After successfully hosting Laser Tag Battles at Fort Adams during Fortress of Nightmares, Fort Adams Trust has announced that they will continue to host laser tag battles until November 22nd for private parties, corporate retreats and children’s birthday parties.

Using innovative technology supplied by E-Combat, taggers can point and shoot a harmless laser at their opponent and have it register on the opponent’s head band that he/she has been tagged and is out.

The inner ditch provides a fun fort-like environment for the battles to take place and can be enjoyed by everyone of all ages.

The following birthday Parties and Group Rates are currently available (priced for groups of 10), all Packages are flexible and can be changed to accommodate your choices to create an unforgettable party!

Sergeant Party-$150

  • (Additional Guests $10each)
  • Party Room for two hours with a Fort Staff Member
  • 1 Hour of Laser Tag
  • two Slices of Pizza Per Person
  • three 2-liter bottles of Soda
  • Plates, Cups & Napkins

Master Sergeant Party-$200

  • (Additional Guests $15each)
  • Sergeants Party Package
  • Private Fort Adams Tour with Period Uniformed Guide (if desired)
  • Invitations and Thank you Cards
  • Party Room decorations

Sergeant Major Party-$300

  • (Additional Guests $15each)
  • Master Sergeants Party Package
  • Party Room for 3 hours
  • 90 Minutes of Laser Tag
  • Personalized Fort Adams t-shirts for party guests

FOR MORE INFO CONTACT: Rob McCormack at rmccormack.fortadams.org or (401)619-5802


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