Since its invention, laser tag has entertained as many children as laser hopscotch, laser jacks, and laser red rover have vaporized combined. Score four rounds of intense, beam-streaming competition with today's deal: for $10, you get four games of laser tag at The Lost City (a $24 value) in Holland. The Lost City pits friend against friend in a rush of lights amid their 5,000-square-foot Laser Storm arena. Duck, dash, and roll as crimson beams flash across the darkened, black-lit playing field where the red and green teams battle during games that last approximately 20 minutes and include up to 35 players. Players distracted by the painted pyramids and celestial bodies adorning the walls risk being zapped by the enemy team and being sent back to the base for a laser-beamer reboot. The battle-weary can also spend some extra coin and decompress with mini golf, mini bowling, a video arcade, and a café while swapping stories about vintage tag games played with flung rocks, textbook shields, an plenty of tears.
Five TripAdvisors give The Lost City an average of four owl eyes.
- The staff was EXTREMELY attentive and helpful to make the day a huge success! – Jeff Zeeland, TripAdvisor
- I brought my youth group for a laser tag outing. The staff set it up for us to do a fundraiser for our youth mission trip. We had a great time and we were able to raise a good amount of money. The staff was friendly and helpful. – ac49423, TripAdvisor
The Lost City
An indoor family-entertainment center, The Lost City invites fun seekers young and old to enjoy a wide range of gaming venues, including a sprawling laser-tag arena, an indoor mini-golf course, an arcade, and a Highway 66 mini-bowling alley. Lasers fly through fog and atmospheric lighting within a multilevel laser-tag arena that spans 5,000 square feet. Participants wear vests and wield phasers as they rack up scores that are then recorded on their individual scorecards. The Lost City’s nine-hole mini-golf course has a Gobi Desert theme, complete with palm trees, pyramids, and camels. To continue a competitive night with friends, head to the 10-pin bowling lanes, which switch between classic woodgrain and a black-lit road theme, or guests can challenge their hand-eye coordination at an arcade with air hockey and redemption games.
12330 James St.
Holland, Michigan 49424Get Directions