|Ballocity tube slide|
Next, we went to the arcade area to spend our $5 game card. It looked as though most of the games were 50 cents and up. Some were as much as $2 to play. The games are all modern and very interactive. My 4-year-old played basketball, a soccer-style kicking game, skee ball, a candy pick up machine, among others. The $5 was spent pretty quickly though. The game card is also used to accumulate tickets, and we turned in our tickets for a slinky-style bracelet.
|Arcade and ropes course|
Bananas. There is laser tag, a toddler zone with soft climbing toys, two bowling lanes, spinning bumper cars, and an overhead ropes course. The overhead ropes course looks challenging and fun for those that do not have a fear of heights. In addition to these places to play, there is a cafe with Hershey's ice cream, sodas, and many other offerings. I also noticed about four birthday party rooms.
|Spinning bumper cars|
1. There is only one entrance / exit to Ballocity, so it is easiest to find a seat near there to keep track of your child/ren.
2. You can keep your game card and any remaining tickets on it by registering your card at the kiosk in the game area.