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Axe Yard Urban Axe Throwing

Unit 3, 17 Balmoral Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT12 6QA
Axe Yard Urban Axe Throwing

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Axe Yard Urban Axe Throwing Belfast is an awesome activity where you get to throw real axes at wooden targets.

Who should throw Axes? Absolutely anyone & everyone! (18+) Axe throwing is perfect for family, friends, corporate groups, team building and Hens & Stags. All bookings include a dedicated coach to teach you all need know, we aim to have you sinking steel in no time, No Axe-perience necessary! Trust us when we say there is no feeling quite like it, especially when you hit that Bullseye!

Each 60 minute session starts with safety followed by practice, then it’s time for some friendly competition!
- Group Package includes Exclusive Private Lane for up to 6 players
- Social / Individual Lanes are best for couples and smaller groups

Indoor Axe Throwing in the city, it’s the ultimate stress busting fun whatever the weather! Get ready to Settle the Score!

Looking for another fantastic activity? Prison Island located at the Axe Yard venue is inspired by the Crystal Maze, it features 25 prison themed challenge cells. With a great mix of Physical, Tactical and Skill based games there’s something for everyone.

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  • Cafe

Establishment Features

  • Groups catered for
  • Toilets

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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* Mon to Thur 10.45am to 9pm
Fri – Sun 9.45am to 9pm
Please check our website / social media as hour may vary due to public holidays / School term time etc

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