Kids Activities in South Farmingdale


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  • Wood Kingdom
    Slides, climbing structures, and three inflatable jumpers and obstacle courses outfit Wood Kingdom's 5,000-square-foot indoor playground, while a separate snack area and private birthday room quarantine feasting children from frolicking ones. Elsewhere, knowledgeable staffers in the family-operated business' indoor and outdoor showrooms walk patrons through an extensive stock of home-playground equipment and outdoor furnishings, including trampolines with safety enclosures, basketball hoops, and gazebos. Wood Kingdom personnel subsequently delivers, installs, and maintains each piece of equipment, ensuring that sheds continue to reject move-in offers from portals to the underworld and swing sets are properly assembled.
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    111 Milbar Blvd
    Farmingdale, NY US
  • AdventureLand
    Alfie—Adventureland Amusement Park's resident mascot and caped crusader—must have some good genes. The superhero hasn't aged much over the decades, even though the rest of the park has changed considerably since its opening day in 1962. Alfie now welcomes guests into a park with more than 30 nostalgic and new attractions. Among them, a giant pirate ship swings like a pendulum, the cars on the Turbulence Coaster spin freely as they travel along the tracks, and the ferris wheel lifts passengers up and around in cars shaped like hot air balloons. Adventure Falls adds water to the mix, sending boats down a steep flume and drenching riders so they don't have to sit in the water fountain to feel refreshed. Games of skill, an onsite arcade, Dr. Evil's Haunted House, and a sit-down restaurant complement the thrills, as does occasional live entertainment. The fun continues well into the evening, when the park lights up like a giant Christmas tree. The spectacle is for more than just show—in recent years, Adventureland has resolved to go green, and has added more than 500,000 LED lights as well as solar panels to help power the maintenance facility.
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    2245 Broad Hollow Rd.
    Farmingdale, NY US
  • American Airpower Museum
    The American Airpower Museum couldn't have a more appropriate setting. More than six decades ago, its grounds were home to Republic Aviation. Here, a formidable assembly line—nicknamed "the Jug"—churned out more than 9,000 P-47 Thunderbolts, which helped fortify the Air Force during World War II. Today, the American Airpower Museum displays Thunderbolts in honor of the brave pilots that flew them during those crucial years. And just like the dinosaur skeletons in a natural-history museum, these exhibits come to life—during warm months, Thunderbolts often taxi out onto the runway and take off to the delight of the crowd. The skies around American Airpower Museum showcase other prop- and jet-powered aircrafts dating from WWII to the present day. Ground-level exhibits, meanwhile, show off more aircraft and military vehicles, including tanks. The resident pilots even offer ride-alongs in an AT-6 or Waco aircraft. Visitors can also test the controls of a Cessna 310 for themselves inside a custom-built simulator.
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    1230 New Hwy
    Farmingdale, NY US
  • Fun Zone Amusements
    Beams of light dart through a darkened laser-tag arena. The delighted shrieks of youngsters emanate from the colorful horses of a carousel and a fleet of bumper cars. With these and over five other attractions onsite, Funzone Family Entertainment more than earns its name. Visitors smash home runs inside batting cages, or take on virtual opponents in a sports simulator complete with soccer, football, and a zombie-themed riff on dodgeball. More digital amusement awaits in an arcade stocked with classic games such as skeeball and Deal or No Deal, where players can win tokens by selecting the secret "Compromise" option. Open seven days a week, Funzone also caters to younger kids with bounce houses and a multi-level, maze-like play area full of tube slides and netted tunnels.
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    229 Broad Hollow Road
    Farmingdale, NY US
  • Farmingdale United Artists Theater
    If you're looking for a relaxing night out at the movies, Farmingdale United Artists Theater in Farmingdale is a great place to go. It's certainly time you stopped reading about this theater with its amazing restaurant and finally came in for a bite. Go ahead and bring your rug rats with you — this theater has kid-friendly policy. Say hello to a great evening with your family while watching the great movies at Farmingdale United Artists Theater's drive-in theater. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    20 Michael Ave
    Farmingdale, NY US
  • Farmingdale Lanes
    Farmingdale Lanes's smooth, polished lanes are always ready for a good time. Set among a lively atmosphere—with painted murals on the walls and computers keeping score—they make for an apt location for a family outing, a night with friends, or a birthday party. They also go dark for cosmic bowling, which includes laser lights, Top 40 music videos, and trivia.
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    999 Conklin St.
    Farmingdale, NY US

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