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1414 Northland Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46825-6578
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Fort Wayne Scavenger Hunt: Fun With Fort Wayne
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Fort Wayne Scavenger Hunt: Fun With Fort Wayne

Let’s Roam is the #1 app-led scavenger hunt company. Walk to all the best landmarks and hidden gems, answering trivia questions and solving challenges. Work with your team or compete against them, as you learn new facts and create memorable experiences. Let’s Roam Scavenger Hunts are great as an everyday activity, or for bachelorette parties, birthday parties, corporate team building events and more! Each player chooses an interactive role, with challenges varying by person.
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JWilliam0316 wrote a review Feb 2019
Stryker, OH162 contributions44 helpful votes
The desk staff was very friendly and helpful. We had a good time bowling and playing some of the games. My only suggestions would be 1) the lanes/approach were dry and need oil; 2) this is definitely a great venue for kids and birthday parties. However, I wonder if it would be possible to educate groups coming in about bowling etiquette. Our lane was next to one an all-boys birthday party. The boys were good...in fact, excellent and well behaved. But, these little guys were all up on the approach with their friends and just bowling whenever their turn came up without looking to see if someone beside them was bowling. There were a coupe of times that the boys would run up to their friend and it was distracting in our lane. Perhaps a flier with bowling etiquette could be mailed out to groups ahead of time or given when they come in, just to make the experience enjoyable for everyone.
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Date of experience: February 2019
GrannyGlenda wrote a review Dec 2018
Pana, Illinois40 contributions42 helpful votes
Family visit with 4yr old and 5 yr old....Staff were very nice to us. Kids did the rock wall, climbing area, & games...we all did laser tag, putt putt, & virtual reality game......everyone had a blast! It is a darker in some areas but I think that is due to the black lights utilized. We did an hour special and got lots of fun in for a good price. Virtual reality was extra but was a fun experience..
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Vonda B wrote a review Oct 2018
Fort Wayne, Indiana18 contributions3 helpful votes
Had my son's 16th birthday party here. Got unlimited bowling/shoes, unlimited pizza/drinks & a round of mini golf for 8 at a VERY reasonable price! The staff was easy to deal with on the phone to get everything arranged and set up the way we wanted it before we arrived. Pizza was very good, much better than chuck-e-cheese. Had a little problem with unattended little tikes that caused issues in the lanes, but the staff made it right. It's a nice, clean place and would be fun for just an outing, but it made for an EASY birthday party for 8 teenagers!! :)
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Date of experience: October 2018
David B wrote a review Jul 2018
Fort Wayne, Indiana164 contributions14 helpful votes
There are lots to do here between Bowling, Lazer Tag, Mini Golf, Arcade w/Games, Rock Climbing, tight rope walking, Resterant, and Bar. Pricing is higher here but overall it is a clean place and great atmosphere. Highly recommend for a rainy day. Also good place for date night.
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Date of experience: July 2018
Dramaticme wrote a review Jun 2018
Park Ridge, Illinois95 contributions25 helpful votes
Took 5 kids 9 and under and an 18yo. The adults, 9yo, and eventually 7yo had a blast. Lots to do and the $10/h Sunday deal was awesome. They had a fantastic time and could’ve stayed longer if only we hadn’t needed to leave because the little ones were terrified and crying the whole time. The 4yo wasn’t allowed to play some things without an adult, wasn’t allowed on the ropes course period. If we had had one adult just to take him to stuff he would’ve had fun the whole time, but we had to take care of the other kids so he had a lot of waiting around to do. I recommend that if you take a 4yo you get a 1:1– then it’ll be great for them. The 3 and 1yo were told to do the ball pit— that’s what was recommended for their age. $5 for each of them. Yes the 1yo too. Who would’ve had fun playing with a ball in the back yard and eating dirt too😉... places who charge for 1 year olds make me wonder. 🙄. How greedy can you be? Anyway here was the problem. I figured that the ball pit would be a normal Chucky cheese-like ball pit. Oh no. It was dark. It also smelled. The balls were foam and I wonder when they were washed last. He put them in his mouth of course. Well that built up his immunity quite a bit I’m sure. Anyway it was really small and dark and loud. It’s like the size of a master bathroom. And in here we were supposed to spend an entire hour. There were little air pressure guns for the balls and if you pressed a button on the gun it would shoot air out and Chuck the ball across the room. This would have been delightful if it were not for the fact that the noise that ensued was deafening and made the one-year-old and three-year-old cry. It was not just my little kids either. I saw other kids who must have been in kindergarten or first grade covering their ears and cowering when ever someone pushed the buttons. The ball pit was at the bottom of a climbing course that looked like lots of fun. My kids have been on a similar one at the exploritorium in Skokie Illinois. But here’s the difference. Adults were not allowed to climb up there with their children. No good reason of course. The people who work there who were adults were allowed to climb up but not the babies’ parents. So that’s not just a little terrifying. Of course my kids were frightened and with the state of the world today with child trafficking and stuff I want my three-year-old in a public place out of my sight like I want a hole in my head. I totally get why there are rules at places like this, but we were told this was the place for a 1 and 3year-old to play. This was the place in the facility designed for little children. So it’s for little children but it’s dark and loud and you have to be separated from your parents if you want to enjoy 90% of it. Ooooook. I tried climbing up just to spot my three-year-old and show her it was fun with the intention of van waiting at the bottom like I was supposed to afterwards but a staff member chastised me. I told her that this place was much too loud and dark and scary for a little kid without a parent and she told me that some kids like it and others are scared. Ok. If this is supposed to be a place designed for the youngest children rather than a haunted house or something then we are expecting it to be safe and fun for little children. If you were going to make it a fright house then at least bill it as such and tell the parent here’s the deal and they can play at their own risk. The last trouble we had was when 7 1/2 year-old wanted to play on the ropes course with his brother. He’s done these courses millions of times. Go Ape Chicago’s junior course is similar. Well here they have a 48” limit. He was roughly an inch shy of 48 inches and was declined entry, so of course he burst into tears. Whenever there is a difference of just 1 inch for something like this I think there should be some wiggle room if parental consent is involved. I mean shoes and a hairdo can change your size by 1 inch and the harness is not going to make a big difference with only 1 inch. I went back later with his hair fluffed up so that he could gain the inch and a different staff member was happy to lead him on and he completed the course with ease and faster then be 18-yr old, 33-year-old, or the nine-year-old in our party. So it ended on a good note. But be aware if you are taking a child under 48 inches they will not be allowed to do the ropes course. Give them a mohawk and some tall shoes before you go.🤣 All in all I think for anyone 48 inches and taller this is an absolutely fantastic place to be especially on Sundays for $10. For the amount of activities and the quality it’s a really great place. But if your children are younger and under 48 inches find an alternative activity for them. If we had not been told of the ball pit was appropriate and could kill a good hour we would have found alternative activities for the little ones and then the older kids could have stayed longer and the place would have made even more money off of us because we would have bought $15 two hour wristbands for the two adults and two children and they would have been quite happy and our little kids would not have been traumatized.
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Date of experience: June 2018