards offers a full host of birthday-party options.
Since admission for the first child is normally $10, and admission for additional children is normally $5 each, customers will get the best value by bringing one child multiple times, rather than multiple children in one session.
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.