Play Now. Grow Up Later.
All You Need To Know
frequently asked questions
Walk-ins are always welcome, but we DO sell out. You can pre-purchase your Experience Tickets online HERE. Online tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
The Factory is for kids and kids-at-heart! We want everyone to leave their cares at the door and have fun! That’s why our motto is Play Now. Grow Up Later. The Trampolines do not have a weight limit to play but use you best judgement.
There are NO refunds or rainchecks! ALL sales are final. Parties and Group Events will be offered a refund on a Factory Gift Card if the Event is cancelled at least one week in advance. There are no refunds given for people missing from your reservation.
We don’t want your arms overloaded! Leave your things in our Cubbies or Lockers and go PLAY! Lockers are $1.00 to rent. The Factory is NOT responsible for lost, misplaced or stolen items. Be sure to keep up with your locker key, (we will hold onto it for you up front if you ask). If you lose your locker key, there will be a $20 fee to open your locker.
It is always Party Time at The Factory! We bring the FUN & you bring the cake! Want to book a mess-free Birthday? Team-build with the office? Take a high-flying Field Trip? Celebrate a Championship with the Team? Or bring a Group of your favorite friends? We have JUST the event for you! Email or call our Event Coordinator to plan out your details email@example.com, or 256-312-8974.
Get To Know Our Story
Three generations of fun come together to create a one-of-a-kind family entertainment center.
The Factory at 100 Thomas Drive was originally designed and built in the 80’s by Jim Browning. In those days it was a real-deal fully operational factory, complete with machines, tools, forklifts… the works. When Jim retired and sold the business his son, Dan Browning, carried in his dad’s footsteps by opening his own factories in the greater Gadsden area. In 2013 the building Jim built 35 years earlier was up for sale and because of the sentimental value, Dan decided to buy back his dad’s factory. Dan’s daughter, Bethanne, took on the challenge of transforming the old rundown factory into something completely different.
Three generations of Browning’s came together to develop a vision for something that would bring families and friends together to make a positive impact on our community. The vision evolved into what today is known as The Factory; a place where old and young alike can experience a thrill of playing. The Browning family takes fun very seriously and believes the world would be a better place if everyone would take a little time to play. That’s why our motto is: Play Now. Grow Up Later.