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 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). Two-for-one admission to Bird Kingdom, the Niagara Falls aviary (a $13 value) 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. 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.
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.