Get Air brings the backyard-trampoline experience indoors—and then takes it to the next level. Individually sewn trampolines cover thousands of square feet on the main court, sitting flat or at an angle to the wall. Visitors have ample room to bounce through the air or fling themselves into foam pits, all while cameras record and replay spectacular landings on flat screens. Their most recent addition is Get Air Archery Tag, similar to paintball with a bow and arrow. The arcades are no extra charge with admission ticket.
In addition to the open-jump areas, Get Air includes separate sections for trampoline dodgeball games and gravity-defying slam dunks on padded basketball hoops. Elsewhere, a slackline and a wobbly rope ladder challenge balance skills. Get Air even features a separate play area for small children, who safely bounce under the watchful eyes of their parents and NASA talent scouts.
The biggest decision kids will have to make at Billy Beez is what color slide to go down. Well, maybe not. After whizzing down one of six colored chutes on the Rainbow Slide, they'll have to decide what to do next: Take aim at their pals with the cannons in the ball pit? Invent wacky jumps on the trampolines? Or maybe run around on the astroturf soccer field? Of course, they'll want to do it all, which they can, thanks to open-play sessions that include access to the entire 26,000-square-foot play center. Grownups can get pumped about it, too, as Billy Beez offers supervised play time for up to two hours so that they can run errands, go on a date night, or dip into their kids' stash of fruit snacks.
Big Don is boredom's worst enemy. Located on a large chunk of land in Cicero, Big Don's Wild River Mini Golf wipes out monotony with nine different activities, including miniature golf on an 18-hole course that weaves
through a wilderness setting. Groups can trade in their golf clubs for laser tag guns and charge into battle in a 40,000-square-foot arena, or attempt to navigate through the 5,000-square-foot Amaze'n Maze without help from GPS systems or cars that can smell their way home. Even treasure hunters can get their fix while panning for gems in the facility's mining sluice or digging through sand for keepsakes such as fossils, seashells, and exotic coins.
Experience the beauty of culture offered within the walls of WonderWorks Syracuse in Syracuse.
It's certainly time you stopped reading about this park with its amazing restaurant and finally came in for a bite.
Having trouble finding that family-friendly activity everyone will love? This park is made for all ages, so little ones are welcome to come along, too.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
When you get the itch for some culture, stop by here and get your fix of great culture all weekend long.
Concealed by glowing dividers, combatants creep along the AstroTurf, hunting for a clear shot at an opponent's battle suit. Inside the 6,900-square-foot arena—one of the largest in Syracuse—lasers, black lights, and shadowy corners call to mind a real-life video game or a haunted discotheque. Skirmishes typically run for 15 minutes, pitting the red team and the green team against each other in a tactical contest. During cease-fires, laser combatants can fire quarters into an assortment of arcade games.
At Fun Junction, it's okay to battle with your friends—as long as you keep it inside the laser-tag arena. In fact, you can also battle it out with up to 42 strangers during intense games that unfold beneath glowing ultraviolet lights (hint: if you don't want to be easily spotted, don't wear a white shirt). High-octane music soundtracks the action as teammates hunt down opponents and attempt to deactivate their base. After the game, keep the competition going in the arcade.