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Lasertag Outdoor

Outdoor Lasertag

Gone are the days of basic indoor laser tag, with our technology and expertise we have created an outdoor laser tag experience out of this world. Outdoor lasertag is a  state-of-the-art team game using infra-red light called laser tag equipment. When asked "What is Lasertag" we describe it as an all action, zero impact, action game played outside in the fresh air by all ages from 8 upwards. If you play the XBox, PLAYSTATION you will love this. As popular video games such as Halo 2, Call of Duty, Quake and Counter strike can now be played for real.

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A game consists of two teams of players and each is set an objective. Players are "tagged" when "shot" by a beam of light. 

These beams are shot from high tech, easy to use equipment that is held by each player. Sensors on each player pick up the beam of light that is shot from the other team and if these are hit the player loses "life force". In some games you can respawn or call for medic.

The laser-guns use a harmless infra-red beam, similar to a TV remote that tags sensors worn by each player The Taggers we use is called the Predator which has realistic sound effects with real scopes to help line up your targets.There is no impact with Laser Tag. Laser tag is fast and furious, but above all it's fun.There is NO projectile involved with outdoor laser-gaming, No goggles, No masks, no protective gear needed. We recommend each player to wear suitable clothing that is appropriate for the weather, long trousers,and full covered sturdy footwear, no crocs or backless or toe-less shoes

Laser tag attracts a much broader market as there is no bruising, unlike paintball, where all sexes enjoy the game.

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The young and mid-teens market are extremely keen on combat games having been brought up on computer games such as Counter-Strike and other similar games. It is also ideal for Corporate Team Building days. Even Scout groups can use the product.

The Scout Association rules state:

Rule 43.9 Paintball Games. Members of the Movement may not take part in the activity known as 'Paintball' (or any similar activity). Paintball games may not take place on property owned or leased by, or used in the name of, the Scout Movement.
Rule 43.9A Laser Games. Laser Games remain an optional Scouting activity without age limit with the knowledge of parents.

There are sensors on the laser guns and on the front and the back of the headband. Each time the sensor is hit, the gun will register it.Laser Tag is booked in sessions, and we run 2 hour sessions, 7 days a week at our venues in Edinburgh and Glasgow. You could be running around in the woods manically trying to find the flag or you could be attacking or defending our awesome Black Fortress, or clear out the haunted church. Bedlam's Laser Tag venues have many different and exciting game zones which no other Lasertag center can offer.

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Game Description Cost  
Greenwich 1 Hour Lasertag 10 player Session

Indoor Lasertag Session  up to 10 players for 1 hour Additional Players £35pp 

£350.00 Book Now!
Lasertag Group Session

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Outdoor Lasertag for 8 years of age plus 

2 hour Session for 6 to 10 players Includes Equipment Hire Unlimited Ammo.

Additional Players £30pp

£300.00 Book Now!
  • Greenwich 1 Hour Lasertag 10 player Session - £GBP350.00

    Indoor Lasertag Session  up to 10 players for 1 hour Additional Players £35pp 

    Book Now!
  • Lasertag Group Session - £GBP300.00

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    Outdoor Lasertag for 8 years of age plus 

    2 hour Session for 6 to 10 players Includes Equipment Hire Unlimited Ammo.

    Additional Players £30pp

    Book Now!


What is Lasertag Powered By Bedlam

Bedlam outdoor lasertag is a hi-tech action game where each player has a tagger which emits a harmless laser beam for aiming and an IR beam The point of the game is to try and score as many points as possible by tagging players in the opposing team, whilst not being tagged yourself. When players are tagged they loss lives. Once all their lives are loss the lase tagger deactivates until reset for the next game

Is Lasertag safe

Absolutely! Is Bedlam has been built multiple gaming areas that provide a safe and fun experience. The equipment uses Infra-Red technology, which is a safe invisible light, and low power lazers. There are no projectiles like paintball to cause bruises. Our Game Referees monitor each mission to ensure all rules of engagement are followed.

Do you supervise the players

Each Lasertag session will be accompanied by a safety coordinator to ensure adequate supervision and safety.

What are the age requirements to play lasertag by Bedlam ?

Participants aged 8 plus can play. Kids under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult (one adult can take responsibility for multiple kids).

What equipment is supplied

Each player will receive a Laser gun with attached sensor headband.

What session are available?

We will help by arranging and agreeing the best day and time for your session, just call our friendly staff on 08442473271

Do I need to stay on site?

We ask that at least one adult stay with the party group at all times. Other adults are welcome to stay and watch the fun and even join in with the games!

What time should my guests arrive?

We ask that you and your guests arrive 20 minutes before your scheduled party time to allow time for check in.

What do the kids wear

We recommend that players wear long sleeves, long pants, and closed-toed shoes. We recommend that kids not wear their favorite clothes as they may get a little dirty.

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What does it cost and how may guests can I bring

A Lasertag two hour session with unlimited ammo costs £300 for up to 10 players. Additional player cost £30pp

How do I book?

Check our venue locator to find your nearest venue. Then call our booking office on 08442473271

Can I change the date or cancel the event

You can reschedule you game date but this must be done at least 48 hours before your game date.The a movement admin fee of £25 is charge .Cancellation If the event is canceled it will result in a loss of the monies.

How do I know when I have tagged another player?

If you are close enough, you will be able to hear their tagger scream “Argh”. You will also see the sensors momentarily flash. Or you might see them trudging back to the ‘Dead Zone’ after your  hit has tagged them out!

How do I know when I have been tagged?

You will know you’ve been ‘shot’ – or tagged as we also call it – when your tagger screams “Argh” and the sensors around your neck and on the tagger flash. You will also lose one life (players are given multiple lives at the start of the game). If another player gets very close to tagging you, but is slightly inaccurate, your tagger will shout “warning” – this is your cue to run for it!

Can my tagger run out of ammo?

Yes. Just like the real thing, they hold a different amount of rounds (ammo), and every time you shoot this will decrease. Whenever you are getting low on ammo, you may push the reload button on your tagger to simulate the changing of the tagger’s clip (magazine). When you have used all of your ammo and clips you are unable to shoot any more, and become something of a ‘sitting duck’!

Can I be tagged while I am reloading?

Absolutely, so take care with choosing when to press the reload button! Depending upon the type of tagger you are using, reloading takes anywhere from 3-10 seconds.

Can I shoot through trees/vehicles/barriers etc?

Anything that blocks the line of sight will block the infrared beam of your tagger. With this in mind, you cannot shoot through tree trunks, vehicles (though you might be able to shoot through vehicle windows) or other solid objects. Leaves, on the other hand, only provide partial cover; the easier it is to see through the leaves, the easier it is to hit somebody hiding in them.

Does it hurt when you get tagged?

No, absolutely not. Our taggers do not fire actual lasers, but invisible infrared signals. The manufacturers of the infrared emitters used in the taggers state that in recent safety studies carried out in the USA, eye injuries were found to be impossible. Infrared waves from our emitters are low frequency, long wavelength and low energy.

What happens if the weather is bad?

Our taggers are water-resistant and as such laser tag can be played in most weather, including light rain, snow and windy conditions. If inclement weather is suspected, we advise players to bring waterproof and/or warm clothing as appropriate (plus a change of clothing), as games will generally continue as normal. However, like most electronic equipment it cannot easily be made totally waterproof, so if heavy rain is forecast and we don’t feel that we can safely run your booking, we will try to contact you in advance to let you know and to avoid you making a wasted journey (hence why we require a telephone number from you when you book). We will offer you the option either to move your booking to another time/date, or to receive a full refund of any money already paid to us. If there is heavy rain, thunder/lightning during your session then we will temporarily stop the game and take shelter until it passes.


Bedlam Lasertag Venues in Scotland
Aberdeen Edinburgh Edzell
Glasgow Inverness


Bedlam Lasertag Venues in England
Ancaster Bath Blackpool Brandon
Brentwood Brighouse Brighton Bristol
Broxbourne Central London Cheltenham Lasertag Cobham
Colchester Colchester Bergholt Congleton Coventry
Crawley Dorking Elsham Essex
Exeter Grays Thurrock Greenwich Hailsham
Hertford High Wycombe Huntington Ipswich
Ipswich Wherstead Kings Lynn Kirkby Longfield
Macclesfield Newcastle Newcastle Gateshead Indoor Newcastle Outdoor Lasertag
Newquay Northwold Norwich Nottingham North Bilsthorpe
Preston Rayleigh Royal Tunbridge Wells Scunthorpe
Sheffield Sheffield Barnsley Sidcup Combat Lasertag St Teath
Thetford Tyneside Wakefield Yorkshire

Northern Ireland

Bedlam Lasertag Venues in Northern Ireland
Magherafelt Randalstown


Bedlam Lasertag Venues in Wales
Bridgend Cardiff