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6 Brilliant Spots for Axe Throwing in London

6 Brilliant Spots for Axe Throwing in London

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Ready to go to battle? Head to one of these axe throwing venues in London, bring your game face, and your most competitive friends. 

Didn’t know that you can throw axes in London for fun? Well, you can, and you don’t need to be an experienced thrower. These axe throwing venues in London are a seriously fun night out and great for team building too.

The axe throwing scene has been quietly growing, and London now has a range of venues for you to sink some bullseyes.

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Axe Throwing in London

Whistle Punks Urban Axe Throwing


You don’t need to worry about being a first-time axe thrower at Whistle Punks– beginners are welcome. Whistle Punks’ axe throwing in Vauxhall is the UK’s first urban axe throwing experience. 

All Whistle Punks sessions are guided by a highly skilled instructor fully trained in helping you perfect your throws– you’ll be hitting those targets in no time after a 70-minute session. 

Axe throwing is a great team-building experience for work teams or even friends– just as long as that coworker you don’t like isn’t in your lane. There are drinks for thirsty throwers, but safety comes first, they’re only low in alcohol.  

Bad Axe Throwing 

Wembley + Croydon

Do you want to try your luck at the world’s largest axe throwing company? Of course, you do. Bad Axe Throwing (despite the name) wil help you perfect your throw.  

Bringing you the thrill of a Canadian backyard pastime in a fun way that even beginners are encouraged to get involved. Bad Axe Throwing is thriving in London with its Croydon and Wembley locations with lots of lanes to challenge your mates. 

If you’re tired of the same nights out, then Bad Axe Throwing with a large selection of craft beers and tempting cocktails is the place to be– we heard losers buy the next round. 

Axeperince Axe Throwing

Tower Hill

There’s no need to travel far and wide when there’s a brilliant space for axe throwing in central London. Axeperience Axe Throwing is just moments away from Tower Bridge and is just waiting for you to sling axes and slam bullseyes. 

Sessions here will have you learning the tricks of the trade and battling it out in a tournament with your newly learned trick shots. Axexperience says not one thrill seeker has left without sinking some axes, we dare you to put that to the test. 

Skeeters Axe Club


Axe throwing in East London, does it exist? Yes, yes it does. 

Go axe throwing in Hackney Wick’s Skeeters Axe Club, it’s a great place to blow off some steam after work with coworkers or challenge your date too– nothing says romance like smashing a few axes, right? 

Skeeters’ trained instructors are on hand to help you expertly guide your axe from hand to target. It’s a night out you won’t forget in a hurry, although the loser of your lane might, and of course, there’s plenty of food and drink on hand for hungry throwers.

Game of Throwing


You’ve obviously heard of Game of Thrones, well, now you can wage war against your mates at Game of Throwing in Hammersmith– only twelve feet stand between you and victory. 

Game of Throwing has teamed up with Champ Throw to bring you an interactive, fully automated lane with a projected target and immensely fun seven different games to play. 

Wear your brightest clothes and choose Game of Throwing’s UV lane with a UV neon light and competitive games for 60 minutes of fun. Grab your players and bring your best game face, fancy dress is allowed too.  

Boom Battle Bar


Prepare for battle at Boom Battle Bar in the iconic O2. Boom Battle Bar claims you don’t need plaid or a beard, so no need for fancy dress, just bring your best axe game. 

Neon lights set the scene at Boom Battle’s lanes, you can book 30 or 60 minutes sessions and a skillful axe thrower will be on hand to help you hit the bullseye with ease. You needn’t have axed before, beginners are very much welcome, and Boom Battle makes for a fun birthday party too. 

Practical Tips Before You Go Axe Throwing in London 

  • Booking in larger groups can work out cheaper per person, so round up your axe throwing troops.
  • Remember to follow instructions from your trainer, although this is a fun activity, it’s also a dangerous one.
  • Always stand 6 feet from whoever is throwing in your lane and never throw your axe whilst someone else is collecting their axe from the bullseye.
  • Don’t overdo it on the alcohol if the venue serves it, some venues also don’t allow you to drink beforehand.

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