Fun parks offer activities for everyone in the family: children ride go-karts, parents gamble on mini golf, and teenagers grapple with the cyclical pattern of desire and consumption in Pac-Man. Have fun near your family with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $7 for an all-day, unlimited-use wristband for one and 15 arcade tokens (up to a $24.95 value)
- $29 for all-day, unlimited-use wristbands for five and 15 arcade tokens per person (up to a $124.75 value)
Wristbands are valid for all rides, miniature golf, and roller-skating with a skate rental. Children aged 3 or younger receive free admission with a paying adult.
Though this merchant sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
The Hollywood Connection
Bumper cars collide, mini roller coasters swerve along tracks, and tubes weave around slides at a soft play area inside The Hollywood Connection's 160,000-square-foot facility. Roller or inline skates glide to pop and rock tunes in a rink illumined with cyber lights and IntelliBeam, and the laser-tag arena glows in neon paint, black lights, and fireflies that carry demands across enemy lines. Elsewhere, golf balls tumble down greens toward 18 holes with themes such as the Old West, an underwater cove, and the prehistoric era. An arcade hosts more than 100 driving, racing, and combat-simulator video games, and a 15-screen Carmike Ritz movie theater treats up to 2,000 viewers to new releases on digital, 3-D-capacity screens. Visitors can reenergize between attractions with popcorn or snow cones from the snack stand (open Friday–Sunday), nab cones from the ice-cream parlor, and shape stacks of nachos into pompadours at the '50s-themed diner.
89% of 695 customers recommend
“It was a fun day a few things were out of order but a good value for a day of fun some areas were a little to hot”
“Great pricing,phone app doesn't work that good but over all good service..”
“Took all the grandkids to have a fun day. It was awesome everybody had a GREAT time nobody wanted to leave!”