Some laser tag ideas for a kid's party include throwing the party at an indoor laser tag arena or finding an outdoor laser tag park. Another option is to create a laser tag space in a rented space or a large outdoor area. This requires renting equipment including laser guns and body wear that registers the laser light.Continue Reading
At an indoor arena party, parents either rent a hosted party time, or take a small group of kids to the arena during business hours. Many hosted parties include a private decorated room, food, drinks, cake and game passes or tokens for the guests. Another option is to rent out the entire arena to allow the party unlimited access to laser tag play, arcades and any other features offered at the arena.
At an outdoor arena party, parents have the option of purchasing a party package or bring enough guests to create two teams in separate colors for team play. Party packages include staff supervisors who keep the guests engaged in game play and guide them through the courses. Another option is to reserve a space at a preserve or park and set up an original tag arena design. The adults can determine the rules and post them or recite them for the kids to keep play safe and productive.
The invitations should include information about the safety of the lasers used and the kind of supervision provided at the party. Many arenas provide food options, but some allow guests to bring their own food. Many arenas also have an age limit, such as 10 years and up. If the arena requires a dress code, it is detailed on the invitation or communicated to attending guests beforehand.Learn more about Party Themes & Decor