My daughter, son and husband participated in this activity. We were able to watch them through windows around the tunnel. After looking around online I discovered that indoor skydiving is popular but not accessible to many areas. The price was pretty low when compared to other facilities across the country. We did the fifteen minute fly-time package for a group of four. They give a class, outfit you in a flying squirrel jumpsuit, plug your ears and goggle your eyes. Then it is go time! The instructor divided the fifteen minutes among our four participants, allowing time for each person to get comfortable, get some air, and then get tossed out of the way into the cushions on the side. Everyone had fun. It is quite loud in the tunnel but my son, who is a high functioning autistic child, managed to deal with it even after one of his ear plugs fell out. Unfortunately, there was a mishap with his goggles that fit over his glasses. They were blown off of his face, mid-flight. The attendants were all shocked, as this had never happened to them before, but there were no injuries so lesson learned. If you don't absolutely need glasses, leave them off. If you do, check your goggle strap thoroughly for soundness and bring an extra pair of glasses, just in case. There are weight limits to flying for obvious reasons so check their website or call them ahead of time to make reservations and inquire about it. Wear tennis shoes and don't forget to empty your pockets! The staff were also very friendly and helpful. We even purchased the DVD recording of the flight time, which is also real cool! Sadly, my son's goggles were found but the glasses were never seen again.