Physicists have determined that the best way to subdue wall-bouncing photons exhibiting wave-particle duality is to let them loose until they need a nap. Apply the latest scientific findings to your kid’s playtime with today’s deal: for $18, you get a play card for five open play admissions for one child (a $45 value) plus a $50 gift certificate toward a private party at The Playroom in Sherman Oaks. Open play hours run Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with private parties on the weekends.
A vibrant ecosystem of playhouses and numerous mirthful playthings greet energetic tots and their parents at The Playroom. Let youngsters five and under kick off their shoes and subject their nascent limbs and imaginations to the facility's clean, safe, and bouncy furnishings, which include a mini roller coaster, large bounce room, air-hockey table, rock wall, ball pit, a cavalcade of rideable toys, and a medical research laboratory. The friendly, nurturing staff is quick to ensure the kids' well-being and enjoyment and quick to repair a toy or mediate heated arguments about the likelihood of a Two and a Half Men movie.
The Playroom fills the void of a meeting place where whippersnappers can make friends with fellow gravity-defiant creatives in their age group. Present your Groupon and you'll also receive a $50 certificate toward a private-party package at The Playroom.
Nickelodeon Parents Connect and The Cradle Playroom both profiled The Playroom. Three Citysearchers give the business a perfect five-star average, and three Yahoo! Locals give it an average of 4.5 stars.
- The Playroom is the baby equivalent of the hottest club in town. There is no limit to the fun a child can have here--a mini roller coaster, bounce house, and ball pit are just a few of the highlights. – The Cradle, The Cradle Playroom
- Love this place!! I have been to other indoor playrooms, and this one is by far the CLEANEST!!! I also like that the eating area is separate & gated off from the play area - makes it easier to keep my son eating at the table without the distractions of the toys.. – Mel, Yahoo! Local, 2/14/2008