North Devon Axe Throwing
No experience necessary, all Vikings had to start somewhere. All our sessions are designed for complete beginners, with help from our expert coaches, and some battle music for inspiration, you’ll be ready to raid with Ragnar in no time.
Get your Viking on and compete with some throwing games. We have an array of axes for you to try – starting with throwing angels, hatchets, and bearded hawks on our indoor range.
Or get the full Viking axe-perience with our signature Norse Tomahawks and mini double-bits on our Outdoor Range.
Time to celebrate the winner – Skol!
Get your name added to the King of Axes Leaderbaord, or reward your best Viking with a trophy or medallion.
Yo can also book the picnic area in our Viking garden to continue the celebration. Give us a call or email to add this to your booking.
Is Axe throwing safe?
Safety is our number one priority. Our ranges are designed to offer a safe and enclosed throwing space, with axes routinely checked and carefully maintained. You’ll be under the watchful eye of an experienced instructor for the entirety of the session, in order to maintain range safety at all times.
Is there parking?
We have a large open car park. Just turn left as soon as you enter the site.
What should I wear?
Full Viking battle-dress isn’t necessary, but closed-toe shoes are!
Make sure you wear comfortable clothes, and flat shoes are best.
Is the venue pet friendly?
As much as we love pets, we love safety more. Humans only for this one!
Can we wear fancy dress?
Sure. Who doesn’t love getting into the Viking spirit? But keep in mind our other guests, if your costume is offensive or causes distress to others, you may be asked to change.
Can others come and watch? Can we bring our kids?
Only paying adults will be allowed on the throwing ranges. Children under 10 years may be brought along to a family session, but they will not be able to take part in throwing, and must be supervised at all times.
Will there be food and drink available?
There will be a range of cold snacks, coffee, tea and soft drinks available. But mead and axes don’t mix, so no alcohol on site.
Food and merchandise packages are available too.
Are there toilet facilities?
We’re not completely stuck in the Viking Age. There are male, female and disabled toilets on site.
Can we drink alcohol beforehand?
No. We strongly advise against drinking alcohol beforehand. Should our instructors believe you’re under the influence, or behaving in an unsafe manner you’ll be asked to leave.
Can I axe-throw if I’m pregnant?
Yes, Axe throwing is a relatively low-intensity activity. But, if you have any concerns please consult a doctor first. If you are in the third trimester of your pregnancy, or up to 6-months post-partum, we strongly suggest speaking with your midwife or doctor before booking.
We are following all guidelines set by the government, allowing us to continue to deliver a safe and fun training environment and experience. See our full Covid information here...