Without indoor play, children are forced to endure sunburns, mosquito bites, and the tragic realization that snowmen don’t migrate for the summer. Shelter kids with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$20 for unlimited play and a game of laser tag for two (a $39.96 value)
$40 for play and laser tag for four (a $79.92 value)
$60 for play and laser tag for six (a $119.88 value) <p>
Each person gets the following:
- An unlimited-play wristband for access to slides, an interactive obstacle course, mini golf, bull riding, and a children’s train (a $12.99 value each)
- A pass for a game of laser tag (up to a $6.99 value each)
Party Time Palace
Spread across 20,000 square feet of indoor attractions, Party Time Palace immerses visitors in wall-to-wall indoor entertainment. Slides, bouncing inflatable walks, and obstacle courses let guests frolic on soft terrain, and a mechanical bull housed in a padded pen provides a gentle thrill. Guests can also hone hand-eye coordination with Guitar Hero and ticket-redemption games at the video arcade. A Chicago-themed nine-hole mini-golf course evokes city landmarks with holes depicting Wrigley Field and the spot where Daniel Burnham designed the first deep-dish pizza. In the Creative Works urban-themed laser-tag arena, players duck behind barriers painted to resemble iron girders and concrete slabs in between strobing lights and laser blasts. Though guests can explore the indoor play arena freely, the staff also organizes birthday parties to give players a loosely structured agenda.
“Relax and enjoy! If you need anything, just ask the staff. They are a great team, very helpful and friendly and professional. Thanks for a great time”
“My boys had a nice time. They are 14. Most of the activities were for younger kids but they still enjoyed themselves. The laser tag was a big hit. ”
“I went because of the laser tag. My 6 year old and his friend were a little young for it and really just enjoyed the video games, but I would go back when they are a...”
“I went because of the laser tag. My 6 year old and his friend were a little young for it and really just enjoyed the video games, but I would go back when they are a little older. My three year old enjoyed the rest of the facility.”