If you have kids, it’s hard to imagine being quarantined with them since March as being a 100 percent joyful experience. There’s a lot of pent-up energy, but not enough space in the house to unleash it, or couches to build forts out of, or pillows to whip across the living room.
Parents can now once again take their children to a place where they can burn off enthusiasm without destroying the home. Urban Air Adventure Park, located at 7679 Dublin Plain City Rd., Dublin, and 6314 E. Livingston Ave., Reynoldsburg, open to the public on Friday!
The indoor parks are loaded with activities for kids of all ages. Guests have a plethora of options, including indoor skydiving, go-karts, ropes courses, and laser tag.
“With families being quarantined for the past few months, we’re sure they’re itching to get out and let off some energy,” said Jessica Correa, chief marketing officer of Urban Air Adventure Park. “We’re excited to be reopening our parks and providing a safe environment for families to come and play.”
With an abundance of games to play and surfaces to wipe down, Urban Air is taking the safety and health of its customers very seriously.
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Urban Air parks are now open Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Ahead of re-opening to the public, Urban Air will be offering a free day of fun for all essential workers and families today. You reserve a two-hour block on Friday by visiting Urban Air’s website.