Laser Tag at Laser Matrix Greenock

For a great family day out! Laser Matrix in Greenock is the perfect place to keep both adults and children entertained. The facility is perfect for adults too! It is designed around the movie “Matrix”, with intense UV lights, dramatic music and laser blasts, this place can bring out anyone’s inner child! The idea of the activity is; that two teams battle each other, where you attempt to not be hit and lose points. So, make your best attempt at hiding and seek!

Where can I find Laser Matrix?

The facility is located in the town of Greenock at the Fort Matilda estate. Fort Matilda train station is a short walk away.

When playing the game, there is room to try different approaches. You can play by yourself, create your own missions and objectives or play in a team. So there really is something for everyone at Laser Matrix, no matter what your approach is. So come down and let the fun begin!

The facility is open from Monday to Friday from 12 pm to 8 pm and Saturday to Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm. Admission to Laser Matrix is priced at £5.

  • 2 games for the price of 1 Monday to Friday.
  • Gift vouchers are available.
  • 4-star activity rating.

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Glenarn Plant Sale

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