Adult & Child Tank Driving Experience eVoucher
Katie Jordan Confirmed Purchase
Jun 8, 2021
Jun 7, 2021
Working as a team to rotate the turret and fire the paint balls at the parked targets was great fun. Sadly, only the parent can drive the tank, which is a shame, as I assume no driving license is required and my son would have been thrilled to get behind the controls on the off road dirt track. None the less, he had a thoroughly good time.
The museum is very well laid out with lots of tanks and equipment to browse up close. A nice and relaxing way to start and finish the session.
Posted: 23/07/2015 14:27
Two weeks in… Anyone running out of ideas yet? Well, this week we have a solution for you. We thought we would share some suggestions on days out for the kids that they will love over the long summer holiday.
Posted: 21/05/2015 15:48
Your Dad. The only person that you struggle to buy gifts for. Everyone else is easy, aren’t they? Your husband or wife just tells you what they want (but always be aware of the ‘Oh no, I don’t NEED anything this year…..!' Ha! As if!) Your kids will have had the Argos book out and circled for weeks, maybe months ahead of time. But Dad? Now that’s a different kettle of fish.
Posted: 30/04/2015 15:59
Tank driving at Armourgeddon is huge amounts of fun for all involved. From the chuckles we have in the office when we realise we have booked people into tanks with great name combos like Mr Oats and Mr Barley, to looking forward to welcoming our annual ‘Crazy Russian’ visitors..
Posted: 01/04/2014 12:03
This week, we have a guest blog-post from Julia and her daughter Poppy who spent the day with us on Saturday having a Mothers and Daughters Tank Paintball Battle. Showing that tanks are for girls too !