If you have kiddos that are going a little crazy indoors this winter, or any winter for that matter, there may be a solution for you! A new play space is opening in Superior this weekend and it looks awesome.

The spot is holding a grand opening on Saturday, January 14th in its location, which is inside the Mariner Mall. Once inside the mall, you can find the new playground space between the Sterling Silver Dance Studio and Guadalajara.

The owners are calling the space Superior's first commercial grade indoor playground space, which is the perfect place to take kids for the long Twin Ports winters. The space is for kids between the ages of two and twelve years old.

There is a price of admission, which is twelve bucks per child. Adults get in for free with the purchase of a ticket for their child. Kids under one year old can visit the space for free with the purchase of a ticket for an older sibling. There is also a monthly membership option as well, with details laid out on their website.

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The spot is open seven days a week and the hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. As of the opening date, they will be open every single day of the year. For their grand opening, there will be gift bags for the first one-hundred children. There is also a gift shop inside the space so you can buy your kiddos a treat.

Superior Fun Land is owned by two parents with two young kids who say they wish to create a space for the community to gather and enjoy no matter the weather. Speaking of, the playground is climate controlled and nearly seven-thousand square feet. There is a gift shop, cafeteria and the option to rent out one of their party rooms.

There is also a kangaroo jumper for kids, a playground, sensory room for toddlers, an infinity game table, backdrops for photos and more. It's fun to have a new type of business in the area!

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