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Tampa Bay is getting yet another place to have a kid's birthday party.
Adrenalin-oriented chain Urban Air Adventure Park
already has 159 storefronts in place across the U.S. and Canada, with local outposts in Brandon, Lakeland and New Tampa. But according to a press release, the company will soon add two new locations in Salt Lake City, and yet another one in Tampa Bay within the next few years.
For the unfamiliar, Urban Air offers up go-karts, indoor skydiving, laser tag, mini golf, trapeze, bowling, rope courses, arcades, trampolines, dodgeball and more. The park is open to family events and parties for all ages, but some attractions have height requirements.
to Urban Air start at $17.30, and guests are also required to purchase "Urban Air Socks" for $3.99, which are basically regular socks but with "grips on the bottom."
It's unclear exactly when and where the new Bay area location will debut.
In 2019, a Lakeland mother sued the company after her 10-year-old son fell 20-feet from a zip line and suffered multiple broken bones, a collapsed lung and a brain injury, according to USA Today