Visit our axe throwing playground in West Chester PA for a unique experience in a casual urban atmosphere. Several axe types and professional instructors make Tilted Axes the best place to awaken your inner warrior. The size of the group doesn't matter, whether it is a date or team-building, everyone can learn the basics of axe throwing. We are better than the rest and offer activities to do before/after and we also have Televisions, Music, Pool Tables, air hockey, foosball, ladder ball, corn hole, Golden tee, table games and more..............
Unlike many axe throwing establishments, where they don't allow you to come early and when you're done tell you, "Thanks for coming, come again" and show you the door, here at Tilted Axes, not only can you hangout after but we encourage it! Grab a table and relax! You will get an axe coach/host for your two hours of axe throwing. This person is going to help make this the best experience it can possibly be for you. Besides keeping everyone safe and showing you the ropes, they will guide you through a series of games, keep score, and keep everyone engaged!
Is your family, team, or group competitive? Want to crank up the competition?
Then make sure to compete for the Axe Throwing Trophy!
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Do I have to make a reservation? Yes, however we do take same day bookings but you must call ahead.
How Long is it? 2 Hours (additional hour for discounted rate $18.99+tax/person).
How much is it? $38.99+tax for two hours, there are group rates available starting at 25 or more players.
Alcohol, Food, and Drinks?
We are a Byob (Beer-Wine-Spirits). There is an ice machine and coolers on site that you are welcome to use. We do sell snacks, soft drinks and water. We have menus at the front desk and several locations offer 10%-15% off deliveries for Tilted Axes.
What do I tip my axe-coach?
Our axe-coaches work for tips, so if they gave you great tips, please return the favor!
*a courteous tip is, but not limited to, 20% of the total cost of your group*
How old do you have to be? 14
What do I wear?
Flannel is always popular but please make sure you have closed-toed shoes, no sandals or flip-flops.
*tip: You raise both hands over your head when throwing so when your axe rises, so does your shirt*