I didn’t think my girls would love playing laser tag so much but they do. Plus it’s something we can do as a family and my husband really enjoys it too. Although, he’s a good sport, I think he gets tired of me schlepping him all over Cincinnati for all the other things we do. But for this activity, he’s all for it. Now, laser tag may be a bit difficult for pre-schoolers since the “mission packs” are a tad heavy, but last year my youngest tried it. Granted, the “mission pack” was as long as she was and probably just as heavy but she loved it. Now that I think about it, my girl had some strength lugging that around while navigating her way through a laser tag course.
There’s going to be a brand new laser tag facility opening soon. It’s called, THE WEB extreme entertainment, and will make its big debut at the end of March. Their facebook page says it all, “The Tri-States newest and most exciting FamilyEntertainment Facility! Featuring Inside Track go-karts, Laser Web laser tag, Hang Ten bowling, Jurassic Park mini-golf and a fantastic arcade and redemption center!” Wow, looks like so much fun.
On March 26, they are having a grand opening celebration. From 6-11pm, you can enjoy all the great features. There’ll be laser tag, Hang Ten mini-bowling, Jurassic Park golf, go-karts, and arcade games. They also have an onsite pizza parlor, Noble Romans & Tuscano’s Italian Subs and the Sweet Spot Ice Cream Shop that features Aglamesis Brothers ice cream (yum yum). 100% of all proceeds for the grand opening celebration will benefit the Anthony Munoz Foundation and Mr. Munoz will make a special guest appearance. You can purchase the tickets the night of the event for $15/kids 9 and under and $25/10 and up. The ticket price includes all the attractions but there are some age limitations. Golf and bowling are open to all ages but you have to be at least 7 years old to play laser tag. In order to ride the go-Karts, you have to be 10 years old and 54” (if under 10 then you can ride with a licensed driver if you are able to be secured safely). It’s nice to know that THE WEB is big on promoting family safety.
In addition to the new West Chester location, Laser Web is also located in Centerville (their Fairfield location will be closing March 14). When the weather warms up you can also enjoy Adventure Golf South in Centerville. Both locations are great places in Cincinnati to host a child’s birthday party. A place where they can play hide and seek, play arcade games, eat pizza & ice cream and zap people with cool toys that have sound effects sounds like a winning combination to me.THE WEB extreme entertainment 7172 Cincinnati Dayton Rd
West Chester, Ohio