The employees were very friendly but not super knowledgeable in ax throwing. Luckily I’ve done it a few times so I was good but for a first timer that can be challenging. The wood they use isn’t very sturdy and the axes were not very good as well. I’m sure the other activities offered at this location are fun but the axe throwing should be axed.
You can bring in your own nerf guns/darts for the nerf room if you want, and you can also bring your own things to destroy for the rage room (they just have to approve that its safe). Didnt have enough room on my review to add this but its important to know bc we would have brought our own nerf guns. The ones they have jam very easy & are run down. Otherwise fun time, just only worth it if on sale
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Archery arrow tag takes elements of archery and dodgeball, all while maintaining a safe environment
Clothing requirements: long leggings or joggers to protect legs from scrapes or turf burns
Group sizes larger than two are recommended for this experience
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About Brainy Actz
Before scrounging for clues or staging battles inside one of the Brainy Actz game rooms, there's one place guests will want to look: between their ears. For brains, wit, and critical thinking are the greatest weapons at this activity center.
Winding laser mazes challenge the physicality of teammates and groups. Real-life escape room scenarios immerse guests in dire circumstances. And battles waged over Archery Tag and Nerf Wars offer a chance to challenge friends and family to a competitive game. Even guests who prefer a more hands-on type of fun can exercise their brain (and their green thumb) in a succulent gardening workshop.