Jumpin Jack & Jill fills its 2,500-square-foot floor with a medley of tot-friendly attractions anchored by three plush inflatables. The three bounce houses form a cushiony community in one corner of the floor, replete with a slide, an enclosed shelter for carefree jumping, and a tunnel for clandestine exchanges of action-figure hostages. An area reserved for toddlers facilitates more placid play with a simpler climbing toy that includes a slide and pirate ship. The space also encompasses an arcade area, a foosball table, and a vending machine for mid-play replenishment. As kids buzz through the fun center like juice-box-charged particles, parents can relax in the glow of a flat-panel TV, harness the waves of the complimentary wireless network or enjoy espresso and handmade Italian soda drinks. Jumpin Jack & Jill shutters its doors for private party packages and rents out bounce houses for at-home celebrations in customers' own yards.
The zombie apocalypse is nigh, and now is the time to prepare. At Puyallup Zombie Paintball and Haunted Experience, aspiring zombie hunters take position on a hay-hauling truckbed, laying claim to one of the paintball markers mounted on the perimeter. As the truck treks through the haunted grounds on a 20-acre loop, players take aim at the hordes of undead, practicing for the day zombies actually do pass through town.
For nearly a century, painter Fred Oldfield has embodied the spirit of the American West. After spending his early life as a cowhand on the Yakima Indian Reservation, Oldfield translated this innate connection with the Pacific Northwest into colorful, iconic paintings that hang in galleries around the world. Today, at the Fred Oldfield Western Heritage & Art Center, the next generation of Oldfield's disciples carry on his mission to honor the traditions of the West through classes and exhibitions.
Eye Catcher: The Washington state history exhibit immerse visitors in a bygone era with a reconstructed cabin, bunkhouse, chuck wagon, and more.
Permanent Mainstay: The center's gallery contains a rotating collection of Oldfield's paintings, as well as more than 20 murals depicting the traditions of western Native American tribes.
Special Programs: The center hosts art classes for kids and adults, with lessons on painting, drawing, and sculpting.
Don't Miss: The center's collection of Native American basketry, which encompasses delicate designs from throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Skate Tiffany's! Roller Skating & Family Fun Center exudes so much fun that it was used in a commercial for an Xbox 360 video game. After a quick look at the recently renovated rink, that's not so surprising: colorful bulbs fan out neatly from the center of the ceiling, with paper lanterns and LED lights also glimmering down onto the shiny hardwood floor. A brand new JumboTron TV playing sporting events hangs from the center of the skating floor which skaters whiz past on their quad or inline skates.
Between laps around the floor, groups can catch their breath in the arcade or fuel up in the snack bar, where the menu includes Hebrew National hot dogs, soft pretzels, and whatever else it is that roller skates like to eat. Tiffany's is also prime real estate for parties, as the staff often customizes packages for kids' birthdays, corporate events, and school field trips.
An Xbox 360 console, a 40-inch high-definition television, and a surround-sound headset: all of this is yours alone at PLAYlive's individual gaming stations. But that doesn't mean each round of gaming has to be a solitary affair. The gaming center hosts parties and weekly tournaments, too, pitting players against each other in live contests with titles such as Call of Duty and NBA2K. For members, the lounge even hosts monthly mixers where gamers can participate in mini tournaments or debate which Mario brother made their mother prouder. Beyond its comfy lounge, PLAYlive can enrich your gaming experience with its shop that specializes in repairing Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Wii consoles.
Whether you love thrillers or romantic comedies, Regal South Hill Cinema 6 in Puyallup has a movie in theaters for you to enjoy.
What's a fine theater without fine dining to accompany it? Be sure to pick up a tasty meal when you visit their great restaurant.
Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly activities at this theater just as much as mom and dad.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Regal South Hill Cinema 6 puts the magic back in movies. Come have a night to remember.