Bring out the best in your hen party with an afternoon of havoc at the Oxford Battlezone Archery arena. Who said combat activities are for the stags only? Get your Katniss Everdeen on, ladies!
Battlezone archery is as badass as a hen party can get. It's a little bit of paintball, dodgeball and archery and it's a whole lot of fun. Don't worry if the girls in your wedding party have never handled a bow. The event coordinators at the site will get them all up to speed on how to handle, aim and shoot a bow. You never know the timid one, who's never done it might be the one who takes you all down!
Rock combat like Arya Stark, shoot true like Katniss Everdeen or bring the pain like Legolas, either way you're bound to have a brilliant time. Get the girls together and head out for the battlezone archery arena. When you get there, you'll be met by our fantastic event coordinators. They'll take you through a safety briefing, instruction and the rules of the game. Then it's time to get kitted out in your safety gear and grab a bow. The arrows you'll be shooting aren't the ones with pointy ends. Instead, they are specifically designed for the game. The tips are rubber, meant to absorb any of the shock. Giving your hen party the feel of battle without the pain of paintball.
You'll start with classic warfare, two teams at opposite ends of the field. Then you'll move on to more dodgeball and paintball inspired games like capture the flag, storm the castle and rescue the hostages. Take the competition out and win the day for your team! Battlezone archery is a brilliant way to bond the bridal party before the big day, get your girls in the party spirit and pump the adrenaline levels sky high. When you're finished toast the winners with a much deserved cocktail on George Street. Simple...
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