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Fun Town, Melbourne

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  • We visit here frequently and my kids never get sick of coming. Where can you go for just $11/kid and they can skate all day. They also have unlimited playground and laser tag for $14 more. If you subs...  more »
  • Let u all know if u decide to have a birthday party here u can not bring in your own cake. You have to book party through them at a cost of $330.00 Not like we're spending money now We have 10 skaters...  more »
  • Everyone is all smiles here! The service is quick and painless and the kids wore themselves out without my help. There is something for all ages here and no room for boredom!  more »
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  • The staff is friendly and helpful, the arcade games are a blast, my girls play for hours and never want to leave. Have had a couple birthday parties here for my girls and they loved it. They always have great deals going on if you sign up for their newsletters or check out their website.
  • Pretty good. I've been coming here since I was in second grade (5 years). I'm a roller-skating pro so i skate most of the time and its really fun. It is definitely better than some other roller-skating places in Melbourne, FL. This was going to be a 5-star review, but lowered to 3 because the stuff you pay for is SO EXPENSIVE.
  • Went here for a K-6 school fundraiser and basically it gets one star for having a skating rink and one star for pretty good pizza. Everything was nickle and dimed, broken, or painfully slow. If you can get some sort of massive savings through groupon, eat at home before you go, and don't plan on doing anything except skating or playing in the bounce house/playground, it'd be worth it. Maybe. The arcade games were hit and miss with idiotic children literally laying/standing on the skeeball table and other games to take selfies and money-eating machines. The card-recharge station will eat your money and then nothing, causing you to go to the counter to wait for one of the only two staff members to find time to handle a 'manual' addition of money to your game card. Laser tag was a mess of broken equipment but the guy at the door seemed apologetic and let our group go twice because of the issues. The skating rink appeared to be well kept and no one complained of holes/rough spots/etc. The DJ, I think is who he was, seemed strung out or something as when I first saw him he was wigging out at the service desk about wanting to play 'real music'. He and some older teens, maybe employees, I don't know, appeared to be making fun of some kids who fell by exaggerating a fall in the rink right behind them and laughing up a storm. Weird. The music was not appropriate for a K-6 fundraiser night, imo. Outkast (Don't want to meet your daddy, just want you in my caddy. Don't want to meet your momma, just want to make you cum-a.), other mature rap and pop (surprised I didn't hear that Miley Cyrus song where she says 'r me' 30 times). DON'T SIT AT THE FIRST TABLE AROUND THE BEND omfg these kids are f'ing stupid and just full speed slam into the table taking out drink cups and pitchers and it was infuriating. Most places have a material in the eating area that's either extra slippery or extra padded to discourage people going 10 MPH ffs. This place does not; it's as smooth and easy to skate on as the main floor. I ended up putting three half-full cups at the end of the table and suddenly the same kids had no problem not ramming into the dang table. Their parents didn't care. The table we were at was also totally unstable (likely from the ramming) and random people would plop down and do their skates, violently shaking the table which again caused drinks to spill and generally irritated me. Don't sit there. I've never been somewhere that outright charges for the skate-helpers. Maybe a deposit that's returned when you bring it back, usually no charge at all. It's ridiculous to have to pay 4.50, imo. When my daughter decided to try skating without it people kept eyeballing it like they were gonna jack it. One woman came up and asked if she could have it like I had the last bottle of potable water on the planet and just GLARED at me for the next 30 mins after I said no. I paid for it and if my daughter needed it I couldn't very well walk out onto the rink and snatch it back. I wouldn't mind sharing if I didn't have to pay for it. The place was def. understaffed and it took me 10 minutes just to rent the skate-helper while I watched them frantically go between the entry counter, service desk, and phone as a line formed on both ends. Would not recommend or return. Over $120 spent there and of that, only 40 went to the school from the entry ticket price.
  • The kids had fun and the staff were very friendly. I give it three stars because the locals here that visit are very unkind and have no regards for your private space. We went to celebrate a birthday and they took the balloons from our table, some one ate my daughters pizza that was covered on the table. And a kid attempted to purposefully trip my little brother just because he tripped over him when he fell. The parents here can definitely try and do a better job at not only correcting themselves but their children to. The arcade games were a bit over priced you're better off going to dave and busters for a real fun time.
  • Had a good time but everything is SO PRICEY I mean come on ! Arcade games are expensive and don't even get me started on the playground​. 5.50 each kid.😒