Playtime gives children a welcome respite from the daily grind of selling life insurance to their action figures. Help your little nine-to-fivers let their hair down with this Groupon.
Choose Between Three Options
$20 for a pass valid for 5 visits (a $45 value) $35 for a pass valid for 10 visits (a $90 value) $50 for $150 toward a private party
During open play, shoeless tykes romp through colorful, deep-sea-themed play areas and clamber across jungle-gym equipment. The indoor fun park has gear designed for various age groups, including a baby corner, a toddler swing, and educational activities for older children. Infants aged 9 months and younger and adults are admitted free of charge.
In addition to open play, the playground also host private parties, helping pint-sized revelers live out their undersea fantasies. Parents select from four pre-planned packages; the 3 Star package ($399 for up to 15 kids) covers a two-hour bash complete with party assistants and face painting, and serves as the basis for expanded offerings that go all the way to the Platinum Star package ($639 for up to 20 kids), which tuckers kids out with a treasure hunt, games, and a costumed character before refreshing them with treats including pizza, cake, and party favors.
Under the Sea Indoor Playground
Promoting positive socials skills through gleeful play, Under the Sea Indoor Playground, named one of the area's best indoor play spaces by CBS Los Angeles, gives kids a colorful landscape of obstacles, toys, and floor-to-ceiling murals to play in. Throughout the three locations, youngsters of various ages ramble through soft-padded activities such as the soft moon bounce, or exorcise pent-up energy scaling the sea castle. Meanwhile, parents and guardians can watch proudly from nearby seating or join in and challenge children to good-willed games of foosball. For younger children, Under the Sea turns down the tempo of play with a soft baby corner, toddler swing, and learning-oriented play equipment. Under the Sea is designed to help develop social skills, coordination, and self-esteem with a colorful cast of painted octopi, mermaids, and sea monkeys mistaking the playground's yellow slides for sea bananas.