$50 for one kids’ membership package for any age/height ($90 value)
- Driver’s Permit with picture
- 70 Credits
- Credits can be used for arcades and/or driving time
- Membership packages allows kids over 57” tall to drive smart cars
Two different car sizes are available for kids ages 3–9—Tiny and Booster. The Tiny cars hold kids at least 3 years old and shorter than 45 inches tall. The Booster cars hold kids taller than 45 inches and up to 57 inches. Kids and teens taller than 57 inches operate the smart cars.
To get access to the advanced Traffic Track and drive the smart cars, drivers must be at least 9 years old and at least 57 inches tall. They must pass the Traffic Test 101 and take a driving-simulator test. Once they past the tests, they get access to the smart cars and advanced track, where an instructor will guide them until they are ready to drive on their own. The advanced Traffic Track has road signs, two-way streets, and traffic cops, who ensure drivers follow the safety rules and guidelines they learned in the classroom.
Admission to Tiny Towne is free, but cars operate on credits. Read the FAQs to see how many credits driving, arcade games, and train rides cost.
Friday: 11AM-9PM Saturday: 10AM-9PM Sunday: 11AM-7PM
Tiny Towne is any little kid's dream village: the year-round temperature is a balmy 72–78 degrees, the skies are always free of clouds, and they're the ones in the driver's seat. At Tiny Towne, the philosophy is that no child is too young to learn the rules of the road. Here, in a 36,000-square-foot facility, kids ages 3–16 take the wheel in a real-life video game, cruising down streets in scaled-down cars. But instead of going on a joyride to the nearest toy store, little drivers must obey all traffic signs and signals, especially if they want to move up a level. Drivers make their way through three such levels by displaying proper driving skills, completing tests on the high-tech touch-screen computers, and participating in traffic-safety educational programs.
As their kids drive, parents can stroll through the town or observe from an umbrella-shaded table on the balcony. Nearby, a train that offers little kids rides circles the town and goes through a tunnel. After driving on the tracks or riding the train, kids can join their families in Tiny Towne's restaurant for a bite to eat and then head to the Carcade to play a few games.