This indoor skydiving simulator (the first in the U.S.) uses a vertical wind tunnel created by a 120-mile-per-hour blast from a jet engine that lifts you off the ground and allows you to hover between six to 12 feet in the air. Participants suit up in safety gear and take a half-hour safety and training course to prepare for their flight. Five people at a time enter the simulator, accompanied by an instructor, and take turns flying. Spectators (including younger siblings) can watch through windows that look into the circular flying chamber. You can even buy a photograph or video of your flight for an extra fee. Kids can be any age but must weigh at least 40 pounds to fly, and adults must satisfy maximum height and weight restrictions for liftoff. Be sure to bring sneakers or other closed footwear.