Clients can feel like Vikings, only throwing axes toward wooden bull’s-eyes in a safe environment
About This Deal
- During the session, participants hurl hatchets toward a target, aiming for the bull’s-eye. Before the activity, an axe marshal instructs patrons on the proper technique, safety rules, and scorekeeping.
- Must be 21 or older.
- Closed-toe covering provided if needed.
Need To Know
About Celtic Axe Throwing
Closed-toe shoes and an eye on the prize—a chop-laden wooden bull's-eye—is all participants need to succeed at Celtic Axe Throwing. But, if they do desire a helping hand, lane marshals are on duty to instruct patrons on the proper technique and safety rules. An off-shoot of Feckin Brewery, Celtic Axe Throwing uses axes with wooden handles to avoid the bounce-back that usually accompanies rubber-handled hatchets. Friends and family keep score during double-elimination brackets from outside of the lanes, each of which is 14-feet long and fully enclosed.