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HOLLAND — Too hot, too humid, too cold? Michigan weather has a knack for delaying even the best-laid travel plans. If you’re visiting Holland this summer and need an indoor activity to keep the kids busy, The Sentinel has compiled a list for you.

1. Bam Entertainment Center

Price: Varies by activity

Opening hours: 4pm-11pm Monday to Wednesday, 12pm-11pm Thursday, 7am-2am Friday, 9am-2am Saturday and 12pm-9pm Sunday

Address: 478 E. 16th St. in Holland

After:Bam Entertainment Center looks beyond the pandemic to future growth

After:Bam’s adult lounge features ax throwing, vintage arcade games and more

The Bam Entertainment Center offers activities for children and adults, with ax throwing, laser tag, a high ropes course, and climbing walls alongside traditional bowling alleys. The property has a restaurant offering burgers, pizzas, breadsticks, chicken fillets, and draft and bottled beers. Visit gobamgo.com for weekly specials and details.

Urban Air Adventure Park, located in The Shops at Westshore, is an indoor amusement and theme park known for its high-flying trampolines, dodgeball, climbing walls and laser tag.

2. Urban Aerial Adventure Park

Price: $33.99 for All Day Platinum Play, $29.99 for All Day Ultimate Play, $22.99 for All Day Deluxe Play, and $11.99 for ages 5 years and under. Parent game tickets are $17.

Opening hours: 4pm-8pm Monday to Thursday, 12pm-9pm Friday, 10am-9pm Saturday and 12pm-8pm Sunday

Address: 12331 James Street, Holland Township

Urban Air Adventure Park, located in The Shops at Westshore, is an indoor amusement and theme park known for its high-flying trampolines, dodgeball, climbing walls, laser tag, ropes course, arcade and a warrior’s course – plus plenty of tubes and tunnels to explore. Visit urbanair.com/michigan-holland to learn more.

Holland Aquatic Center single visit passes include preschool splash time, family splash time, access to the fitness room and, of course, access to the swimming pools.

3. Dutch Aquatic Center

Price: $10 for ages 3 and up, $9 for seniors and military. Resident rates are available.

Hours: Hours of operation vary by pool and area

Address: 550 Maple Ave. in Holland

After:Family and community at the center of the aquatic center expansion project

Holland Aquatic Center single visit passes include preschool splash time, family splash time, access to the fitness room and, of course, access to the swimming pools. Visit hollandaquatic.org/schedule for open swim times and availability.

With hundreds of ceramic pieces to choose from, families can create their own dishes, mugs, bowls, coasters and decorations at Paint a Pot.

4. Paint a pot

Price: Varies by selection

Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays

Address: 390 E. Eighth St. in Holland

After:Paint a Pot hosts its anniversary in a new location

If your kids are art-oriented, Paint a Pot is a colorful indoor activity that is sure to grab their attention. With hundreds of ceramic pieces to choose from, families can create their own dishes, mugs, bowls, coasters and decorations. Completed pottery is available for pickup or shipping one week after painting. Visit facebook.com/PaintaPot to learn more.

From laser tag to arcade games to mini golf, The Lost City is one of the area's oldest indoor attractions.

5. The Lost City

Price: Varies by activity

Opening hours: 4pm-8pm Monday to Thursday, 4pm-10pm Friday, 12pm-10pm Saturday and 12pm-8pm Sunday

Address: 12330 James Street, Holland Township

From laser tag to arcade games to mini golf, The Lost City is one of the area’s oldest indoor attractions. Play air hockey and mini-bowling, or pick up a snack from the concession stand. Visit facebook.com/TheLostCity for details.

Honorable Mention: Catch Air

Price: $12 for children 2 and under, $15 for children 3-10, two parents/guardians enter free per group. Additional adults are $5 each. There is no limit to playing time.

Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday to Sunday

Address: 2978 28th St. SE in Grand Rapids

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If you’re ready to head to Grand Rapids, this indoor playground is specially designed for kids 10 and under. Catch Air is filled with inflatables, tunnels, ball pits, slides and a colorful dance floor. Enjoy hourly dance parties with bubbles and fun music, except on company sensory Wednesdays. A special area is dedicated to babies and toddlers.

Visit facebook.com/CatchAirInGrandRapids/ for updated times and prices.

— Contact journalist Cassandra Lybrink at [email protected] Follow her on Instagram @BizHolland.