Kids bound over inflatables, slides, and obstacle courses during parties or open-play sessions in supervised play center
- Expires Aug 31, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. 30-day cancellation notice required for birthday parties, or 50% of Groupon price applies; may reschedule party up to one week before date. Must be 12 or younger. Must sign waiver. Party valid Monday-Thursday only; 5-visit pass valid Sunday-Friday only. Must wear socks. Valid only at listed locations. Game card not valid at Winter Park location until 7/1/12.
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$26 for a five-visit pass and one $5 arcade card (up to a $53.45 value)
$139 for a Jumping Jubilee party package for up to 24 kids (a $279 value), valid Monday–Thursday.
- 90 minutes of access to supervised play area
- Two hours of access to private party suite
- Two pizzas, ice cream, drinks, and place settings
- A custom-made invitation for each guest
- Gift for birthday child
- Dedicated staff member to setup and clean up after the party
Laughter fills the air as kids zip down slides and caper about a jungle of wall-to-wall inflatables and obstacle courses within Monkey Joe’s play center. Kids 12 and under romp throughout the air-conditioned playscape’s obstacles, and tykes 3 and under stretch their imaginations on the softer and smaller attractions in the toddler play area. An orchestra of electronic beeps fills the arcade, and the scents of savory pizza waft from a concessions stand. Colorful balloons and cakes pack party rooms, where birthday boys and girls unwrap presents and brand-new imaginary friends.
Safety is paramount to Monkey Joe’s. The play areas are always supervised by the trained staff, and as little ones frolic, a child security system tracks visitors through identity bracelets and video monitoring. These safety measures—combined with the use of FDA-certified cleaning solutions—put parents at ease as they relax in the adult lounge, where they can catch their favorite shows on flat-screen TVs or browse the Internet for ways to paint flames on their minivans.