Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life

Funnelz Indoor Party & Play Center (Scarborough)

Family Tested
High energy

Time to go ballistic

CLOSED FOR GOOD! (UPDATE: January 2013) 

A mom was nice enough to let me know the place has closed for good. It's a shame. I really like their concept. And I hope someone else opens up a similar place soon!

My old description:

Seriously, your kids will go ballistic. The Ballistic Arena will make sure of that. Adults, beware. You’ll be the target (of very soft foam balls mind you) thrown from three shooters facing each other in small raised booths. And watch out for your rear when you go down the steep slides after your little one. (Nobody said parenting is an easy job!) In the back is a balls section for younger kids. The place includes an inflatable structure, a corridor filled with punching bags and, my all time favourite in a playground, an inverse funnel vacuuming the foam balls to then project them into the air so they can rain down on the Kids.

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5 Comment(s)
  • Thursday, 01 January 2015 posted by Leanne

    It's open now! new name though and owners

  • Friday, 05 September 2014 posted by Chris Pacer

    There were some people inside today while I was in the dollar store next to it. When they came out I spoke to the person coming out and he told me he was the owner of a new play place going in. He said Doors should be open in October - can't wait!

  • Monday, 14 April 2014 posted by Jennifer

    Still closed as far as I know .. the place was run down, they probably didn't want to put money in to fix it up.

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