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The Factory - Franklin, Franklin
(4.1/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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  • My boyfriend and I were visiting Franklin and decided to check out the factory! They had over 100 games and very reasonable prices per game's. Out door go karts were not running due to the cold and th...  more »
  • We love the Factory we go and walk around and celebrate the fireworks. Our anniv. is July 1 so we go here so celebrate been doing it for 14 yrs. We eat at Fatz's then go to the Factory. We have no chi...  more »
  • This was good for a cold afternoon with nothing to do. Bring your money though. We spent about $50 for about 2 hrs. It was worth it since we had no.plans for the day on our trip to Bryson City. The dr...  more »
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  • Like Chuck-E-Cheese, but with stuff for adults as well as kids. Lots of Video Games. Play area for the kids. Mini Golf and more. If you like fun, this is the place to go.
  • Go Karts are heavily mismatched in terms of speed, but were still fun. Time play for the arcade games was definitely the best method. Too bad that appears to be restricted to group purchases.
  • My boys love this place every time we visit Franklin. They recently added trampolines which gives the kids something to do besides just feeding the ticket monster. Like any arcade the prizes are usually junk but the kids love winning tickets anyway. Some of the machines are designed just for that purpose. They also have video games and skill games for kids that aren't interested only in prizes.
  • Do NOT go here if you going primarily to jump on the trampolines. It is highly disorganized. Dodge ball should be renamed to throw the ball and never get out. They do not call the dodge ball game. My children got petty angry about that as did other children. Most kids just left the dodge ball area, which is about third of the attraction. It also seems highly irresponsible of the Factory to allow children that are 5 and under into this area with bigger kids. We've been to the Launch Pad and it is far superior and by far the best bet in the area of your kids are wanting to go to a trampoline park.
  • more than enough activitys for the kids and the y0ung adults as well....but understaffed is an understatement.....