We went here with our granddaughter, age 8, and grandson, age 12. It was the first time for us, but they had been there before. I don't think they appreciated what an amazing place this is. The glow-in-the-dark mini-golf is highly artistic, and the course is challenging. It has a pirate theme, and is the best of this type that I have been to (see picture). Then there is the "High Ballocity" where the kids go in and climb, slide, jump, and generally use up their energy. We also played a number of coin-op video games, and finished with them going into the "Laser Maze", which is really quite interesting. You can track their progress from the waiting area, and if they get a good score, it is posted for all to see. We didn't even try the bowling or any outdoor activities, and we spent about 4 hours there. Warning - this is not for the faint-hearted! There is constant loud music, noise, flashing lights, and crowds.
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