Familial bonds deepen through shared experience, which is why families should camp, ski, and pretend to read together. Straitjacket your loved ones into family fun with today's Groupon: for $7, you get a $15 fun card good at TreeTop Family Adventure on Dunnavant Valley Road just off Highway 280.
TreeTop Family Adventure squishes families together into single fun-loving units with four acres of outdoor play and 18,000 square feet of indoor attractions. Professional landscapers designed the 18-hole Pine Falls miniature golf course ($4 for 3- to 6-year-olds, $7 for 7-year-olds and up) to distract putters with a waterfall, stream, and salmon hatchery. The Chelsea Speedway ($7 for a single ride, $8.50 for a double ride, go-kart driver must be at least 56" tall) lets tightly wound tots relieve their competitive energies, and Water Wars ($4 per bucket) challenges participants to hit the target over an opponent's head, drenching said adversary in three gallons of water and an incalculable amount of shame. Inside, children occupy their fidgety digits at TreeTop Clubhouse ($4), a three-story indoor playground inhabited by friendly apes and toddlers roaming the toddler area. More box-encased recreation includes Space Station laser tag ($7), Highway 66 mini bowling lanes, and Lazer Frenzy laser maze.
TreeTop Family Adventure also boasts one of Birmingham’s largest redemption arcades and prize centers. Families can feast on fresh pizza, hamburgers, hot dogs, french fries, and more at the TreeTop Café. Kids who lost a pet rock can replace it at Animaland, where 20 stuffed animals ($11.95) wait to be dressed in an outfit ($6.95) before enjoying the ride to their new home.
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Treetop Family Adventure
A go-kart track winds riders around hairpin turns surrounded by trees while a stream gurgles through a professionally landscaped 18-hole mini golf course. Nearby, water balloons arc through the air, splashing into opposing bases and drenching the battlers within. But outside isn’t the only fun spot at Treetop Family Adventure. Inside, children navigate a maze of trip lasers, blast each other with beams and Han Solo quotes in neon-lit, space-themed corridors, and hone their hand-eye coordination on arcade games. At all the attractions, they run and laugh, burning off the energy they’ve built up from hours spent at home. The tiniest of them, aged 10 and younger, can even clamber around in the giant tree that stands as the centerpiece of an indoor playground or enjoy a separate play area for toddlers and teddy bears working on their tea etiquette.