Well-trained staff guide attendees in the art of hurling an axe during a two hour session
What You'll Get
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- One-Hour Axe-Throwing Session for One Person; Walk-in Only
- Two Hour Axe Throwing Session for One Person
- Two Hour Axe Throwing Session for Two People
- Two Hour Axe Throwing Session for Four People
- Two Hour Axe Throwing Session for Six People
- Two Hour Axe Throwing Session for Up To Eight People
- Two Hour Axe Throwing Session for Up To Ten People
What to expect: Bury the Hatchet’s warehouse-style space is expressly for ax-throwing. First, instructors lead one-on-one safety lessons before the two hour sessions get underway. Bury the Hatchet works tournament-style, letting groups of up to 12 players compete against each other in knockout rounds. Those who take a liking to the sport can go on to perfect their hatch-heaving skills in of Bury the Hatchet’s leagues.
Walk-in only option: After checking in at the front desk, an instructor will provide a short safety lesson on how to throw the axe. Then you are free to throw on your own for the full hour, with supervision from an axemaster to make sure safety protocols are being followed.
- Age restrictions: 14 is the minimum age to participate; anyone under 18 must have parental supervision
- Offer valid only at Toms River Location
- Closed-toe shoes required
- Participants may bring their own beverages and food
- Please arrive 20-25 minutes prior to the booking time
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The Fine Print
About Bury The Hatchet
Afternoons throwing darts or playing shuffleboard are a thing of the past thanks to Bury The Hatchet, where visitors send 1.5-pound wood and metal hatchets whirling toward targets. Trained "throwing coaches" show groups how to safely handle the hatchets and throw them with accuracy before letting visitors loose to show off their skills. Group tournaments pit friends against friends in search of the elusive bullseye, with big-screen TVs to keep track of scores. No prior knowledge is necessary.