We almost missed the best part! We stopped here with our three year old and the first floor really didn't offer much as she is too young for putt putt or arcade games. We tried the mini bowling, but she just wasn't interested. However, then we found the upstairs! It is just for kids under 5 years old and has some of those penny machines that you find outside of grocery stores. The real draw is the indoor playground area upstairs. They have two HUGE playground sets (like you find at a fast food restaurant) with numerous tunnels, slides, nets, etc. They also have two large inflatable jump houses. It only cost $5.95 for one child and they let you play as long as you want. They even let small adults (under 130 lbs) go thru the playground sets(but not the jump houses) with young kids to help them climb. We had a blast! We ended up spending close to 2 hrs upstairs and were almost the only people up there. If you have young kids, don't miss the second floor!
I did notice the ten commandments and a few signs with scriptures. I thought it was a bit odd, but just ignored it. None of the staff seemed to push any sort of religious agenda and there weren't any big paintings of religious figures that I noticed.