Children prefer modern amusement parks to their historic counterparts: drainage basins whose only diversion was many, many snakes. Hiss in delight with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for one Extreme Adventure wristband for unlimited fun-park rides and one ride on the zipline, valid any day (a $38 value)
- $19 for one Extreme Adventure wristband for unlimited fun-park rides and one ride on the zipline, valid Sunday–Friday (a $38 value)
The Groupon includes access to all attractions except token-operated games and the speed boats. Click here to see a list of valid rides.
Odyssey Fun Farm
Odyssey Fun World's attractions aren't confined to its 45,000 square feet of indoor games and rides—they also sprawl across 11 acres in the fresh air. Inside, a ferris wheel, bumper cars, and a roller coaster host both kids and adults, and more than 250 arcade games and a laser-tag arena foster friendly competition. The indoor Gamers Lounge allows youngsters to practice their PS4 and XBox One skills, while kids up to 10 years old fling themselves into ball pits, slip down slides, or dispute the physics behind make-believe-ore extraction in tunnels at the four-story Exploration Adventure play structure.
The Tinley Park location also boasts the fall-activities hub known as Odyssey Fun Farm. The farm, which is located across the street from the main park, includes a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and a 5-acre courtyard filled with activities such as pig races and a petting zoo.
Outside, at the Naperville location, the staff keeps the Kidz Adventure Park's inflatable bounce houses and slides properly puffed. At the Tinley Park location, they pretend to manicure the faux turfs of two 18-hole mini-golf courses, including one that's wheelchair accessible. Their bumper boats encourage friendly jostling, but the speedboats—limited to drivers aged 16 and older with a driver's license—are all about crossing the finish line first. As trips down the zipline peak adrenaline and appetites, Chipper's Cafe counters hunger with pizza, wings, and burgers.