Go-karts allow people to experience the thrill of driving without having to hear annoying radio ads or accidentally visit the World's Biggest Waffle. Stay on the grid with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for an all-day activity pass for one with one $5 arcade game card (up to a $39.90 value)
- $40 for all-day activity passes for two with two $5 arcade game cards (up to a $79.80 value)
Each all-day pass grants adults and kids at least 36 inches tall access to 12 attractions (excluding the Andretti Challenge and ropes course), including four go-kart tracks, an 18-hole miniature golf course, the Wave Rave paddle boats, the Wild West Train ride, laser tag, batting cages, the playground, and the kiddie area. Height and age requirements vary per attraction. Guests can use their $5 arcade game cards towards a variety of virtual reality, ticket redemption, sport, and combat games in the park's 7,000-square foot game room, such as air hockey and Nascar Racing.
Though Andretti Thrill Park sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
Andretti Thrill Park
Racers fly over the European-style road course, whipping past red-and-black boundaries as they maneuver in and out of the turns and straightaways. While they jockey for position and widen the gap between them and the competition, they listen to the race coverage on their radio helmets, striving to improve on their last lap time by cracking a whip over their engines until they gallop up to 40 miles per hour. This is the Andretti Challenge, one of five go-kart tracks within the six-acre Andretti Thrill Park.
The park’s attractions span amusements for nearly every age, from tyke-friendly fun on Rookie Row to single and double karts on the Super Speedway. The park also encompasses nonmotorized fun, such as the Andretti Edge climbing wall, mini bowling, and a tokenless, card-based arcade. And, as expected at any family amusement park, Andretti's staff includes a team dedicated to handling parties so that parents don't have to sneak into the park at midnight and power the arcade with their car battery. This scope and quality of entertainment earned Andretti Thrill Park the 2011, 2012, and 2013 Best of Melbourne Award: Amusement Parks from the US Commerce Association.