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Frankie's Fun Park, Raleigh

(3.8/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I love this place..we went back twice more before we left SC...wish they would come to Florida...different courses, go-carts...mics...we will go back 
  • Go to Dave and Busters instead. This is an older sort of amusement/arcade area. Some of the equipment (the air hockey table for example) doesn't even work properly and charged you $2 for the privilege...  more »
  • Flew to Raleigh to see my sharks beat the hurricanes but my sharks drown in the Hurican a arena. Needed something to do for 5 hours and went mini golf. Place is great mini golf number cars and bumper ...  more »
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  • Frankie's can be quite the fun place to take your family, in particular families with younger children, but the prices can keep a lot of people at away. At $6 a person for either a single go on the go-carts or session of laser tag, you have to be willing to shell out some serious money for a good time. The arcade games indoors offer a cheaper means of entertainment, but not by a whole lot. Most arcade games cost around $1 to play which is a little pricey for most arcade games. All in all, Frankie's has a lot to offer and can be a whole lot of fun, but it's a bit too expensive to visit very often.
  • I enjoy going to Frankie's with my friends. There are a lot of activities to do that I cannot find elsewhere close to me: go karts (slick track), laser tag. The atmosphere is friendly but busy, and everyone always has fun. There is a nice bar area for adults, and the food in the restaurant (family friendly) or bar area is average to above average.
  • Please expect to spend a decent amount of money, especially if you have kids. The park is ran mostly by high school kids that are out for the summer that have little to no personality or manners. The place was clean and fun. The wife and I enjoyed it but could have spent less money and more time at King's Dominion or Busch Gardens.
  • This amusement park was pretty impressive to me. They have karting, mini golf, arcade and some other activities for kids. Be sure to wear glasses when you ride the kart cuz the dust will get into your eyes. I think they have a better arcade in Raleigh.
  • As much as I love arcades, I did not enjoy this one. Most obvious reason is cause it's a rip-off (cheapest game there was Skeeball which was $0.75 per round, the rest ranging from $1-$2 a pop.) Seriously, whatever happened to a quarter a play? I think it took me 3 minutes (maybe less) to spend $20, and I only got like 500 tickets. I've earned five times as many tickets with less plays spending about a fourth of what I spent here at Chuck E' Cheese. It's ridiculous. My other complaint is how crowded and crazy it was. I understand the place is popular and meant for parties with little kids, but when it's literally shoulder-to-shoulder and kids are running by your feet every couple seconds nearly making you trip, then something's wrong. More walking room would've been nice, cause there was barely any even for a slow day. My advice: if you're an arcade buff, don't go here. Save your money and go to Home Game or Boxcar. Heck, if you're a parent and you wanna take your kids somewhere fun, there are better places to go where you don't have to blow all your cash in less than an hour.