Open games

Open games
Open games are games for everyone with any experience! You can take part in airsoft, lasertag or nerf, even if you don’t have your team.
Airsoft is command military tactical honesty game with using copies of real military weapons with plastic balls with a diameter of 6 mm. Experienced instructors are hold games in various scenarios.

Time: every weekend from 3p.m.-6p.m.
Price: 1800 rubles per person.
Age: from 18 years old (from 16 in the presence of parents or written permission)

The price includes:

  • Training session with an instructor

  • A set of equipment

  • The open game’s arena

  • Ammunition - 500 balls

Lasertag is command military tactical game. There is a striking element (infrared flare) in the game weapon. The band with sensors is put on the head. This game isn’t traumatic - even small children can play it.

There is no paint, no bruises, but real wars are taking place here!

Time: every weekend from 14:00 to 18:00
Price: from 1000 rub. / Per person.
Age: from 6 years.

The price includes:

  • Training session with an instructor

  • A set of equipment

  • The open game’s site

Nerf is an arcade-tactical safe game for children and their parents with the use of blasters with shooting foam cartridges. The main features of Nerf are fun, activity and safety. The game becomes unforgettable both for young soldiers and for older children at the unique sites of the «Patriot» park.

The prototypes of children's weapons are fantastic examples of futuristic blasters from movies about intergalactic wars.

Time: every weekend from 10am.-3p.m.
Price: 500 rubles per person.
Age: from 4 years.

The price includes:

  • Work with an instructor

  • A set of equipment

  • The open game’s zone

Every weekend everyone can join the Open Games on the territory of the Military Tactical Games Center in the «Patriot» park! Have a great time with new friends!

Participation in games is carried out advance upon request!

By phone: 8 800 707 01 07 or by feedback form on the official website of the «Patriot» park.


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