How’s your swing? One of the headline experiences at The Funderdome is a lit-up, retro, Coney Island-inspired minigolf course; there are 18 holes, created by London designer Zachary Pulman, with witty names such as Ferris Wheeler, Hump Day and I’m Stumped.

There are also two distinct gaming arcades – one with old-school favourites such as Pac-Man, Space Invaders and pinball, and another centred on the next gen of arcade games.

In the Clubhouse, you’ll find (almost) all the games you can think of – pool, cornhole, foosball, air hockey, shuffleboard, Atari Pong et al. Plus, a diner-style food offering suited to the funhouse environment: dedicated fries and hotdog menus, buffalo chicken tenders and corn dogs, brisket-y grilled cheeses, and woodfired pizzas.

And when you’re all gamed out, you can belt out a tune – with a fun cocktail in hand – at one of two private Boom Box Karaoke lounges, which channel nostalgic ’70s vibes.

While the Funderdome is undeniably family friendly, under-18s have to be accompanied by an adult at all times. But from 8pm, it becomes an over-18s-only venue.

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Updated: October 4th, 2023

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