MEMPHIS AXE THROWING

THROW AN AXE. BE AWESOME. REPEAT!

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Looking for fun things to do in Memphis? Join us for an evening of axe throwing! We are located in the Broad Street Arts District, next door to the Rec Room!

Whether you’re looking to channel your inner lumberjack or just try a fun and competitive hobby, axe throwing is a one-of-a-kind sport that’s taking North America by storm. Axe throwing is easy to learn (kinda like throwing darts, but with axes!), and each aspect is designed with your fun and safety in mind. It’s a perfect way to celebrate a special occasion, organize a team building event, or just have a great time with family and friends!

We have professional instructors to teach you the basics and facilitate your experience with us the entire time you’re here. Watch out, because once you stick your first throw, you’ll be hooked! Walk-ins are always welcome, but to ensure you have a spot upon arrival, we recommend booking ahead online.

*Because of our partnership with the Rec Room, no outside food or beverages are permitted. If you’d like to coordinate catering for any size event or reservation, let us know and we’ll connect you with them!

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This was an awesome experience!!!! The staff was great!!!! We will most definitely recommend this to our family and friends

– Ashford D. | Facebook
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Absolutely the best team building activity!! The staff was phenomenal! Highly recommended and we will be back!

– Carrie E. | Facebook
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Our group had a blast! Eventually, each of us scored some points. Employees were patient & the setting is great. Fun night!

– Lee-Ann C. K. | Facebook
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A group of us went for my husband’s Birthday and we had a great time! I was a little nervous at first but the staff was very instructive and everyone had fun!

– Kristi D. | Facebook
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Great family experience. Had a lot of fun with my two teen girls and my wife. Not too hard to grasp the concept, but it is still challenging. Highly recommend!!

– Rusty S. | Facebook