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fun house

also fun·house (fŭn′hous′)
n.
A building or an attraction in an amusement park or a carnival that features various devices intended to surprise, frighten, bewilder, or amuse.

fun′ house`


n.
(in an amusement park) a building having devices for surprising and amusing patrons as they walk through it.
[1945–50]
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| Rides include: Bumper cars (PS3) Fun house (PS2) Runaway Train (PS2) Water boats (PS3) Bungee trampoline (PS4) Balloon ride (PS2) Sizzler (PS2) Water Balls (PS4) Children's rides will also be available at a price of two tokens (PS2) per ride.
There's a pool and the Fun House, a separate building full of stuff to amuse kids of all ages.
Fun House - There were a number of different themed fun houses at The Hoppings last year, including jungle and Wild West.
With the course taking inspiration from the likes of TV shows Ninja Warrior, Total Wipeout, Fun House and It's A Knockout, the rain did little to help those taking it on.
Based on the police report, Mamucod was parking his SUV with license plate UHO 229 at the PWD (Persons With Disabilities) slot near the Fun House in Walter Mart building at 1:25 p.m.
It will take adults, and kids, back to the days of Total Wipeout, Fun House and It's A Knockout as they clamber over and through giant inflatables.
The centrepiece was a massive ferris wheel at Paisley Cross, a Santa's Fun House attraction in the High Street, a funfair in County Square and food and drink stalls.
The fair included the Magic Mouse, Top Scan, King Frog, Extreme, Sky Bomber, Freak Out, Golden Gallopers, Miami Trip and the Jumbo Circus fun house, one of the largest mobile fun houses in the country.
Smart Wheels Disney sets include Mickey Ramps Fun House and Minnie Ice Cream Parlor.
The All You Need crew have their Freaky Fun House at the Buff Club in Glasgow.
Gotham's Joker's Fun House is a superbly constructed bit-of-everything, from old-school fun-house mirrors to classic jump scares and a seriously disorientating maze of mirrors that caused my nephew to run headlong into one of the "walls" convinced it was a passageway.