The floor was grated cold and slippery under my bare feet as I eagerly woke, clawed in a clear pocket, to my spot about a bucket filled with neon green slime. The same slime I looked at children and celebrities alike, they suffered into the TV and growing up. It was a badge of honor, reserved for those lucky children was on television. I ran my rabbit poncho over my eyes as a recorded voice signal from five. . . four people. . . three. . . I couldn't stop the excitement and fear of any parts. Would the slime get on my clothes? In my hair? Was it washed out? Would this be a real dream or were I really about to destroy the youth?
. . . two people. . . head. . . and the wave of a cold slime dropped down over my head while I indirectly laughed. It was over five seconds, but it was a terrible journey. I carefully demolished from the slimed poncho with the help of a volunteer, who gave me a towel. My slime-covered green legs looked with something out of Nickelodeon ad, and that's when he hit me. I got very relaxed, just like everyone else who was before me. Achievement of children's achievements in the 90's unopened.
Nickelodeon's famous slime appeared first You can do this on television, a Canadian show that raised the children's cable network and broadcast it in the 1980s, but was a 90s game show Double Dare it really launched the viscous green liquid in prime time. The green slime was the same as the network – throwing out a fountain at the late Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando and dumping everyone from NSYNC decided to Tina Fey that Justin Bieber to Harrison Ford at annual Kids Choice Award ceremonies. Now, as a revival of Double Dare visit the country as well and as the thought of 90s is hitting its highlight (there is a Men in black clothes movies in theaters, after all), the children and thousands of years have an opportunity to age, as I grew watching the radioactive scene, get the chance to experience it own. The June 15 experience in Buckhead, and like Candytopia opens just a few miles away, Slime City offers many rooms full of interactive photo images, and the sliming as the grand finale. Here's what you need to find out before you go.
1. Children will benefit most from Slime City.
Actually, the perfect audience is this parent in the early 30s with a 7-9 year old child. This slime is by nostalgic definition for millennials (and late X-ers) which grew up watching Double Dare and Wild N Crazy Kids, but the rooms themselves are very focused towards the current feet. There is space for dance, run-around, energy and play burning, but adults may feel that children are slightly absent. It seems that the three primary school children were blasting at my group's average journey as they went from room to room – and it seems to be directed towards children of middle-aged school-age.
2. But for thousands of years, you want to consider the VIP package.
Because so you can true Nickelodeon is narrowing. While everyone who has the greatest experience is required to wear a clear poncho to wear on their clothes, if you want the real experience, run-down-your-face, you can pay an extra $ 30 ( on top of your $ 30 fare tickets, so $ 60 in total) for the Additional VIP Plug, which allows you to be slimming in a single booth without a poncho (or one, if you like). You will also find a t-shirt “I got slimed”, which also sells Slime City in its gift shop. It's not cheap, but depending on how deep your nostalgia runs Nickelodeon, it may be worth you to be in your dream.
3. Children will certainly succeed in the next VIP add-ons.
And a custom slime station is that – one room of experience is only available to those who pay $ 12 in addition to their $ 30 entry ticket. You will find a small jar of green pullets that you can add glitter beads, sequins, and yogurt eyes, followed by a “secret slime component” which gives the appropriate slime texture when transported (unlike the runny goo used in the stools, this is more like the things you can buy in jars) by Target). Children love the opportunity to customize their own cheeks, and will broaden your experience at Slime City, but you can buy a jar of Nick-branded slime for $ 8 at the front of the shop, checks and googly eyes. (Or, Target is around the corner.)
4. There's a lot of slime actually at Slime City.
This will relieve parents who do not want to deal with children who are too foul, but it is not always disappointing for anyone looking forward to a small show. You will be able to touch a slime in the first room of experience (it is very hot here when bubbles and flowing over a pipe), with lots of paper towels provided for cleaning, but you'll only see the real green lock again more time before it is dumped on your head at the end. There is also little slime history on display – the only thing to close is a gallery of famous fraudsters in the Kids Choice Awards area, but even in 2010, Katy Perry is the oldest. Fun during adult slime, or facts about the science behind the sauce, since wearing slime has become so great a pastime in recent years. Why not a real slime City museum to be in Slime City?
5. But many and many others are against the photographs.
And it's pretty interactive. A neutral-filled room allows the children to draw on the walls with flora markers. In one room there is a giant beanbag shaped for swimming and stretching. (Adults, it is nice if you need a short break.) One room is filled with “bubbles” (balloons) that children can kick and throw into huge bubble boys. (If there is one, it is extremely The employees are friendly and energetic and will encourage the children to play and have fun. Parents will enjoy moving photos of their children (or themselves) with a blimp trophy Kids Choice Award or sitting on “The Great Wall of the slime,” which has large plastic levers that can be pushed in to create shapes and seats. . The total experience takes about 45 minutes to an hour, but you can move at your own pace.
6. DO NOT wear jeans or long pants.
Not at least if you intend to be slimed. There are wonderful short circuits, capris, but your ankles, feet and your back of your feet can be very narrow. I had slime around my calves and some on my forearms. If you were wearing jeans, they would be of us, and that wouldn't have been done for a fun drive home. Dress for summer-shorts and T-shirts.
7. You will take off your shoes when you are skidding.
And that is the best thing, since the foot will be on your feet. The slime throws away from the towels provided but it takes some scouring to get it all – and it will scrub between your toes. I was very grateful I spent sandals so I didn't get a residual slime in my socks. (Also, he bottom bottomed my bare feet slightly green, so keep in mind it.
8. And the slime should wash off your clothes. But do not throw something that you love him just in case.
While the ponchos seem to do a good job to keep the slime away from you, I still came home with a little green stain on the back of my purple shirt. I wore it in the wash immediately and it came to light, but I never dreamed that white or something that could not be washed was easily washed. Playing clothes are the way to get here – so it won't end the world. (Also: packing towel to sit on it in the car, just in case.)
9. Keep on your hood for coloring during cheating.
It is a powerful narrow blast – my weight knocked my pocket off my head after I let it. So, hang on, if you don't want your face on your face.
10. The slime does not smell.
It seems he should, but it's not really. It is very thin but feels like liquid soap or shampoo (which makes sense – baby shampoo was cited as a common slime component).
How to go:
Address: Piedmont Peachtree Crossing Shopping Center, 3330 Piedmont Road Northeast (in the former space in the Global Market near Disco Kroger)
Price: $ 29 per person, children under 2 free. Tickets are purchased per time slot (every 15 minutes) and must be purchased online in advance.
Hours: Wednesday-Friday: 10:30 a.m: 30 p.m; Saturday: 9 a.m.-8 p.m; Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m. (closed Monday and Tuesday)
Dates: June 15 through September 28th