All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.
Reviewed December 19, 2015
Reviewed December 18, 2015
Reviewed December 17, 2015
What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $18 for two 90-minute jump passes ($33 value)
- $34 for four 90-minute jump passes ($66 value)
- $49 for six 90-minute jump passes ($99 value)
- $159 for The Factory Basic Birthday Party for up to 10 people, valid Thursday or Friday ($245value)
Basic birthday parties welcome up to 10 guests, and include:
One hour of jump time, or three trips to the laser tag arena
One hour of party room rental
A party hostess to assist with set-up and clean-up
Party goods, including plates, napkins, utensils, cups, and table coverings
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 15, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Jump Passes are for walk-in customers only. Passes may be shared, but must be used in one visit. Party option valid for Thursday or Friday parties. Reservation required for Birthday Party Option. Not valid for existing party reservations. Taxes not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Factory
Jim Brown built The Factory in the 1980s. Back then, it was a literal, industrial factory, complete with forklifts, assembly lines, and workers. Jim's son Dan carried on in his father's footsteps, building industrial sites of his own. However, when his dad's first factory space came back on the market, Dan purchased it with an entirely different sort of business in mind. With the help of his daughter (and Jim's granddaughter), Dan revamped the space into a haven for energetic and adventurous kids. Today, it's still a factory, but one that produces fun.
Inside this thriving post-industrial play space, kids of all ages burn off excess energy with the help of safe, fun activities. Under the watchful eye of hulking statues built from reclaimed materials, kids bounce on wall-to-wall trampolines, soaring into foam pits or playing rounds of air dodgeball as they leap. They also play arcade games set beneath geometric neon lights, a retro futuristic touch that adds a touch of whiz-bang energy to each round. On the house laser tag set, youngsters shoot laser beams at invading robot-aliens, fending them like the finest video game warriors or pest control experts from the year 3030.