Texas is officially heating up and there are so many fun things to discover in Farmers Branch! Do your kids need to run around and burn some of that endless energy? We’ve found the perfect places for them to literally bounce off the walls, swing from ropes, jump into foam pits, and test their physical skills. Here are three indoor activities to experience that range from $8 to $29 and have something for all ages: Escape This! Dallas, Soar! United, and Obstacle Warrior Kids.
Want to discover more things to do this summer? Stay tuned into our blog as we continue to share activities at the library, in the park, new restaurants, and upcoming special events!
Escape This! Dallas
The new rage this year is all about the Escape Rooms. Grab your friends and family and head over to Escape This! Dallas in Farmers Branch. Work together as you unlock, decode and solve puzzles and clues to escape the room. Each room offers a different them and challenge level and no experience is the same. All rooms are appropriate for kids of any age although more thrilling for those seven and up.
This is a fun way to be interactive with your children this summer while also beating the heat! Challenge yourself by taking on one their four rooms: The Epicurean, The Society, Pathogen and/or the Heist. The fee is $29 per person and advance booking online is strongly recommended to make certain the room and time slot is available.
4372 Spring Valley Road, Farmers Branch, Texas 75244
469-828-1663 | www.canyouescapethis.com
Two hours of continued non-stop play is what you will get at Soar! United in Farmers Branch, Texas. Bursting with the vibrant colors of blue and green you immediately begin to smile as you walk into the vast open gym. This obstacle fitness and athletic complex is fit for all ages of children. Open play passes start at $10 per person and a Soar! Super Pass is $150 for 20 hours of fun.
All the course areas are sectioned off in colors: green for littles, blue for beginner and intermediate, and black for a challenge. With cargo nets, rock walls, trapeze and foam pits you’re sure to ware out any active kid. If that’s not enough take them over for a round of dodgeball monitored by staff or kick around the soccer ball for sport. They also have a designated party zone called the Summit and a lounge area for tired parents.
Soar! United also hosts a Parents Night Out on Fridays from 6-10:00 p.m. with dinner, snack and fun provided with cost. They offer ninja classes weekly to hone in on your obstacle training and with obstacles updated weekly your guaranteed to have a different experience with every visit.
4207 Simonton Road, Dallas, Texas 75244
972-373-4062 | www.soarunited.com
Obstacle Warrior Kids
Wondering where to go on a raining day or during the Texas Summer heat wave? Check out OWK-Obstacle Warrior Kids for all ages. A fun interactive kids obstacle course that was motivated by the show American Ninja Warrior. Children can play, jump and leap to different obstacles set to their skill level throughout the space. A special 5 and under age-appropriate zone is sectioned off to ensure your littlest can still be a ninja at play.
The fee for 2-4 years of age is $8 for 1 hour, $10 for 90 minutes, $14 for 2 hours, and $6 for each additional hour. The fee for ages 5 and up is $10 for 1 hour, $14 for 90 minutes, $18 for 2 hours, and $10 for each additional hour .
Head to the back of the facility to watch or participate in a few rounds of dodgeball with the kids. Obstacle Warrior Kids is the perfect location for an energetic birthday party and with party staff to help it’s an easy win.
They offer 1-hour, 90 minute and 2-hour time slots Tuesday through Sunday this summer. Saturday mornings they offer Lil’ Ninja and Warrior classes for children to perfect their balance and strength. If the kids are looking for more of challenge, sign-up for the 2019 Ninja Games held August 10-11. Spots fill up quickly so don’t delay! The Ninja Classes are $20 per person.
4310 McEwen Road, Farmers Branch, Texas 75244
972-385-7467 | https://owkdallas.com/
Discovered and written by Tracy Howe with What’s Going On Dallas.