Adrenaline Zone Inflatables Play Area at LaserCraze
LaserCraze Family Fun Center offers laser tag, a separate inflatables area and arcade games.
The Adrenaline Zone (A-Zone) for kids from two to ten, has enormous fun-filled inflatable play structures. There are also simpler air-filled fun structures perfect for our younger guests. No reservations needed.
Children under four years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children of all ages must be supervised by an adult at all times.
LaserCraze also offers the GameZone is with video, sport and win-ticket-for-prizes games. The Craze Cafe bakes and serves made-to-order, fresh-baked pizza along with soda, coffee and other snack-type items.
An Adrenaline Zone party for younger kids, (or a a LaserCraze laser-tag party for the slightly older kids through adults) offers an unbeatable bouncing blast of a time. Parties prices start aT $150.
Tues -Thurs: 10:30 am to 9 pm
Fri: 10:30 am to midnight
Sat: 10:00 am to midnight
Sun: 10:00 am- 7 pm
Closed Mondays (Open for School Holidays)
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1600 Osgood St (South East Entrance), North Andover, MA, 01845 map
Phone: (978) 689-7700
From The North Or South
Take Route 495 to Exit 48 Ward Hill / Bradford - Route 125. At the second traffic light, go right onto Route 125 South. Continue on Route 125 South for 1.5 miles. 1600 Osgood Landing (the former Lucent building) will be on your right.
Go to the entrance labeled 'South East Entrance / Gate 5.' LaserCraze is located on the second floor of Building 30.
Good for an afternoonWent on a sunday afternoon. Arrived at around 1. Wasn't too crowded - wide open floor plan with room to spare. Kids had fun playing in the inflattable jump houses - parents can even get in on the fun. (well i did anyways.) Lazer tag was fun and worth price of admittance. Fun for about 4 hours then we were looking for the exit. Would recommend.
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