West Virginia’s First Indoor Nerf Gun Arena Is Just As Much Fun As It Sounds
At the family-owned Battlearium in Huntington, West Virginia, you can stage an epic Nerf gun war with family, friends, coworkers, youth groups, classmates, neighbors, and even strangers for a unique event that will go down in history as the best group activity ever! Check out this Nerf gun arena in West Virginia:
What a fun new concept this family has brought to our area! Have you played a round (or several) at Battlearium, an indoor Nerf gun arena in West Virginia before? What did you think? Let us know in the comments!
To contact Battlearium, support their mission, and learn more about what they have to offer, visit them at their website. For another fun, family-friendly place, check out Play Café in Bridgeport.
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Nerf Gun Arena In West Virginia
What are some good day trips in West Virginia?
Spending the day at Seneca Caverns is a perfect family-friendly adventure. Explore the caverns 165 feet underground on a tour, visit the restaurant as well as the gift shop, and go mining for gemstones. Kids and adults alike will love it here. If you prefer more of a culinary day trip adventure, take our West Virginia Donut Trail to sample donuts around the state.
What are some of the best things to do in West Virginia?
West Virginia is filled with bucket-list-worthy things to do, so get ready to make your list a bit longer. If you love scary and haunted places, the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston is a must-visit place. Take a ghost tour and learn the history of this former asylum for a super scary adventure. If you have not yet been to Harpers’ Ferry, you are missing out. With so much history and surrounded by two rivers and gorgeous scenery, plan to spend at least a day or weekend here. You can find more of the best things to do in the Mountain State in this post.
What are some popular attractions in West Virginia?
Aside from Harpers Ferry and Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, there are plenty of other popular attractions to spend some time at. At New River Gorge National River, take photos of the picturesque New River Bridge which towers 876 feet above the canyon. It’s an impressive sight! The Greenbrier, a National Historic Landmark, has been a hotel and spa since the 1700s and still hosts guests to this day. It's certainly worthy of a visit.