Woodland Highlands Family Fun Center Wildwood
Where is it at?
Woodland Highlands Family Fun Center
2330 Wildwood Rd
Tel: (412) 487-5517
Where are we going today?
Our attractions: * KIddie City: Imaginations will soar as kids explore four levels of tubes, slides, balls, a moving gyro-sphere, and cobra copter.
* Laser Xtreme: Laser Tag is a high tech, interactive competitive game of strategy and stealth. The total Laser Xtreme experience lasts approx. 15-20 min. Great Fun for All ages!
* Go-Karts: Start your engines at the Wildwood Grand Prix raceway!1000 feet of banked curves, winding turns, and rolling hills -- this one won't disappoint you!
What people are saying?
by Kara Thrace
This place used to be *the* hang out for kids back in the day. It was closed for a few years, then remodeled and reopened. It's a cool place to drop by and challenge your friends at Tekken, Street Fighter, DDR, air hockey, etc. You can load up tickets on a card so you don't have to carry around tokens too. Plus, there's all that good food right in the neighborhood.
by Samir Nour
The only REAL arcade left in the East Coast to be honest. If your looking for skiball or other games to take your money, this is the not the arcade to go to. If you're trying to step your game up in any fighting game, old or new, this is the place to be! 5 stars all the way.
by Andrew Prelusky
The fighting games have been toned back, but their music/rhythm game selection is among the best on the east coast.
Other then that, it's still a smelly, crowded hole in the wall. It just has brighter lights and a new pastel paint job.
by Jocelyn Borgner
If you're into arcade games and DDR, this is the place to go. They're also amenable to hosting birthday parties, but they don't serve food/drinks so you'll have to bring your own. Not great for large groups, but a small party of 5 - 10 would work.
by Hannah Quirk
I love this place. It is one of the few video arcades left (save Dave and Busters and Chuck E Cheeses). It is not cheap, but you can still play quite a few games for a few bucks. I've been here multiple times but, last time I went, I purchased a Groupon. $40 worth of games for $20 was definitely worth it. Plus, the place's Dance Dance Revolution Machines have KPop, so what can you lose?