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Things to do With Kids in Sunset!

It's summertime and the kids are out of school meaning that you are faced with the daily task of figuring out what to do with kids in Sunrise. Don't let the kids spend the entire season binging on cartoons and video games.

Fortunately the Sunrise area has a great collection of kid friendly activities to choose from including museums, parks, the beach and of course the Everglades. Unfortunately, we also have incredibly hot and humid weather and a daily risk of thunderstorms that put a crimp on outdoor activities.

Wouldn't it be nice if you could go to a place that would keep your kids (from toddlers to twelve) active and engaged and not have to face the heat and the downpours?

Well you can! Little Java is a 12,000 square foot indoor play space in nearby Weston that offers a safe, clean, air conditioned playground for toddlers through tweens. Your kids will get a great aerobic workout and can wear themselves out bouncing on our inflatables, taking aim with our cannonball shooting games, testing their sense of balance on our rope course or challenging the heights 0n our rock climbing wall.

Parents can relax while their kids run themselves ragged and enjoy a "Little Java" themselves in our café and lounge. If watching kids play brings out the kid in you, feel free to join in. Many a parent has scaled the rock wall.

Birthday Parties and Celebrations

If a special event pops up there is no better place to hold a kids' party than Little Java. We've got private party rooms with decorations, games, food, beverages and entertainment to keep your kids occupied. Let Little Java handle everything or pick and choose the services you like. Check out our packages on the website or give us a call and talk to an event planner for details. If you are planning a party, book well in advance as the party space is limited and books up quickly.

One last piece of advice. Socks are required on both kids and parents while in the playground. Make sure your kids are wearing them or bring a pair to change into once they arrive.


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