Named for the hero of “An American Tail” (an obscure kiddie reference, and another [‘]80s Spielberg movie), it’s the most spectacular of several playgrounds in Kidzone. The concept is that your kids have been shrunk down to a mouse’s size, and they’re playing among giant everyday items like sardine cans and eyeglasses. They’ll discover slides, nets, and tubes, but my favorite element is the easy water slide on a raft—so yes, make sure your kids have their swimsuits on. The ground is covered with that newfangled soft foam that all the modern playgrounds have. When I was a boy, we got concussions instead.