Accurately described as paintball without the bruises, laser tag is a non contact combat game played with harmless infra red weaponry that nevertheless have a great visual affect so you can really feel you're in a living computer game! This laser tag arena is played in a semi dark futuristic setting, with lots of military minded metal work to help make the game immersive. You'll have plenty of places to hide (for a time) while you choose your next target, then zap them before they zap you! And for goodness sake be sure they're not on your team!
The equipment is light to carry and easy to use, so the lower age limit applicable here of 8 years is generally perfectly sufficient to ensure that they're neither weighed down by the backpack or overly concerned by the environment. That said it is dark and affecting, so be sure before you send them alone that you shouldn't be playing wingmom.
They get score cards at the end so they know how well they did, plus of course the briefing before they even start and the watchful gaze of the marshals in between times. Safety first. But firepower second!
Daily opening but pre booking required.
36 Grizedale Road,
One Hour £15 pp min 8 people but you can often mix with other groups.
Blackpool Laser Tag has not told us about their parking.
No, there are no toilets available.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Yes, you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.
No, Blackpool Laser Tag is not wheelchair friendly.
No, Blackpool Laser Tag have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
Blackpool Laser Tag has not told us if they are dog friendly.