Now that Earth plans to cut its energy bill by having daylight only on Wednesdays, humanity will need to adapt to endless night if it's to keep owls from stealing all the jobs and delicious mice. Start building up your glow-in-the-dark vision with today's Groupon: for $8, you get a Super Combo pass for one, including 20 arcade tokens to Belmont Park (a $20 value) on Mission Boulevard.
Belmont Parks shoos away boredom with a number of gravity-defying attractions and black-lit activities. Super Combo–pass holders can show off putting skills and tooth whiteness in the darkly luminous Pirates of Belmont Glow-in-the-Dark Miniature Golf course. Afterward, partake in unlimited excursions through the 1960's-themed Magical Mystery Mirror Maze, a neon-colored labyrinth filled with era-appropriate music and an animatronic Lyndon B. Johnson. Afterward, patrons can practice their security-evasion skills in the Vault Laser Maze Challenge or navigate the high-swinging Sky Ropes Adventure.
While resting tired climbing muscles or overworked putters, interface with a few electronic fun-creators with 20 Belmont Park–arcade tokens. Players can thrash a button-festooned ax on Guitar Hero, or earn a cache of tickets from a plethora of play-to-win games to purchase sugary treats or noise-making trinkets. Groupon customers can purchase an unlimited number of today's offer, enabling lone wolves, intimate duos, and large groups of visiting Russian dignitaries to enjoy the park festivities.
Although Belmont Park has changed shape and modernized since opening in the 1920s, surviving vintage attractions such as the Giant Dipper roller coaster stand as fun reminders of the park's family-friendly roots. Additionally, patrons can practice their security-evasion skills by navigating the high-swinging Sky Ropes Adventure. While resting tired climbing muscles, guests can interface with a few electronic fun-creators with Belmont Park–arcade swipe cards. Players can earn a cache of tickets from a plethora of play-to-win games to purchase sugary treats or noise-making trinkets. Once adrenaline glands have been depleted, visitors can indulge in the park's numerous additional amenities, such as dining areas and beach-themed shops.
3146 Mission Blvd.
San Diego, California 92109