About us Make Believe
Do you watch your kids play and wish you could join in? At Make Believe Family Fun Center we have created the ultimate fun experience for moms, dads and kids in the greater Cleveland area. How did we achieve it? By going bigger, better and more hands-on than any other family fun center in the business!
There’s fun for everyone at Make Believe. Whether your family likes climbing, playing, or healthy competition you’ll find what you’re looking for here. Each attraction is a portal into another world allowing your family to explore enchanted forests, scale the inside of a volcano and climb high above the decks of a pirate ship. Our team members are trained to help every guest stay safe and have a blast. The kids will be “family bonding” without even realizing it. We work hard to keep our facilities clean, safe and convenient for both kids and parents. Store your stuff in a complimentary electronic storage locker, relax in our lounge between activities and then boost your energy with a healthy, cafe-style meal prepared by our dedicated kitchen staff. Spend family time playing, having a birthday party or hosting a special event and don’t forget to snap an amazing picture at the 3D photo wall.
At Make Believe we celebrate the love, diversity and adventurous spirit of the Parma community every day. Step into a world of joy, discovery and pure play at Make Believe Family Fun Center in Parma, OH today!
We took the kids here last week and although they had fun, the rock climbing wall (the side with lego rocks) is extremely too close to the black gate arouund it. My daughter let go from the third block up and hit her head on the black gate as she was coming down. Those ropes are supposed to catch that from happening. There was also only one employee who was managing the safety of 3 different sides of the walls, and he had to keep running back to everyone asking if they were ok and wanted to keep going. Another safety precaution that is missing is that anyone can walk out of there with your child. What I mean by that is that there is no safety stamp (like Chuck E. Cheese has) to make sure that kids leave with who they are supposed to. Even though I stayed right next to the entrance of Ballocity while my 4 & 8 year old played inside, there were a couple of times we lost sight of them inside Ballocity and adults are playing on & inside the equipment as well! Not a good idea to let parents playing in there especially where there are parts of Ballocity that cannot be seen.