An indoor playground where both kids and parents get to experience things for the first time
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- Buy parents some free time while the kids are simultaneously entertained, educated, and inspired.
- A place that both kids and adults love to visit.
- Luxurious privacy booths with recliners and a workbenches. Perfect for computer work or relaxation (binge browsing social media, watching movies, etc)
- A caffe/cafeteria area for socializing and eating
- An area for back/shoulders massage, pedicure, manicure. Some chairs are positioned so that people can have conversations during service, other are more isolated for people who wish to be left alone
- A gym
- A lecture-room like area
- A daily program area with workbenches where people learn new skills
- learn new skills by attending lectures (online marketing, cooking a new dish, psychology, woodworking, etc)
- hands on workshops
- arts (drawing, sculpting, etc)
- joining in on debates between experts with different views
- learn a few tricks for self defense and try it out on others
- get some computer work done or relax in the private booth
- solo work out in the gym
- group work out (aerobics, yoga, martial arts)
- massages, pedicures, manicures, etc
- have a meal, coffee, drink, mingle with other parents
- Hands-on snake petting while learning everything about them (kids who don't want to touch them can just watch or pet a more fluffy animal)
- A quick fun physical game between kids (5 by 5 blindfolded kids have to reach the other side while everyone else is cheering them on)
- CNC router woodworking where one machine is continuously making something satisfying to watch while an expert is setting up the other while explaining how it works. Kids get to push buttons and see small actions performed based on that.
- A quick physical game where someone in a costume chases the kids around while the kids are tied to each other by one leg and have to outrun the chaser in pairs.
- The kids collectively build a big fort out of foam blocks. Then an adult hanging on to a rope like a wrecking ball destroys it. Then kids rebuild it a few times and destroy it by hanging onto the rope in pairs or tripplets.
- A quick party under a strobe light. Kids get to click in some effects on the DJ's gear.
- and so on.. action and novelty packed day, every day.