Redeemed May 27, 2016
Redeemed July 2, 2015
Redeemed June 10, 2015
What You'll Get
Boasting 3,300 square feet of indoor, air-conditioned play space, Play Plus for Kids encourages little ones from 9 months to 9 years old to explore their creativity through active adventures. Within the parent-supervised play palace, kids tunnel through three tree-house play climbers, an inflatable bounce house, and the Trea-Saur Island sand room, an ocean-themed shipwreck room. Kids can blow bubbles of all shapes and sizes in an under-the-sea-themed room before putting together puzzles or making pretend meals in a mini kitchen. Meanwhile, an exclusive toddler and infant play zone keeps the tiniest cruisers safe and sound. During all boundless romps, kids freely and safely interact through imaginative play while parents relax or chat with friends. Optimal for rainy and hot days, Play Plus for Kids is an active alternative to watching television or playing video games. Check in advance to verify open play hours.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 18, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate by 3/18/12, pass expires 1 month from activation date. Must sign waiver. Must be between 9 months and 9 years old. Not valid toward enrichment programs. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Play Plus for Kids
For busy mom Erin Phelan, owning a children’s play center blends personal and professional pursuits. Because she believes that storytelling and imaginary play develops essential skills, she has made both core foundations of her space. When the Play Plus for Kids owner comes to work, her youngster often tags along with her, zigzagging through the facilities during open-play time and exploring the indoor treehouse or bounce house alongside other inquisitive tots. Phelan's facility, which brims with opportunities for imaginative play, helps parents encourage their little ones to step away from the video-game controllers or tax audit forms in favor of hands-on recreation.