Where to play laser tag in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky

Scene75 offers laser tag, arcade, bumper cars, indoor go karts, mini bowling, mini golf and more.

Fans of sci-fi movies, such as “Star Wars” and “Star Trek,” might enjoy laser tag because it simulates those on-screen laser shootings. Laser tag traces its roots to “Star Trek”. South Bend Electronics, a division of Milton Bradley, produced and introduced the Star Trek Electronic Phasers toy in 1979. It was the first known toy to use infrared light and a corresponding sensor. Therefore, it was the first laser tag game.

But you don’t have to join Star Fleet to play laser tag. Cincinnati has several venues that offer this recreational shooting sport. All prices listed are per person, per game, unless otherwise noted.

Main Event

9477 Oxford Way, West Chester Township; mainevent.com.

Main Event is an entertainment complex that offers laser tag, billiards, bowling, games, gravity ropes, a restaurant and bar, and virtual reality. Laser tag costs $8 per 15-minute session.


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