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What You'll Get
Indoor playgrounds are free from outdoor playgrounds’ common nuisances, such as lunch-stealing ducks and banner planes advertising nearby candy sales. Gift your kids distraction-free play with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get an open gym pass good for 10 sessions of equipment-assisted fun (up to a $70 value) at Romp n' Roll in Lynchburg.
Romp n’ Roll is a brightly lit, indoor funscape designed to let kids flex or fill their monthly bounce quota. Visit during open gym to get a taste of Romp n’ Roll’s cardio-friendly and gravity-hostile atmosphere, where kids come to swing, roll, and bound their way to happiness while learning vital cooperation, hand-eye coordination, and balance skills. Cushy, candy-colored surfaces tempt toddlers and preschoolers alike to teeter along balance beams and hop on mini trampolines without risk of scraped knees or falling on the dog, while moveable play pieces encourage collaboration in creating fitness-filled wonderlands.
Today's Groupon can be used for multiple children at one time. Open gym welcomes fun-lovers each weekday for two to three hours at a time. Check the schedule for times, and scope their facebook page for specially added sessions.
Open gym is free for currently enrolled members of Romp n' Roll.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 9, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Romp n' Roll
Romp n' Roll’s energetic instructors inspire parents and children alike to get on their feet and learn in structured play-based educational classes. In small groups, kiddies engage with their peers and their environment during interactive lessons, such as dancing sessions or art explorations, which nurture their physical and mental development. Instructors keep their lessons lively by infusing play into each assignment. Outside the classroom, the staff hosts indoor play time to give kids a place to safely unleash any remaining energy. Parents can attend classes with their kids to spend quality time with their offspring and finger-paint something other than office budget reports.