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What You'll Get
Physicists have determined that the best way to subdue wall-bouncing photons is to let them loose until they need a nap. Apply the latest scientific findings to your kid’s playtime with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of games, fare, and bumper cars at Funstation JR (formerly Zoinks) on Village Square Boulevard. This Groupon can be used at one time or over multiple visits, and whole families can share the pass.
Named Best Place to Take the Kids in 2008, 2009, and 2010 by Tallahassee magazine, Funstation JR proffers family festivities with bouncing houses for ages 1–12 ($4 for all-day jumping pass), a designated toddler room for nonbouncing babes, and an adult area with flat screen HDTVs, complimentary computers, WiFi, and comfortable seats to have existential debates with. Bumper cars are available for simulating road rage ($3/person), arcade games provide an opportunity to work out lazy thumbs ($10/48 tokens, $20/$100 tokens), and Hungry Howie's pizza provides bounce-fueling sustenance ($5.99). With safety as a top priority, parents can rest assured their kids are partaking in activities as safe as they are giggle inducing. Socks are required for children to bounce in, and a waiver must be signed for each individual before playtime.
Talahassee magazine named Funstation JR Best Place to Take the Kids in 2008, 2009, and 2010.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Valid for children ages 1-12. Guardian must complete a safety waiver for each child. Not valid toward parties. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fun Station Jr.
Fun Station Jr. assembles playful activities geared to ages 1–12 in a wonderland voted Tallahassee magazine's Best Place to Take the Kids from 2007 to 2010 under the facility's old moniker, Zoinks. Technicolor arcade games trumpet winners of plush plunder, and bumper cars slap sides in rubbery high-fives. An inflatable bounce area draws excess energy from sock-footed youths, and a concession stand serves trail mix, bottled water, and slices of pizza to replenish empty fuel tanks.
Staff members prioritize safety in conjunction with fun, fitting groups with matching wristbands to help them to stay together and dedicating an area to toddlers who intimidate older children by claiming to be dinosaurs. In a separate lounge, adults rest in comfortable chairs during breaks from friendly competition to catch up on work with complimentary WiFi or to watch what's playing on high-definition TVs.