Billy Beez - Places For Kids

Billy Beez

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INFORMATION

925 Blossom Hill Rd
San Jose, CA 95123


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Phone
(657) 207-4841
Hours
10 am – 9 pm (Mon- Thur)
10 am – 10 pm (Fri-Sat)
11 am – 7:30 pm (Sun)
Tickets
$9.95 – 0 – 1yr (Infant with adult)
$9.95 – 1yr – 4yr
$19.95 – 5yr – 17yr  
$6.95  - 18yr and up  
$9.95 – 2nd adult, weekends only
Free – 65yr with paid child or toddler
$ 75.00 – Toddler Pack (10 visits w/free adult pass)
$150.00 – Child Pack (10 visits w/free adult pass)
FREE - Honeycomb Village
Membership
N/A

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DESCRIPTION FOR Billy Beez

At Billy Beez the best of the outdoors is brought indoors.  Admission covers entrance to all the wonderful indoor play areas for children and adults with re-entry privileges if you want to leave to get a bite to eat then come back and play. Upon entry, each family member gets coded wrist bands and an identity card. All wrist bands and ID card info must match up when you’re ready to leave. This is a good plan for keeping families together so everyone can run and play without worrying about getting lost or left behind! 

Once you’ve entered it’s time to get everyone’s shoes settled into a cubbie. If you’ve brought snacks or have other things you don’t want to carry around, locker are available...

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TIPS FOR VISITING Billy Beez

1. Bring socks! Non-skid socks are helpful. Maybe even extra clean pairs for wearing home.

2. Bring snacks and drinks if you don’t want to purchase items at their snack shop.

3. Don’t forget to get your parking ticket validated before leaving Billy Beez. First parking hour is free, Billy Beez validates one hour, so if you stay three hours or more, expect to pay $3 an hour for parking.

4. If you bring an infant, keep in mind they do not have high chairs. You may want to bring a carrier or portable seat to make feeding easier.

5. Expect to spend the day, or at least several hours. 

BIRTHDAY PARTY AT Billy Beez

Telephone: (657) 207-4841 to speak with a representative

Birthday parties at BillyBeez are a blast. They have private rooms available starting at $199.99. Pricing includes party food and  reduced price play passes for partygoers. Being a new location, website and social media information is still developing. Right now, online reservations are not available. For now it’s best to call and speak to a representative at (408) 300-9547 to plan a party. 

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