Blazer Tag Adventure CenterCurrently Closed
- Address: 1701 W Ben White Blvd, Austin, TX 78704, USA, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5124620202
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Entertainment, Family And Kids, Games
Blazer Tag Adventure Center - Review
If you are looking for a perfect evening with your friends of family, the Blazer Tag Adventure Center will be a perfect choice to experience unlimited fun. This immaculate large venue offers a fabulous laser tag feature with towers and ramps, arcade zone and the thrilling Sky Trail Rope Course. Before you enter the laser tag arena, the staffs will brief you about the methods and the safety measures to be taken. The three storeys of the course with neon lights are enough to keep you engrossed and active. The staffs will also provide you pitchers of water, popcorn, pizzas and other snacks so that you are not left hungry after a thrilling gaming session. It is a completely family-oriented venue and you will love it.
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How To reach Blazer Tag Adventure Center by Public Transport
- Bus 30 to stop –Ben White / Gillis
Blazer Tag Adventure Center, Austin Reviews
Great fun!! Lots of fun for kids and grown ups. Great games, not too much of a rip-off (like certain pizza buffet places...). Laser tag is pretty awesome!! Ropes course thing is cool but they may be taking it down and maybe replacing it soon? Very friendly and helpful staff, too.
We actually had a really good time !! The only thing that sucked was a kids birthday party happening, and they weren't on the same team. So they were picking on smaller kids(my son included) for shooting their friends. I actually had to tell one child to get her mom (she never did) after she bumped into me for tagging her friend even though they were on different teams. I had to let her know I was an adult and not a child. The tenants watching the floor did the best they could making sure people followed the rules. Hopefully when we return we can keep the children comfortable because all of us were on separate teams. The cost was great ! The arena was huge ! And the pizza wasn't so bad lol.
Did their lock in for 14.95 and all the games you want, from midnight till 7am...and yes I nerded out and stayed the entire time. It was worth it, paid for its self in the first hour and the staff made that an experience to remember. I'll be doing the next lock in they have, it's just too much fun not to. Love this place as a kid, and still do today!
I’ve been coming here since I was very little, probably as far back as as 2 years old, so 18 years. Over the years, I’ve seen this tag game evolve and grow and it never seems to surprise me. I go for Blazer Tag and the thrill it brings ~ An excellent family activity with more than enough room to play in. Their sky bridge, I haven’t been interested in or tried as I’m a bit too old for, at this point. I’ve seen games disappear and not so many come back. Perhaps some arcade game trading? More pinball machines? The updated version of Hydro Thunder? Gauntlet (as there used to be, 10+ years ago). Maintenance on Pac-Man, as the lever sticks upwards. Basic maintenance on seat adjustments for the racing games, as half are loose and do not match anymore. The rock wall being removed was probably the biggest letdown, over the years. Understandable with regulations, not so much understandable not ever replacing with something new (Sky lines are a bit too boring, sorry). Kids will be kids, but I’d love to bring groups of people but I only see it running down, slowly. Something I wish for is some continued Arena growth and planning, as well as lighter packs (children aren’t able to play as well, believe me, I remember. They have since updated their packs since then, of course). The packs being heavy adds a fun sense of armor but if the straps were updated, I’m sure I’d have more fun. Clip on adjustable belt straps, maybe? Hydro Thunder needs to be paired (it hasn’t been for a couple years now, please Somebody preform maintenance of these). Some updated arcade games could be of use as these new arcades have been coming out. Hopeful for continued growth and development, as well as improved maintenance. Thank you.
Had my daughter's birthday party there. The kids had a blast. Could have used more tokens in the package.