Armourgeddon - The Home of Tank Paintball Battles
Try something totally different and unique... a Tank Paintball Battle!
Experience the fun and excitement of driving tanks and other military vehicles over courses set around a World War II bombing range in Leicestershire, England. Armourgeddon is the worldwide home of Tank Paintball, incorporating Chaos Paintball and a wide range of activities including Airsoft for individuals, groups, corporate team building days and private parties. Our most popular activity is the Tank Paintball Battle - all the fun of paintball (and without the pain, as it's the tanks that take the hits) but with you at the controls of a FV432 tank. Tanks, cannons, mud and guns. What more could you want from a day out?!
Armourgeddon Activities & Experiences
Experience Gift Vouchers
Tank Paintball Battles eVoucher
You form part of a 3 man team, and with some guidance from your instructor you will be transformed into an elite tank crew greasing the gears of paintball warfare!
£99.00 (save 18%)
Tank Driving Taster eVoucher
Who doesn’t want the chance to have full and complete control of a tank at least once in their lives?!
£60.00 (save 14%)
Tank Driving Experience eVoucher
This one's for the driving fanatics! Drive around the course in 17 and a half tons of hardened steel. Think that's easy? Now try it with the hatch closed looking only through your periscopes!
£99.00 (save 18%)
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