Join in or watch as your kids enjoy baseball-batting cages, go-karts and bumper boats. Laser tag, miniature golf and a ... More
Join in or watch as your kids enjoy baseball-batting cages, go-karts and bumper boats. Laser tag, miniature golf and a variety of indoor games are other options. Children seven and under can enjoy dinosaur, train and plane rides. Ask about the teen nights for your older children. Take a break from your day of family fun and go indoors to enjoy some delicious pizza or other menu offerings. Celebration Station surely lives upto it's names with this pandora's box of exciting games.
This place is horrible! The arcade games - Most cost a dollar to play, even the really crappy ones. My family and I have been to a lot of places like these and this is by far the most overpriced and boring one we've been to. The miniature golf course sucks. There was no thought put into the holes. Most of them are just straight-aways to the hole, no challenge or fun at all. It would be an okay place for small children who don't go in expecting too much. We ended up giving our tokens we had left and tickets we had won to a little girl and getting the heck out of there because we were so bored!
Took grandkids and family to have a great time. Everyone enjoyed the unlimited bumper boats, the unlimited Go-karts and one round of miniature golf. However, the grandkids got thirsty so I went to the restaurant to get them a drink. The sign said Longnecks (15 inch plastic bottle narow in middle) $6.99 free refill. I purchased 3 thinking they were unlimited refills for $7 each. After all, I can buy 6 bottles of 2 liter sodas for that price at the store. On, NO ......... I was given ONE refill only which was equal to half of a one liter bottle. I was NEVER TOLD it was $7 for the bottle and one refill - their explanation was "the sign says free refill - not free refill"s". So now we are having a heated discussion over the plural definition of the letter "s". Why didn't the sign say 1 (ONE) free refill ?????? Because if they did ...then it would be CLEAR what you are buying and they wouldn't sell very many $7 bottles. So they allow you to be deceived over your interpretation of "free refill". How petty !!!! The lesson learned here......"Bring an ice chest in your car with you to quench your thirst. $7 will buy you alot of sodas for the day. They got me once......I won't make that mistake again !!!!!
The staff was no where to be found. Like some of the others, we lost alot of tokens in broken games. If you look on the internet, what it says, and what goes on is totally different. I thought it was a rip off. The wristband is just for pizza, go carts, and bumper boats. You have to pay extra to do any of the other activities. It was just not worth all the money that it takes to enjoy yourself. I could have stay in my area, and not have spent as much money on the game room we have in Sevenpoints.Noone was there to help us w/ mini golf, the staff was playing game, not helping customers. It was not worth the $200 I spent for 3 hours. I would advise you to go somewhere else if you want to spend your money, and not have it TAKEN from you.
This place is horrible. The staff is not helpful at all, half the machines are broken.
We went there to play laser tag with a group of friends and will never do it again. The "laser tron arena" (that's how they call it) is extremely small, and we had to play every man for himself because the red charger was broken. It's not even half the size of a real laser tag arena.
If any of you want to play laser tag and actually have fun, Laser Quest is definitely the place to go. Any main event would be better than this awful place.
One good thing: the management was so bad that they forgot to make us pay...we had four free laser tag games.
I can see how kids can have fun going there but if you're more than 13 years old, avoid this place because you will be highly disappointed.
i took my two children there, most of the machines were broke and would just take the tokens. I finally got fed up and told the staff that i had lost about 20 tokens, he gave me 3 back. Then i put a $20 dollar bill into the token machine and nothing came out. The staff acted like i was lying. I finally had to call corporate, then they sent me free passes for go karts my children are 3 and 4 they cant even ride the go karts. Do not take your kids there unless you like to throw money away.
its a nice place to go, lots of stuff to do, my bf works there and so i think the staff is nice. But there are better things to do in downtown dallas. so if your going to be in dallas for a while then its a good place to go, if not, dont waste your time on it.
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