Kids Activities in Raleigh, NC


2, 5, or 10 Play Passes, or a Jumping Jubilee Party for Up to 24 at Monkey Joe's (Up to 48% Off). 7 Options.

Monkey Joe's

Northwest Raleigh

Partygoers or playmates enjoy Indoor playground with slides, obstacle courses, bounce houses, and separate toddler play area playground

$10.99 $6

$13 for Bowling with Shoe Rental for Two at Buffaloe Lanes Family Bowling Centers (Up to $24.50 Value)

Buffaloe Lanes

Multiple Locations

Classic lanes host bowling duos and provide rental shoes for two rounds each of pin-toppling revelry

$24.50 $13

$14 for a Two-Hour Jump Session for One Including Socks at Launching Pad Trampoline Park ($22 Value)

Launching Pad Trampoline Park

Northwest Raleigh

Two full hours of jumping among 15,000 square feet of trampolines; includes ankle grip socks

$22 $14

Open Play Pass for Two or Four at Jumpin' Jojo's Open Bounce and Party Center (Up to 40% Off)

Jumpin' Jojo's Open Bounce and Party Center

Jumpin' Jojo's

Kids jump and play on inflatable slides and games in a 7,000-sq.-ft. playspace

$19.98 $12

$17 for One Hour of Trampolining for Two at Sky Zone - Northeast Raleigh ($28 Value)

Sky Zone

Northeast Raleigh

Visitors defy gravity as they bounce across trampoline-filled spaces, dive into pits of foam blocks, and make super-powered slam dunks

$28 $17

Bowling, Billiards, Foosball, Ping-Pong, and Shuffleboard at Kings Bowl North Hills (Up to 42% Off)

Kings Bowl North Hills

North Hills

Bowl, shoot pool, and try your hand at other classic games in a 32,000-square-foot entertainment complex, complete with two premium bars

$60 $34.99

$8 for Two Groupons, Each Good for One Open Bounce Session at Pump It Up ($14 Value)

Pump It Up

Raleigh

Inflatable playground of bounce houses, tall slides, obstacle courses, and cyclone blasters; open play sessions held throughout the week

$7 $4

Two Hours of Bowling and Shoe Rental for Two, Four, or Six at AMF Bowling Co. (Up to 54% Off)

AMF Bowling Centers Inc. (A Bowlmor AMF Company)

Multiple Locations

Long-time bowling industry leader with 200+ locations across the country offers two-hour bowling packages for groups of two, four, or six

$32 $18

Intro to Climbing Class with a Two-Week Club Membership for One or Two at Triangle Rock Club (Up to 64% Off)

Triangle Rock Club

Multiple Locations

Skilled instructors teach climbers to ascend rock walls; once they get the hang of the sport, students can practice at the gym for two weeks

$95 $39

General Admission for Two, Four, or Eight at Granville Haunt Farm (Up to 41% Off)

Granville Haunt Farm

Oxford

Guests get into the Halloween spirit with a variety of spooky activities, including zombie paintball, a corn maze, and a haunted trail walk

$40 $25

Treetop Adventure Course and Zip Line for One, Two, or Four Adults at Go Ape (Up to 20% Off)

Go Ape

Raleigh

Go Ape is a 2-3 hour journey through the forest canopy as you tackle suspended obstacles, Tarzan swings, and zip lines

$58 $49

$35 for Four Private Music Lessons at Falls River Music ($104 Value)

Falls River Music

North Raleigh

Instructors guide students of all ages & proficiencies during private guitar, piano, voice, violin, cello, drums, or trumpet lessons

$104 $35

Art Classes for Ages 6-18 at Artopia (Up to 46% Off). Three Options Available.

Artopia

Northeast Raleigh

Highly trained instructors offer youth art programs that explore the bond between imagination and culture

$25 $15

Urban Scavenger Race for Two, Four from 3Quest Challenge (50% Off)

3Quest Challenge - Raleigh

Central Raleigh

Racing against the clock, players progress through three quests where they find checkpoints, seize clues, and solve the final puzzle

$39.95 $20

$49 for a Family Membership, Four Kids' Classes, and Four Open-Play Sessions at My Gym ($144 Value)

My Gym

North Raleigh

Age-specific classes led by energetic instructors who help build kids’ strength and self-esteem with music, dance, and gymnastics

$144 $49

Five Cheerleading Classes, or a Three-Day Cheerleading Camp at Cary Imperial All-Stars Academy (70% Off)

Cary Imperial All-Stars Academy

Southwest Raleigh

Cheerleading classes cover tumbling, conditioning, and flexibility; camps focus on cheer fundamentals and activities like arts and crafts

$150 $45

One, Two, or Four Private Voice, Piano, or Drums Lessons at Simpson School of Music (Up to 60% Off)

Simpson School of Music

Southwest Raleigh

From the merchant: Piano, drums, and singing lessons available. All ages and backgrounds can learn to be their best!

$50 $22

Five Days of Sports Camp at Cary Imperial All-stars Academy (70% Off)

Cary Imperial All-stars Academy

Southwest Raleigh

From the merchant: Campers will engage in arts and crafts, games, basic stunting, tumbling, dance, theatrical arts, and community outreach

$285 $86

Four Private Music Lessons from U 2 Can Play (50% Off)

U 2 Can Play

Northeast Raleigh

From the merchant: Students will be given four 30-minute lessons to build a foundation of basic piano techniques

$100 $50

$59 for $204 Groupon — U.s. Black Belt Academy

U.S. Black Belt Academy

Multiple Locations

From the merchant: Three-week trial of high quality Tae Kwon Do classes taught by our certified Masters, the original world champions.

$204 $59

$15 for $30 Worth of Services at Paul Rogers Music

Paul Rogers Music

Central Raleigh

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$30 $15

Smartphone Urban-Adventure for One or Five from Motiva Events (Up to 54% Off)

Motiva Events

North Hills

Smartphone urban-adventure scavenger teams explore every nook & cranny of a city while meeting new people & building relationships

$100 $50

$20 for All-Day Paintball with Equipment Rental, Ammo, and Air Refills at Xtreme Kombat ($55 Value)

Xtreme Kombat

Durham

Brightly colored rounds zoom across themed competition fields during daylong paintball outings, which include full equipment rental

$55 $20

Two Hours of All-Access Jump Pass for Two or Four People at Jumpstreet (Up to 52% Off)

Jumpstreet

Jumpstreet-Cary

Kids can jump on 20,000+ feet of trampolines in a space that also houses a mechanical bull, trampoline dodgeball course, and earthquake zone

$42 $22

Two Games of Bowling with Shoe Rental for Two or Four at Rainbow Lanes Family Fun Center (Up to 51% Off)

Rainbow Lanes Family Fun Center

Clayton

Alley with 8 pool tables, arcade, miniature Himalaya ride, and snack bar offers bowling and shoes on one of 30+ automatically scoring lanes

$24.74 $12

Admission for Two or Four or Tour for Four at Animal Ed.ventures Sanctuary (Up to 45% Off)

Animal Ed.ventures Sanctuary

Animal Ed.ventures Sanctuary

12-acre sanctuary features more than 60 creatures, from iguanas and tegus to sloths and vervet monkeys to chinchillas and fennec foxes

$20 $11

All Access Jump Passes or Birthday Party at Sky Zone Durham (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

Sky Zone- Durham

Northgate Mall near Duke University

Bounce and burn calories on the indoor park’s expanse of trampolines—some flat, some angled—during open-jump sessions or parties

$30 $16.50

Visit for One or Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Children to Titanic Pigeon Forge (Up to 32% Off)

Titanic Pigeon Forge

Titanic, The Legend Continues

Audio guides featuring stories from Titanic survivors lend context to Edwardian artifacts and interactive exhibits about the historical ship

$28 $20

Haunted Halloween Ride for One, Two, or Four at Xtreme Haunt (Up to 50% Off)

Xtreme Haunt

Durham

Zombies come out of the woodwork to chase after 40’ military trucks; to keep them at bay, riders will need paintball sharpshooting skills

$15 $10

Drive-In Movie Package for Two or Up to Seven at Raleigh Road Outdoor Theatre (Up to 41% Off)

Raleigh Road Outdoor Theatre

Henderson

Drive-in moviegoers tune their radios to 90.3 FM and enjoy a double feature with popcorn & sodas from their vehicles or under the stars

$24 $15

Select Local Merchants

  • Dead Broke Farm
    Dead Broke Farm's name derives not only from the cost of owning horses, but also from the terminology for teaching a horse to wear a saddle—known in the industry as “breaking a horse to ride.” Trainers stable “dead broke,” or thoroughly saddle-trained, horses, alongside more spirited animals on the 110-acre farm. They also house steeds saved through their horse-rescue program, with more than 70 of their mounts avoiding fates in slaughterhouses and other undesirable ends since 2004. Horses show off their trotting chops during farm trail rides, carrying riders on explorations of the rolling hills and whispering creeks scattered across more than 10 miles of bridle trails cut through woods populated by deer, cranes, and other wildlife. Private rides allow for more personalized routes and can incorporate stops at scenic ponds for proposals or more challenging terrain for advanced riders. Instructors also schedule horseback-riding lessons, teaching balance through rides over undulating terrain rather than through exercises such as riding a horse that is riding a seesaw.
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    Raleigh, NC US
    +19195968975
  • Raleighwood Cinema Grill
    At Raleighwood Cinema Grill, movies flicker across a full-size screen with HD Digital Projection, brought to life with enhanced Dolby Digital surround sound. Yet what sets the theater apart is the experience off the screen. Instead of stacking seats into rows or demanding patrons stack into human pyramids to cram as many bodies in as possible, Raleighwood cultivates a relaxed atmosphere. Patrons lounge on cushioned, swiveling chairs at cabaret-style tables with a beer or glass of wine while servers lay out a menu of burgers, pizzas, and appetizers. Comedies, dramas, and family films enhance the flavor of dishes and the calendar of special events and food specials.
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    Raleigh, NC US
    +19198470326
  • AMF Pleasant Valley Lanes
    "You're up." At more than 200 AMF Bowling locations across the U.S., that message is passed between friends as they heft a ball, step to the line, and take aim. Now synonymous with bowling, AMF was founded in 1901 as American Machine and Foundry. It wasn't until 1946 that the company made a splash in bowling, when it introduced the automated pin spotter to the public. Today, AMF's nationwide network of bowling centers is a source of year-round entertainment for people of all ages. Outfitted with a classic bowling alley design, the centers also feature the latest technologies, from high-tech scoring systems to the ability to share experiences on social media. Bowlers can also refuel on a menu of American foods when they get hungry or the little heart-shaped meter above their heads begins blinking.
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    Raleigh, NC US
    +19197830080
  • The Alley Raleigh
    Named the Best Place to go Bowling in Indy Week’s Best of the Triangle 2011 and 2012, The Alley exhibits a genuine retro charm with 24 original hardwood lanes and classic paper scorecards. They also seek to appeal to night owls with a 1 a.m. closing time Friday and Saturday. After spending hours toppling pins, bowlers can divert their attention with flat-screen TVs showing laneside sports and a state-of-the-art sound system blasting toe-tapping didgeridoo drones. They can also purchase lunch and dinner fare from the expanding menu at The Balcony, which replenishes famished bowlers with savory burgers and fries.
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    Raleigh, NC US
    +19198323533
  • Jelly Beans - Cary (Buck Jones Road)
    The sound of rubber wheels rolling and clacking across a hardwood floor is a familiar one to generations of American families. At Jellybeans Super Skate Center, those wheels roll to the beat of both contemporary pop music and golden oldies in a winking nod to roller skating's timelessness. As the music mingles with the sound of laughter, colored lights trace patterns on the hardwood floor and the skaters gliding along on both quad and inline skates. During breaks, skaters can also refuel with pizza and snacks at the concession stand and give their upper extremities a workout in the arcade. In addition to open skates, the center hosts birthday parties and skating classes, which teach four-wheeled fundamentals to aspiring skaters.
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    Raleigh, NC US
    +19194675283
  • Historic Oakwood Cemetery and Mausoleum
    The Historic Oakwood Cemetery and Mausoleum was the final resting place for the fallen Confederate soldiers 150 years ago. Over time, it has grown into a lush 102-acre garden that memorializes those we have lost and helps community members explore the past. While the cemetery still has plots available for those who want to secure a location, it also wants visitors to explore its tree-dotted landscape in search of a more evasive goal: knowledge. Tours explore the cemetery as a place that “pays respects to the dead while celebrating life” with a focus on the many oaks, cedars, and dogwoods that create natural serenity and the historic markers that show a glimpse of life all the way back to the Civil War.
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    Raleigh, NC US
    +19198326077

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