The family is the basic unit of society; yet, statistically, family members are the very people who are most likely to steal the last soda in the fridge. Solidify family alliances and suss out enemies with today's Groupon: for $15, you get four games of mini-golf or mini-bowling, 25 arcade tokens, a large one-topping pizza, and a pitcher of soda at Ben and Ari’s in Fishers. This Groupon is valid for any combination of four games of mini-golf and mini-bowling, which can be split among four people.
Ben and Ari’s, a locally owned and operated family-fun center, offers families a bevy of fun games and tasty snacks in a fun and family-friendly environment. Test your steady-handed mettle with games of mini-golf on two different courses and mini-pin bowling on two different lanes. An arcade with several racing games allows budding racers to practice jumping over semi trucks in the virtual world, where the laws of gravity are suspended and every deft movement is paired with a sound effect, just like gym class. This Groupon includes a pitcher of soda and a large, 14-inch pizza with a topping of your choice to tame voracious hunger like a lasso that softly croons stallions into slumber.
Taunt friends and take out frustrations on a group of hapless pinheads and golf balls at Ben and Ari’s. Unlike other competitive sports, such as dogsled racing and rap battles, mini-bowling and mini-golf have zero barriers to entry and a shallow learning curve.
Today's deal is not valid on May 29 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. due to a private party.
- Ben and Aris is a great place for children to play and have a fun time. – Gerri B., Insider Pages
- This is a really fun place for both kids and adults. It is a great place to hold a birthday party or do a fund raising event as well. My kids love this place. – Rhonda A., Insider Pages
- Ben and Ari's is the BEST place in town to play miniature golf! – eppwolfe, CityVoter
Ben and Ari's
Ben and Ari's accommodates competitors of all levels with a full arcade and pizza kitchen flanked by two 18-hole miniature-golf courses. Both courses mimic the terrain of their larger long-game counterparts, but eschew the giant windmills in favor of dips, bends, and wandering streams that swallow wayward golf balls. The fairways also wind around the centerpiece with bands which trickles in the background during summer festivals and fundraisers.