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    Brought my 3rd old here today for the first time! My family brings my nephew, almost 5 yrs old and we had to try it! This place is awesome!! My son had the best day ever! We will definitely be back and be scheduling a birthday party here for his 4th Bday in June! Looove it!! 🙂

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    Sorry NBGT… This place is more fun in my opinion.

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    This place is awesome to take the kids to since the parents can also clamber (and fit! ) in all the equipment.

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    This place is spectacular!!! As a SAHM of 4 year old triplets, especially in the winter months, things can get a little obnoxious at home where we’re pent up all day. For $30 (kids under 2 and adults are free; all others are $10/kid), I can take the kids out for HOURS to let off some steam, and to actually sit, and read, or socialize with other moms, in bliss.There are concessions, bathrooms, and plenty of tables and seating. We went during a snowstorm, and the place was PACKED, but there was still enough room for everyone. It’s pretty clean, and a couple of times I saw employees out with the Clorox wipes cleaning up.They did a freeze dance game while we were there, and they had kid-friendly music playing in the background for a while. Not only are there several GIGANTIC climbing structures and slides, there are floor activities for littler ones, little see-saws, a bounce house, an air-blow area with balloons in it, and plenty of floor space for the kids to be kids. There’s a special “lazer room” that is kinda lame as an adult, but my son spent pretty much the entire day in there. The kids just absolutely loved it, and I was able to finish my book!One of the things I noted that I didn’t care for, but really isn’t THAT big a deal, is that the coat and shoe area is a hot mess. There are just a couple of racks with coat hangers for coats, and no cubbies, so the shoes are ALL OVER the floor. The coats, hats, scarves and shoes are all in one pile with everyone else who’s there’s stuff, so I was a little weirded out thinking that a lice infestation was imminent. And since shoes aren’t allowed in the play area, once I took my shoes off, I had to walk across the wet carpet to get to admission, making my socks gross and wet.BE AWARE: THEY ARE NOT A PEANUT FREE FACILITY. My oldest is allergic to peanuts, and I noted that they were selling peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and peanut butter crackers.Because of the peanut policy and the kind-of pricey admission, I can only give them 4 stars. But it’s as fun as fun gets for the kids.

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    Very Clean, Kids and I had a blast. Awesome place to physically interact with your kids.