Happylon is a chain amusement park packed with enough fun things to do for a whole day. The Happylon at Filion Shopping Centre is the biggest indoor amusement park in Moscow with 200 video game machines, 12 "extreme" rides varying in complexity, a racetrack, carousels for toddlers, a five-story labyrinth and a rollercoaster. To enjoy any or all amusements and rides at the park, visitors buy a "game card" for 30 rubles, put money on it, and then spend the money however they choose. The smallest visitors make straight for the nursery or the Poprygun or Veterok amusements, where they get tossed up to the ceiling or ride a chain carousel. Older kids will prefer other enjoyments, such as the UFO pendulum, 180-degree rotating bench, air hockey, free-falling tower, or other similar breath-taking experiences. Happylon welcomes kids' birthday parties, in which case a different set of rules applies: the kids get entertained by an animator, the birthday boy or girl gets to blow out the candles on the cake, etc. Happylon has a restaurant with three "party rooms," and a kids' menu.