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Bedlam Essex

Paintballing, Laser Tag, Outdoor
Profile iconAges 9+
Location iconAbridge
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Boy playing paint ball at Bedlam Essex in Abridge

Attraction Information

Bedlam is the home for all things action. With centres across the UK - from the woods of Scotland to the South Downs - you’re never far from a new adventure.

They’re renowned for their award-winning paintball zones which commit to a painstaking level of detail. Take the Essex Call of Duty experience: it features bombed out shipping containers, a genuine Russian tank and military Land Rovers! Every centre issues top notch equipment, including a battle pack and thermal goggles as standard. Plus in collaboration with Xtreme Karting, selected centres are offering exclusive Karting and Paintball packages in which you can split the day between the two.

Bedlam’s Lasertag experience is at the cutting edge with fresh scenarios and the latest equipment. It’s a great way to simulate the thrill of the chase but in a zero impact team environment. For kids obsessed with combat games, this would be the ideal way to drag them away from their screens. Children from 8 years and up might also like to try out JT Splatmaster - a low impact style of paintballing which is always popular for birthdays and family outings.

  • Immersive gaming experiences: Paintballing, Lasertag and JT Splatmaster
  • Award winning sites across the UK
  • A great way to get kids outside and active

Opening hours

Entry is through pre-booking only. 

Location

Address

Pryors Farm, Patch Park,
Abridge,
Essex,
RM4 1AA,
England

Phone number

08442 473271

Pricing

Laser Tag: A group booking is a 2 hour session for up to 10 players for £300.00. Additional players are £30.00 per person

Splatmaster: A group booking is a 2 hour session for up to 10 players for £300.00. Additional players are £30.00 per person

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