The Game

The action takes place in a darkened, pulsating and misty arena where players must pit their wits against the opposition. Use a combination of stealth and tactics in order to zap the opposite team and win the game!


During normal Fun Farm opening hours

£2.50 on top of normal entrance - adults can play too!


Book your party with LaserTag today. Choose from one of the great packages below to find out more information.

Blaster Party

Two games of Laser Tag in the arena

30 minutes in our massive play area

30 minutes in one of our themed party rooms

Party Invites

Exclusive Arena use

Choice of hot or cold meals with ice cream desserts

Jugs of squash throughout the party

Party length: 2 hours

Available during normal opening times

£15.50 per person

Private Hire,

Unlimited games of Laser Tag

Exlcusive use of the Arena or play area

No age limit

Available all week after 6:30pm, except Fridays. (Sundays, after 5pm)

£360 for 20 players, including meal (£15 per additional person)
£285 for 20 players, excluding meal (£11.50 per additional person)


Book your party now by Online Booking.

Note: Terms & Conditions apply to all party bookings.


Some of the most commonly asked questions, complete with answers.

What is Laser Tag Battle Zone?

Laser Tag is an electronic, interactive LaserTag game, utilizing the latest technology. Players have an laser gun each, and either individually or as a team use stealth and tactics to target the opposing players or teams, gain the most points and win the game.

The action takes place in a unique laser arena. This darkened, pulsating and misty arena has smoke and special light effects to add to the excitement! Laser Tag games are computer controlled and the players scores are wirelessly recieved so at the end of the game to see who is top gun.

Does it hurt?

The game is harmless, unless you run into objects or another player. However, if you follow the game rules you will not get hurt.

What age do you have to be to play Laser Tag?

There is a minimum age of 4 years old to play Laser Tag. Any children under the age of 4 must be accompanied by an adult. However there is not age limit for private party bookings.

Do children need supervision while playing Laser Tag?

In the Arena there is no need to supervise the children. However, children under the age of 4 must be accompanied by an adult.

What if I/my children don't like the dark?

The Arena is decorated with glow in the dark paint and UV lights which means that there is some visibility. If a player would like to play the game but does not like the dark, we advice them to wear white clothing as it will glow brightly in the dark.

What happens if there are problems during the game (e.g technical issues or injury)?

If there are problems during the game then you should report these to a member of the Laser Tag staff.

Do you have to book before you arrive?

During normal Fun Farm opening hours, you do not have to book to play a game. However, if you bring a party of over 10 people, we recommend that you book a party with us. This also gives you exclusive use of the Laser Tag arena.

How many people do you need to play?

Each Laser Tag game can have up to 20 people playing at any one time. You need a minimum of 2 people to play a game.

Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions apply to all parties, bookings and general admissions.

1, Minimum of 10 players per party for exclusive use of the Laser Tag Arena.

2, Birthday parties are suitable for 4 to 12 year olds. At least two guardian must accompany each party.

3, A £25 deposit is required to secure party reservations and other bookings.

4, Smaller or larger groups can be catered for, but may not receive exclusive use of the Laser Tag Arena.

5, Laser Tag & Fun Farm reserves the right of admission.

6, Management may change or withdraw any promotion or offer without any prior notice.

7, Customers may only use one promotional token per transaction, unless otherwise stated. These may also not be used in conjunction with any other offer.

8, Management may refuse admission to the premises.