Published: 11:30, 19 August 2015
| Updated: 15:13, 19 August 2015
Sharpshooters have the perfect opportunity to hone their Nerf skills this summer.
The craze for the soft dart-tag game is sweeping the nation and now children and adults can get on target for a fun day out at a Kent attraction.
The new Mega Blaster World features a large arena and two outdoor, purpose-built freestyle supa-soaker arenas, for those who are happy to get wet as they enjoy exhilarating open play.
Whether you choose to take a soaking or stay dry with the foam darts, the latest high-tech Nerf weapons are used and there are more than 100 Nerf blasters of different sizes to choose from.
Suitable for anyone aged over three, the Nerf arenas can accommodate up to 40 people at one time.
Anyone who would like to avoid the battle and practise their shooting instead can aim to win prizes at the Nerf target range.
The fun is happening at Groombridge Place, near Tunbridge Wells, and admission fees apply.
Half an hour’s play in the arenas costs £3 and the target range costs £2.
Those looking for more traditional sport can book a session with Arcus Archery, at £5 for 10 arrows.
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