Fun Factory

Fun Factory
Street address: 

1507 E. Park Ave.,

Enterprise, Al

(334) 347-4442
Friday 12pm-10pm; Saturday 12pm-10pm; Sunday 1pm-6pm
American Express
31.308249, -85.821865

Roller skating, jump shot, rock wall, glow golf, pool, and arcade games are just a few fun activities you can do in this fun factory for kids ages 5 to 100!


Have your birthday party here!

$10 per child -Bring your group to just play without a party room. Price includes 3 hours of play time and kids will receive a small drink and bag of chips.  You are welcome to bring a cake  for the snack area but nothing else. (No party decorations please).  Minimum of 6 kids.

$15 per child -If you would like a private party we have several very colorful party rooms that kids will love.  Price includes 1 hostess, unlimited playtime, and 1 hour in the party room. Price also includes a hotdog, chicken fries or a pizza stick. Each guess will also receive a small drink an

We are open for summer camp during the following hours:

Monday-Friday 8am-6pm
*We are able to accommodate
earlier hours if necessary

d a bag of chips. Minimum of 10 kids. Guests are welcome to bring decorations.

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