Since its invention, laser tag has entertained as many children as laser hopscotch, laser jacks, and laser red rover have vaporized combined. For $9, score a round of intense, beam-streaming competition ($11) and a round on the ropes course ($7) with today's deal to Golf & Games Family Park (an $18 total value). Golf & Games Family Park opens at 8 a.m. and stays open late seven days a week.
Lasertron is a popular, branded form of laser tag played in a double-decked laser-tag arena. With multiple game variations and Power-Up modes, there is no shortage of laser-based entertainment for players to enjoy. One session consists of four six-minute game bursts for fast-paced, ultra-futuristic fun. An observation window is available for concerned parents and those who don't feel ready to face the battlefield after the space invasion of 1967. The ropes course, or Sky Trail, provides a jungle's worth of cinematic rope bridges, horizontally strung cables, ropes, and boards that operate as obstacles to finding the presumed Dr. Livingston. Players wear safety harnesses so that the adventure flick doesn't turn into a disaster film. With today's deal, you get to run the course once, either before or after your laser session, or on another day altogether, if you so choose.
- …this miniature golf and games complex claims to be the largest of its kind in the world; whether or not that claim is true, your kids will find plenty to do. – Frommer's
- We were in town visiting family and decided to head over to Golf & Games to let the kids blow some off [sic] energy and they had a great time. The staff was friendly and helpful. – Thomas, Google Maps
Golf & Games Family Park
Thrill-seekers of all ages weave through Golf & Games Family Park’s 40-acre mini metropolis of indoor and outdoor attractions. Scampering legs can dart and dash through the neon-clad, 6,000-square-foot indoor laser-tag arena. A burbling waterfall streams through the park’s 54-hole mini-golf course, hemmed by lush landscaping and statues of various jungle-inhabiting creatures. Bumper boats bob in cerulean waters churned by colliding vessels as they circle a central, life-size elephant statue, and two go-kart courses cater to future and present-day adults. Guests can engage in more conventional contests such as volleyball, basketball, and horseshoes within the bucolic tree lines that frame the open picnic pavilions or hone various swing types at the park’s batting cages, 120-stall driving range, and spacious putting green.
5484 Summer Ave
Memphis, Tennessee 38134Get Directions