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Bad Axe Throwing, Toronto

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Get in touch with you inner axe thrower at the aptly named Bad Axe Throwing, located in the heart of Toronto. Here you'll learn and practice an old-fashioned activity , originally a way of passing the time in the colonial period. Choose to throw some axes as a team building exercise or a birthday party activity. You can take lessons, play against other teams, and eventually test your axe-wielding skills in a tournament. To visit Bad Axe Throwing and get the most from your holiday in Toronto, create itinerary details personal to you using our Toronto online travel route planner .
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  • A nite filled with laughter and camaraderie, celebrating a friend’s 70th Birthday. I did not know what to expect and turned out to be crazy fun surprise event. My 30 something daughter frequented axe ...  more »
  • When my friends suggested it I thought "why not?"But it was wayy more fun than I thought! At first we cheered each other on to just hit the board then we all got the hang of it and the rivalry began!!...  more »
  • Our small, quiet and reserved team had a blast at this event. Everyone was a little skeptical when they first figured out what we were there for but it did not take long for our Coach, Ryan to get us ...  more »
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  • Went for 1 hour, ended up cancelling my birthday dinner reservations and throwing axes for 3 hours! Such a fun time! BYOB is a big draw too to keep your evening's costs down. It's like going to a bar to hang out with friends but also getting the satisfaction of throwing axes! Staff were very nice. We walked in and were able to start immediately. I'll definitely be doing this again.
  • Very fun place to visit for medium to large sized groups. I believe you need to make reservations a few weeks in advanced so keep that in mind. You will have a bit of time to practice throwing axes beforehand, then will have some time with the coach to learn how to throw. Later you will play 1 or 2 games (putting attendees in groups and scoring axes thrown based on where they land on the target. Then may have some time afterwards for some free throwing. They don't serve food or drink on site. You can bring your own food and/or booze. I loved my time there and would definitely return
  • I have gone to Bad Axe Throwing twice in Toronto and loved it both times. The place has such a great environment, bringing your own drinks and food is such a bonus as well. All the coaches seemed great and super friendly. We had Ryan both times when we went and he really makes the experience easy and fun. I would highly recommend going to Bad Axe, they wont disappoint you.
  • Our small office group (8) went to Bad Axe Throwing at the Toronto location as a pre-holidays outing. Although my team was a little skeptical when they walked in to the surprise outing Ryan our coach immediately convinced everyone to relax and get ready for some fun. Every one of us had a blast. Ryan was very helpful and entertaining for the group. I would definitely go back to this location for some additional fun. Thank you Bad Axe Throwing for getting my team to step outside their comfort zones and have some fun!
  • So much fun! I went with a business networking group as our annual holiday party and I think I can safely say that this has been the most fun networking event I've ever been to. The atmosphere is very welcoming, the staff were all very friendly and helpful, and of course throwing axes is so much fun! Ryan was our instructor and he really organized everything really well, he made sure we were all involved, having fun and most importantly safe.

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