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What You'll Get
Some of the best children's rides only go round and round, like the Ferris Wheel or the Lazy Susan you hooked up to a lawnmower engine. Go for a spin with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $7 for one day of unlimited rides (up to a $14.95 value)
- $12 for one day of unlimited rides and a multicolored LED wand or lightsaber (up to a $24.95 total value)
Each wristband pass is valid for one child, age 10 or younger. Children must be able to walk, sit up, and hold on without assistance. Adults older than 18 and less than 150 pounds can ride the teacup ride or Ferris wheel for free with a paying child. Customers may buy multiple Groupons.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiples. Valid only for option purchased. All children must meet age, weight, and mobility guidelines to go on rides. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lollipop Park Children's Indoor Amusement Park
At Lollipop Park Children's Indoor Amusement Park kids ricocheting around the bounce house don't have to set foot on solid ground until they're good and ready. That's because the indoor amusement park doesn't impose a time limit—on rides or the length of birthday parties. Kids ages 10 and younger are free to stay on the Ferris wheel for dozens of ascents or whirl around the carousel until they figure out which horse is the fastest. Of course, these are just two of the rides in the park's collection. Spinning teacups, a train, whip ride, and suspended swings all thrill their riders, and entry wristbands entitle everyone to unlimited go-rounds.
For more than 30 years, Lollipop Park Children's Indoor Amusement Park has served as a beacon of relaxed fun, and its longstanding commitment to young smiles is evident in the thousands of grateful letters on display from children's charities that have received contributions from the park. A snack bar divvies up pizza and drinks for lunch breaks, while a lollipop stand harkens back to the golden age of carnivals.