San Diego Kids Expo

2260 Jimmy Durante Boulevard, Del Mar

$18 for 2 Adult Admissions with Activities at the San Diego Kids Expo & Fair April 26–27 ($36 Value)

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Highlights

Children and adults bond over indoor-outdoor activities such as zip-lines, paintball, and live kid-focused shows on four stages

About This Deal

Even today, the magic of a marionette can inspire a child to grow up to be a puppeteer or a tiny actor made of wood. Feel child-like wonder with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • $18 for two adult admissions, two attraction tickets, and two inflatable jumpie wristbands ($36 value)

With their two attraction tickets, guests can choose from the following options: Zip Line, Water Rollers, Coconut Climb, Paintball, or Body Bubbles. The event runs Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27; hand stamps grant admission to both days. Admission (not including activity tickets) is free for children age 12 and younger—see the FAQ to help plan your visit.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Apr 27, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Individual rides are subject to availability. Valid from 4/26 - 4/27. Kids under 12 are free. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About San Diego Kids Expo

Children tucked inside giant plastic hamster balls giggle as they roll across the water. Meanwhile, teens fly down zip-lines and play paintball matches. Also have a batting cage and live animals and electric trains and slot cars. You'll find all this and more at the sprawling San Diego Kids Expo & Fair on the Del Mar Fairgrounds. In keeping with the event's mission to highlight local kid-friendly businesses, many of these activities are organized by area merchants. Military-grade laser tag games and a rock-climbing wall, among other attractions, beckon visitors of all ages to lose themselves in child-like wonder and the hope that maybe the lawn will eventually just mow itself.

Besides activities, the expo hall houses about 150 exhibitors. In rows of booths, dance teachers, soccer coaches, and local chefs each discuss their craft. The focus on childhood health and education also extends to four performance stages, which become stomping grounds for martial-arts demonstrations and kid-friendly musical acts. Through this twice-a-year celebration, the expo aims to raise awareness (and funds) for local music and arts programs.