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Frankie's Fun Park, Raleigh

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TripAdvisor
  • We went here with family for dinner which their hamburgers were great and their cheese pizza was great too! A little bit expensive but it was nice to eat there and walk to the other side and start pla...  more »
  • I took my god-children here for an afternoon out and we had the best time. There's plenty to do and so much to keep the children busy. They are ages 3 and 12, so needless to say, I was busy between th...  more »
  • This was a big arcade with everything from outdoor go kart tracks and mini golf to boat bumper cars. Fun inside also. Just expensive.  more »
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  • Went here with my significant other and had a ton of fun. Place is somewhat of a mess (specifically the dining and arcade area) but that's to be expected with all the young kids tearing the place up. Was very busy when we went which was on a beautiful weekend afternoon. Staff was courteous and helpful. Be prepared to spend $50+ easily after doing some mini golf, go-karts, arcade, and refreshments. Good mini golfs courses (a few different ones to choose from) that are very well maintained, a few different go-kart tracks all with lines that moved very quickly, and a ton of games to play in the arcade.
  • Great venue for family adventure and fun. A wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities including three go cart tracks, putt putt golf, bumper boats (extremely fun), small high-ropes course, laser tag and arcade games. Also serves food and beverages. Prices seem a tad high which makes this more of a once-in-a-while activity as opposed to frequenting more often.
  • I took my son and nephew here for a birthday celebration. Frankie's has just about everything you'd want to do, so that's great. The staff is all friendly and articulate as well. They are also extremely patient with the constant chaos inherent with such a place. They keep the place clean as well. My main knock on Frankie's is that it is very expensive. There is a ton to do, but you will definitely pay for it. The arcade games are fun, but it's hard to justify the prices. The various activities are really the thing to do there because you can control the spending more easily.
  • This place is great, tons of activities, but the pricing is tough. I wish they would make it a bit easier, you constantly have to check your card balance and then look at the ride price. We kept a photo of the price board with us. The prices are very high too. Would be nice if a little lower, or let you but an unlimited day pass or something.
  • Have too much money? Don't know how to spend $50 in less than 30 minutes? Frankie's has got you covered. A baffling but ingenious wallet extraction will occur each time you go here. No matter how much money you have, it will be gone. A couple hours will fly by and you'll be wondering what happened. Frankie's has some fun things, but the individual charge for every single thing is just greed gone wild. My advice: Do just the "fun house" and throw the kids up there for an hour. Or do a round of golf. At something like $8 a pop each. Grab your ball before you sink it on 18 and go around again on the next course. It'll make you feel less robbed. The "slippery" drifting go cart track is pretty fun (again too expensive). The "spider web" will turn your whole kid black with cytotoxic rubber curing agent which rubs off on their hands/face/etc. Avoid all the video games which are designed specifically to make you lose as fast as possible and take your money. No options for a "day pass" or similar. So frustrating.