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Adventure Landing, Raleigh
(2.4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I used to take my kids here all the time. Prices are reasonable - it's not like Disney World where you pay $400 to get in the gates. Per person. It has all the amenities you've read about (golf, go-ca...  more »
  • We loved the mini golf and go karts. Skip the food, it's mediocre, but there's groupons available often for a good deal! 
  • I paid $50 to get 320 tokens as a gift for my husband to use the batting cages. I assumed tokens are tokens since nowhere on that site does it say that arcade tokens and batting cage tokens are differ...  more »
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  • Packages are a decent value. Laser tag equipment needs an overhaul. Course is phenomenal but guns and vests are shifty. Good is good. Putt putt average. Go carts are great. Video games are behind those of Dave and busters.
  • Really fun place to go. I like the laser tag indoor feild and the go carts are nice. The pizza is good too.
  • Scary racists ruined it for my kid! So, when my son went in to play laser tag there was a group of rowdy rude teenagers. My son was the only one of his race in that group. When he came out he said one of them hit and pushed him and called him racist names which he did not want to repeat. Names that rhyme with donkey and hacker.....you catch my drift? I guess anybody can be racist. It was uncomfortable complaining to the management because they were also of the same race as the teens. I did not want to use the other two tickets we purchased to go back in there but they did not want to refund our money, saying the tickets would never expire...as if we would want to come back with hooligans being nasty and RACIST. We will spend our dollars elsewhere thank you. Employees were nice, but the crowd was unruly and obnoxious and in need of some discipline. It is sad and MLK would not approve of their behavior.
  • Today our family of 5 participated in mini golf(two 18 golf courses!), laser tag, and go carts. We had a great time, was relatively inexpensive, and had a ton of fun. They also had a batting cage and an indoor arcade. Will definitely return!
  • DO NOT GO AFTER DARK IF YOU PLAN ON PLAYING PUTT-PUTT; THE COURSE IS NOT WELL LIT AT ALL. I WENT AT 10PM AND MOST OF THE HOLES WERE VERY DIFFICULT TO SEE WITH IT BEING SO DARK OUT. ALSO THE HOLES WERE VERY BORING.. NOT A "CHALLENGING" COURSE. THE FACILITY IS OLD AND RUN DOWN BUT STILL A FUN TIME FOR THE PRICE YOU PAY. NEXT TIME I WILL KNOW TO GO WHILE THERE IS STILL DAYLIGHT.