Playing an arcade game is the most fun a person can have with a quarter, aside from pretending to pull it from your nephew’s ear or giving Queen Elizabeth a tiny makeover. Have a blast with this Groupon.
$59.99 for a Niagara Falls Dining and Sightseeing Package for Two ($212 Total Value)
Dave & Buster’s
- $20 lunch voucher, valid for lunch items such as a half-pound cheeseburger ($14.99), a philly cheesesteak ($16.99), and fish ‘n’ chips ($12.99)
- Admission for two to attractions, including laser tag, the Lazer Maze, 3-D glow-in-the-dark mini putt, Time Freak, and Cannon Blasters (a $75 value)
- $50 Power Card, valid for more than 200 games ranging from arcade classics to interactive video platforms<p>
Available to pick up during your visit to Dave & Buster’s, the package also includes the following passes to attractions throughout Niagara Falls, valid at any time:
$40 dinner voucher to The Keg Steakhouse & Bar<p> While looking out on Niagara Falls’ majestic cascades of club soda, dine on a menu of steak-house cuisine such as teriyaki sirloin steak ($26.95), prime rib ($29.95–$35.95), and grilled salmon with a honey-dijon mustard glaze ($30.95).<p>
Two-for-one admission to Bird Kingdom, the Niagara Falls aviary (a $13 value)<p> At the largest free-flight indoor aviary in the world, witness the day-to-day lives of more than 400 birds as well as reptiles, amphibians, and crustaceans.<p>
24-hour WEGO pass for transportation to Niagara Falls attractions (a $7 value per adult)
Easily navigate the city aboard WEGO shuttle buses, which travel along several routes to popular attractions and hotels throughout the Canadian side of Niagara Falls.<p>
Captain Jack's Fun Center
At Captain Jack's Fun Center, visitors escape to a pirate-themed complex of mini putt, arcade games, and laser tag that sprawls over 40,000 square feet. Cannons and sea creatures thwart revellers in the glow-in-the-dark mini-putt course. Patrons duck and weave through a hide-and-seek-style laser-tag arena teeming with fog tendrils, or hunt for a hidden treasure chest in the depths of the Lazer Maze. Patrons who can’t photosynthesize can refuel at the full-service bar and restaurant, whose menu ranges from burgers to other hearty classics such as fish ‘n’ chips and chicken tenders.