Laser Tag Party
Choose a Laser Tag party venue near you
Tooting Leisure Centre
With use of either the Squash Courts or the Dance Studio, Tooting Leisure Centre is ready to host the best kids party in South LondonExplore the venue
Tolworth Rec Centre
The space available within the venue’s Croft Hall means Tolworth Recreation Centre is one of the best party venues in Surrey.Explore the venue
The Guildford Spectrum has always been a great venue for a kids party, and even provides the option of after-the-party catering.Explore the venue
Esher Church School
This venue has both outdoor and indoor party options. You can use the sports fields, the dedicated Sports Hall, or a combination of both.Explore the venue
Laser Tag FAQs
Children’s Laser Tag is a bit like hide and seek – with added Laser X Blasters and Chest Targets! It’s a fun game, with a harmless infrared Laser Beam on each Blaster. The objective is to tag other players without being tagged yourself.
- Safety talk and run-through of the rules
- Organise the group into teams
- Hand out the equipment
- Laser Tag begins, with 4 – 6 different games to be played.
Each player starts with a set number of Lives on their Chest Target. Once the Lives are lost, the player is technically out. Players cannot cover their Chest Target with their hands.
- A variety of Laser X Blasters & Chest Targets
- Camouflage Tents as barricades
- Disco & UV Lighting
- Music system
Yes, on the basis it’s compatible with other Laser X Blasters.
Anything from a Village Hall to Sports Hall. The average Village Hall is roughly 13 metres by 7 metres, and provides plenty of room to play Laser Tag.
Yes, Laser Tag can be run outside, but we won’t be able to use our UV or Disco Lights unless it’s in a darkened hall.
We don’t recommend that any children younger than 5 years of age (School Year 1) play Laser Tag.
We use a selection of ‘Laser X Blasters’.