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Kidsday: Wood Kingdom and Laser Kingdom


WOOD KINGDOM

Wood Kingdom is a great place to go for indoor birthday parties. With a large play area, a treasure hunt and magic show, a Wood Kingdom party is sure to wow your friends and family.

Kids don't always have the longest attention spans, so parties are designed to have different activities. They have some of the best bouncers and climbers. In the treasure-chest hunt, kids search for clues, find the treasure and share the booty. You may also see a magic show.

We would say the best age for a Wood Kingdom party would be for kids 10 and younger.

We checked out the Coram Wood Kingdom, 544 Middle Country Rd., Coram; 631-698-0212. For other locations go to: woodkingdom.com.


LASER KINGDOM

Laser Kingdom is a great place to go with friends or family. Laser Kingdom specializes in laser tag. Laser tag is a team or individual activity where players try to score points by tagging each other with a handheld laser gun. Points are scored each time an individual or team hits the target opponent. Laser Kingdom offers several party packages as well as specials. They also offer family fun night on Tuesdays. Laser Tag is good for most ages. You just need to be able to point and shoot. I would guess that anyone between 5 and 85 could play.

Laser Kingdom is at 544 Middle Country Rd. Coram, 631-698-0414 and 133 Milbar Blvd., Farmingdale 631-694-6148. Get details at laserkingdoms.com.

--Kidsday Reporter Matthew Sullivan


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