Kids Activities in Morrisville


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  • PlayNation Parties & Playgrounds of Morrisville
    Youngsters bound across a sea of slides and playground equipment spread across the 6,500-square-foot indoor oasis at PlayNation Parties & Playgrounds of Morrisville. Rescue play time from the evil grips of rain, cold weather, and homework taped to meteorites by heading indoors for uninterrupted fun during open-play hours?Tuesday?Friday afternoons and select times on weekends. Kids burn energy as they climb on wooden playsets and rock walls, hang around on tire swings, and jump to their heart's content in a bouncy castle. Wee little ones can toddle around Breckenridge Village, a separate play area with two wooden playhouses designed specifically for pint-size citizens. Admission transfers a full day of action to each child, and punch cards can cover a single child for multiple visits or a herd of wild things for a single day. While the kids are at play, adults relax in PlayNation's two parent lounges, which come equipped with flat-screen TVs, comfy seats, and a Wii gaming station. The sheltered playground floods every chamber with light so parents can clearly pick out their progeny. It also sports a colorful foam floor to help prevent boo-boos resulting from tiny tumbles or attempts to stage a children's production of Cliffhanger.
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    300 Dominion Dr
    Morrisville, NC US
  • Camp Awesome!
    Unlike rival camps, Camp Mediocre and Camp All I Did Was Make Macaroni Necklaces, Camp Awesome sends kids on fun, educational adventures to learn about the state government, animals, art, and science. Ferried around by coach bus, campers flit from site to site, giving them something to write about in essays about their summer vacations. Read on to learn more about the camp: Dates: July 20?24 from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Transportation: Luxury coach buses equipped with AC What to do on the bus besides sing "Wheels on the Bus": Watch G-rated movies Campers shouldn't forget: Their lunches, drinks, and snacks What to ask while visiting the USS North Carolina: "Is your battleship at B-6?" Things to ponder on the ride home: What's more wet?the fish at the North Carolina Aquarium or a bunch of kids at Wet'n Wild Emerald Pointe Water Park? What souvenirs to pick up at the state capitol: Tips for a class-president campaign
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    124 High House Road
    Cary, NC US
  • Polar Ice House
    Flakes of ice float through the frosty air, twinkling in the light. Rosy-cheeked children skate across the glittery ice, clutching their parents' gloved hands and shrieking gleefully. Though it seems as though it belongs in the pages of a winter fairy tale, this is the scene of a typical August afternoon at Polar Ice House. The hot summer sun burns brightly outside, but the temperature inside the vast indoor ice rink remains a brisk 45 degrees. Although the wintry conditions make the rink a less than ideal venue for a bikini fashion show, the cold environment is perfect for the skating lessons, hockey games, and public-skating and hockey sessions that the rink hosts year-round. The center's attentive instructors lead students of all ages and experience levels through fundamental skating skills, progressing to advanced techniques, such as jumping, spinning, and karate chopping aggressive abominable snowmen, once students have mastered the basics.
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    1410 Buck Jones Rd
    Cary, NC US
  • Monkey Joe's Raleigh
    Each of the Monkey Joe's bounce houses and fun parks located in 17 states draws its inspiration from its eponymous mascot. Legend has it that the furry purple monkey discovered bouncing by accidentally falling out of a coconut tree, and he decided then and there to spread the fun with inflatable bounce houses and obstacles, slides, and jungle gyms. Kids aged 12 and younger can split their time among the inflatable play center, and toddlers aged 3 and younger seek binky-laden treasure chests in special play areas. With an eye toward sanitation, the staffers oversee regular wipe-downs with Swisher Hygiene formulas. They also host parties, where video monitoring and identity bracelets keep track of guests to ensure safety.
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    1741 Walnut Street
    Cary, NC US
  • Buffaloe Lanes
    Buffaloe Lanes facilitates retro entertainment by offering open bowling, leagues for all ages, and arcade games. Each lane boasts bumper capabilities, which makes games easier for younger bowlers or those with oval-shaped bowling balls. Bowlers can also host parties at Buffaloe Lanes, during which groups gather in one of the private rooms to unwrap presents and sing to cakes before eating them. The smoke-free and alcohol-free facilities also host snack bars with soft drinks and concessions.
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    151 High House Rd
    Cary, NC US

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