The family is the basic unit of society—yet statistically, family members are the very people most likely to steal the extra Arch Deluxe you've been saving for all these years. Solidify family alliances and suss out enemies with today's Groupon: for $30, you get $60 worth of laser tag, mini golf, arcade games, and more at HeyDay Entertainment Center in Norman.
HeyDay Entertainment Center engages fun-seekers of disparate ages with laser tag, arcade games, mini -golf, and more. Issue a family challenge to the ropes course ($7 per person for a 15-minute session), where kids can conquer a network of planks and lines, while tethers keep feet a safe distance from malevolent floors that stub toes and tie shoelaces to pit bulls ($7/person for 15-minute session). Laser taggers can wage infrared wars across a 7,000 square foot, dual-level facility filled with bridges, ramps, arches, and pillars ($12 for 30 minutes).
The arcade appeases dance dance revolutionaries and ticket-hungry mini adults through video games and redemption games and business magnates and lemonade-stand tycoons seal important deals on the 18-hole mini-golf course ($6.50 for 18-hole round). An 18-inch Big Dave pizza curbs playtime-induced appetites, making stuffed children sleepy and easy to swindle out of next year's allowance in double-or-nothing mini golf ($13.99).
HeyDay Family Fun
A recipient of last year's Top Family Entertainment Center in North America, HeyDay Entertainment provides activities, games, and fun for adults. On an indoor ropes course, harnessed climbers traverse balance beams and bridges suspended far above the large arcade. From that vantage point, patrons get a bird's eye view of the latest arcade and video games. In the two-level, 7,000-square-foot laser-tag arena, walls of swirling fog close tightly around warriors as they hide under bridges and dodge behind illuminated pillars. The noise of good-natured combat drifts faintly out over 18 holes of mini golf littered with waterfalls, streams, sand traps, and rugged outdoorsmen trying to live off sand.
DoubleDave's Pizzaworks, an onsite family-friendly restaurant and sports bar, quells protesting tummies between games with a menu of strombolis, wings, sandwiches, and hand-tossed pizzas made with fresh-daily dough. Boomerang Grille offers filling sandwiches like the California club and teriyaki chicken, plus a variety of plentiful, colorful salads. The adults-only (21 and up) Revolutions Lounge quenches thirsts, and HeyDay Entertainment offers birthday party, group, and company packages for adults and kids.