Amusement Park Deals in Cleveland
Like haunted candy stores, amusement parks provide an acceptable atmosphere in which to scream aloud with a mouth full of confections. Get a sugar rush and adrenaline fix in one outing with this Groupon. $24 for Two Tickets for Admission on Friday, March 23 ($48 Value) Includes access to Big Cat Encounter and Cirque Shanghai More than 150 rides, games, and attractions, and a petting zoo Open from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. March 23 I-X Indoor Amusement Park Now in its 23rd year, the I-X Indoor Amusement Park returns to the International Exposition Center with more than 20 acres ...
Some say you can get too much of a good thing, but today's deal from Fun-n-Stuff Amusement Park smashes that notion. For $12, you'll score four go-kart races and 15 arcade tokens (a $25 value). Pay $18 for six attraction tickets -- like mini golf, batting cages, bumper boats, laser tag, and more -- along with a slice of pizza, large soda, and ten arcade tokens (a $37 value). Or, go for maximum fun with the family package: 20 attraction tickets, a half-sheet cheese pizza, pitcher of soda, and 60 arcade tokens for $60 (regularly $124). Fun-n-Stuff is Cleveland/Akron's year-round destination for family entertainment, and it's a great place for the whole crew to really make the summer count. Whether your kids want to speed around the track, rack up points in the arcade, or sink a hole in one on the mini golf course, they'll learn an important lesson: there's no limit on fun. Want more? Check out Fun-n-Stuff Amusement Park on Facebook.
The Fine Print
Cash refunds up to 14 days after date of purchase. See Terms of Service for refund details. May purchase one for self and one as gift. Tax and tip not included. Gratuity should be based on price before voucher redemption. Merchant will abide by state gift certificate laws. No cash value. No cash back. Only one voucher per visit. Limit 1 per customer. Not valid with other promotions. Deal expires at the end of the Park's season.
Option 1: $12 for 4 people; 2 games of mini golf ($24 value) Option 2: $6 for 2 people, 2 games of mini golf ($12 value) Park also features amusement rides, concession stand and arcade Fresh air and family fun for all; no gate fees Open daily from 10:00 am - 8:00 pm How long has it been since you experienced a sunny day with your little ones in one of the rare kiddie parks remaining in a high-tech world? DealChicken brings this half-price offer from Memphis Kiddie Park, with 11 amusement rides, a concession stand, a lively arcade and options for two games of mini golf. Dads are happy too—no gate fees!
Hotel at a Glance: Maui Sands Resort & Indoor Waterpark The indoor water park at this family-friendly resort features multiple slides, a lazy river, a treehouse with dumping bucket, a whirlpool, and a tot-friendly lagoon. Spacious accommodations such as the Hana suite comfortably sleep up to six guests, with a king-size bed for parents and a room with four bunk beds for the kids. Must-do water park attraction: Shoot down the Maui Wowie bowl slide on a single- or double-person tube, spinning around the bowl at speeds of 35 to 45 mph before plunging into a pool. Included family dinner: Comes with a large, one-topping pizza, a family-sized salad, breadsticks, and four drinks at Volcano Grill Distance to Cedar Point amusement park: 6 miles Sandusky, Ohio: Family-Friendly Town with Amusement Parks Along Lake Erie Sandusky is perched on the shores of Lake Erie, about midway between Cleveland and Toledo. It's a family-friendly destination with a slew of theme parks and scenic coastal islands. Cedar Point, one of the oldest amusement parks in the U.S., is a must-do for thrill seekers. The Millennium Force coaster set records as the tallest and fastest in the world when it was introduced in 2000. The park's newest attraction, GateKeeper, scooped up seven world records when it opened in May 2013, including the "longest drop on a wing coaster." Head out to South Bass Island, off the coast of Lake Erie, to learn about the area's naval history. During the War of 1812, naval commander Oliver Hazard Perry sailed from Put-in-Bay to attack a fleet of British ships during the Battle of Lake Erie. Today, Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial commemorates the event with a 350-foot Doric column overlooking the lake. While you're in the area, you can also go hiking along white bluffs in the 33-acre South Bass Island State Park.