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Lazer Planet Ultimate Laser Tag

Laser Tag, Go Karting and Driving, Indoor
Profile iconAges 4+
Location iconGlasgow
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Attraction Information

Lazer Planet Ultimate Laser Tag offers great family entertainment, suitable for everyone aged 6 to 96! It's zero impact and there's no running or climbing involved, so parents can enjoy it just as much as the kids, but beware: you're a bigger target than the kids!

Games start every 20 minutes and comprise a safety briefing, followed by a 15 minute mission in the Arena. Kids will be oriented so they know their energiser points, bases and the emergency exits, before being given the plot, a few tips and reassured that Staff Marshalls will be present and watching.

Up to 30 people can play in a game, divided into 3 teams. The most popular games are Team Games, with or without your base to defend. Every time you are hit your pack is deactivated for a few seconds, and you lose points. When you hit another player, or their base, you score points.

The glow in the dark Arena is a maze which features ramps, towers, and 3 bases: a decent amount of fare for any sniping warrior! It features a futuristic space theme, atmospheric music and lighting effects, all of which are immersive and atmospheric, adding to the fun of the environment!

Most players play 2 or 3 games in a visit, with a break in between. Remember to sort out your team tatics before you enter the Arena!

Opening hours

Monday & Friday 12:00 - 22:00
Wednesday to Thursday 15:00 - 22:00
Saturday to Sunday 09:30 - 22:00 

Location

Address

Lazer Planet Ultimate Laser Tag, 33 John Knox St Clydebank,
Glasgow,
Glasgow and Strathclyde,
G81 1NA,
Scotland

Phone number

0141 641 0222 (option 2)

Pricing

General Admission
2 x 30 minute sessions: £12.00 per person

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