There are few things more exhilarating than being chased through a dark maze of obstacles. You can experience this thrill at ... More
There are few things more exhilarating than being chased through a dark maze of obstacles. You can experience this thrill at Laser Quest in downtown Nashville. Strap on a laser rifle and chase your friends around the obstacle course. The rifles shoot an invisible, harmless beam of light. If you hit your target, your rifle records the "kill". The laser tag game is perfect for either children's parties or corporate recreation. If you plan on bringing a large group, call ahead to reserve the course.
Staff is not prepared to handle amount of people and refreshments are inadequate. I have been comming to these each month from 7-08 to 3-09 and only one overnighter was smoothly handled. The event is to have games that are not as they are regularly.But most matches are the same as 15 min. or ironman30 min. I would love some different stuff new!
My friends and I went here and wont go back, Laser mania is better and cheeper!!
First we got acosted by a street person on 2nd ave then when we went to sign up for a game the staff was rude, then when we went to go play the equipment didnt work right .. ok the writer before me was right Laser Mania of Spring Hill IS WAY BETTER!!!
We get to park in a safe place, and the staff and owners are nicer, and the equipment actually works.
Oh and did I mention they are CHEEPER?
SO you could say that we were not happy.
We wont be back, and there were 15 of us together.
What a waste of a drive and the money.
We took our group to this place and the staff was rude to us. We have talked to another laser tag place in Spring Hill about bringing our group there, and we will be going there this weekend.
Laser Quest is not convenient as the parking was HORRIBLE, We got bombarded by street people, and with the price of gas these days we should have started at The Spring Hill location we would have saved money and headaches.
We have decided that you get better customer service at a privately owned establishment rather than a Corporate one.
We highly recommend not going to Laser Quest if you can help it.
The staff is just so rude that we do not recommend it.
this place was co0l!! hahaha.. been lots of times.. except there is this one player there that also works there... for someone who has to read the rules to us all the time.. doesnt really follow them very well...=/.. i hated him!! but the place was great!! wo0 wee! =)
it was great but if you dont want to have to pay to park and you want to play a place that is just as good or sometimes even better and BIGGER head to spring hill and play Laser Mania They have almost the same stuff and a much bigger maze!!!! Towers and not only the single shot laser but also a Shot Gun!!! WOOOOTTTTT!!!!!!!
We wanted to take the 8th and 9th grade students that scored distinguished on their Arts and Humanities and Practical Living part of the Kentucky KCCT tests, to a place they would never forget as a reward for their efforts on the test. We took over 70 students to play Laser Tag, sing karoake, and play games. The teachers and students had so much fun. We will always have positive memories of this trip.
We told the staff how many pizza's we would need and they had them there for us at the times we requested. The staff was fantastic
and seemed to really want us to have a good time. We felt safe at this facility even
though we were in a big city that so many of our kids had not seen.
It was so great we are taking another 44
students to reward them also. They are
5th and 6th graders. This game is for the
young and old.
Thank you Laser Quest of Nashville for an
Trigg County Schools
i loved laser quest!
it was amazing. the field was awesome. the staff was great.
when you first go in you get a code name and the code name is on your actuator. then you go into this room with black lights[it really amazed our group..haha] then they explain to you your "backpack" and your gun.
the field was so cool.like you had these two towers. and there were so many different directions to go,and it was a maze.there were differnt games you could play.ironman,where you had like 30 minutes and unlimited deaths.heros and sidekicks, the hero had to protect the sidekick because the sidekick had 10 lifes and the hero and unlimited.teams, where you was either on the red or green team[you backpacks would show you after you actuate it with your actuater] then you had two different groups with both red and green members. then you went up into two different towers and tried to kill all of the other people that wasn't on your team.then,when all the other team members are out, the winning team of that tower goes up into the other tower to help your team take out the other team.
they also had code names.like mine was athena.so whenever i shot someone, athena would show up on their gun. and whenever somebody shot me, their code name would show up on my gun.
after most games, you get a score card.with your score, who shot you and where, and who you shot and where.
it's really fun! but it's better when you have a big group.and when you "rent" the place for the night.the staff gets to play if there is not even players.
I love all the different things you can do. you can sing karoke and play in the arcade room. i love the idea of codenames- that'S awesome!!! I also love the layout of the maze and the music they play makes you feel like you are in a video game and when u are done they give you a score card! This is the BEST PLACE EVER!!!! I PROMISE!!!
Went on a date-super fun. Cheap prices, awesome atmosphere. Adrenaline High doesn't even begin to explain-like being in mission impossible or something. Watch out for the guys that are there every night though-their laser stalkers. LOL
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