This is a great place for kids up to 8 - for hot days, days when the rains come down, or when you just want to relax, read the paper and let the kids play.
We have four kids closely spaced. From the time they were 3 till the oldest hit 8 we bought the annual membership here. Weekends often meant one morning, Saturday or Sunday, at Funarium, kids burning off energy, doing artwork, cooking, and having fun, while we relaxed. On those mornings when I was alone, I'd drop them off just as the place opened, do the grocery shopping next door at the Tesco, and be back before the crowds hit. The young ladies were great with the boys, knew them by name, and made sure they stayed out of trouble.
I only give the place 4 of 5 for its price - quite high for four kids, if you don't buy the annual membership. And for the food - which is largely junk stuff, ice cream, jello, cupcakes and things that kids like and therefore parents buy. They should be more socially responsible and highlight healthy items a bit more.
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