Tots scale play sets, bounce in inflatable jumpers, and dive into foam pits
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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for punch card good for 10 visits for children ages 2–5 or five visits for children ages 6 and older ($69.90 value)
- $95 for punch card good for 20 visits for children ages 2–5 or 10 visits for children ages 6 and older ($139.80 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May redeem across visits. Tax not included and is due at redemption. Children ages 6 and older, each visit counts double on the punch card, for children ages 2-5, it counts as a single visit. All passes valid for children ages 2 and older. Must activate voucher by the expiration date on your voucher. Valid only towards general admission; not valid for birthday parties or playgroups. Parents or legal guardians must sign waiver for children. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lost in Fun
Wooden picnic tables and park benches nestle against sky-blue walls and ceilings adorned with clouds, trees, and woodland creatures, including Lost in Fun's mascot, Scotty the Squirrel. Inside Lost in Fun's frolic-friendly environment, toddlers, kids, and teens navigate a variety of age-appropriate play areas. With the Mini Fun Pass, toddlers can waddle through play sets, bounce on inflatable jumpers, and fall safely through space in the foam pit before building ornate monuments with blocks and studying the laws of motion on the fun slides. Children of all ages dodge brilliant beams while maneuvering through the Lost Laser Temple, and older kids can use the Mega or Mini Fun Passes to access the indoor playground's attractions.
When energy wanes, staff members serve up snacks from a menu overflowing with pizza, burgers, chicken nuggets, and ice cream. Adults may enter and play for free or rest on Adirondack-style wooden chairs as they observe their children brachiating in their natural habitat.