BUFFALO, N.Y. — With spring break and the Easter Holiday approaching, Urban Air Adventure Park is back open in the Walden Galleria in Cheektowaga. The attraction opened last year but was forced to close like many other indoor attractions due to COVID-19 concerns.
The indoor adventure park has reopened with limited capacity and added safety measures for families. It has a variety of activities like trampolines, climbing walls, and aerial gliders.
They are also extending their hours during Easter week. Wednesday and Thursday the park is open from noon until 8 pm. And on Friday and Saturday, the park opens at 10 am and closes at 10 pm.
WGRZ spoke to Rachelle Nurse, the co-owner of Urban Air Buffalo, about guest safety. The park requires masks, capacity is limited, and enhanced sanitation procedures are in place. Upon arrival, guests will undergo a health screening as well.
“Urban Air Adventure Park is committed to the safety of our guests, as well as our team members, as well as this entire community,” Rachelle said.
The Park features a sky rider, which zips kids across the park, spinning bumper cars, a ropes course, a wipeout course, and more.
“We are the ultimate indoor playground for families and for kids of all ages,” Rachelle said.
Because of the limited capacity, Urban Air encourages guests to book their time ahead on their website. For more information about the park, click here.