Laser tag is a less damaging version of paintball—there’s no physical objects being fired at you and it’s much easier to wash the lasers off your clothes when you get home. Take a shot with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$39 for a four-hour Jak’s Ride Plus indoor-play package for two children, valid Monday–Friday (up to a $79.98 total value)
$75 for a four-hour Jak’s Ride Plus indoor play package for four children, valid Monday–Friday (up to a $159.96 total value)
- Four-hour Jack’s Ride Plus package (up to a $29.99 value per child)
- One 22-point pay-as-you-play card per child for arcade games and attractions (a $10 value each)<p>
Each Jack’s Ride Plus package grants children unlimited access to seven attractions, including the go-karts, laser maze, bumper cars, and Ballocity field, for up to four hours. The package also includes admission for two adult supervisors. After the four hours are up, pay-as-you-play points can be used toward the same attractions, which range in cost from 8 to 16 points per child, as well as arcade games.<p>
Jak's Warehouse's bright green, off-kilter sign hints at the fun to be had behind its weathered-brick entryway. Within the industrial-themed indoor playground, children dodge beams of light in a laser maze, collide in a bumper-cars arena, and navigate tunnels and launch volleys of foam balls in a Ballocity climbing structure. Under the glow of black lights, they compete in games of laser tag and play through a nine-hole, city street-themed mini-golf course. The four-story Sky Trail climbing structure’s elevated platforms and swinging ropes let small visitors nearly touch the ceiling of the expansive space, while on the ground, nearly 100 modern arcade games fill the Warehouse floor with lights and Morse-code messages from Pac Man to his wife. Though Jak’s Warehouse doesn't permit outside food or drink, casual café fare is available at the on-site Forklift Restaurant, including sandwiches, hot dogs, and pizzas.