Zombie SWAT FAQs 

Zombie SWAT Training





Q: What weapons will I use at the experiences?
A: Zombie SWAT Training includes the use of 3 types of weaponry – Airsoft, laser tag and paintball guns. At Zombie Blitz blank firing guns will be used by our character actors.

Q: Do these weapons hurt?
A: Paintball and airsoft can cause some bruising to the skin, while laser tag is completely harmless. Blank firing guns do not fire a projectile, however they emit a loud bang when fired. We provide all necessary protective gear needed at both experiences.

Q: Will I need to buy extra ammo?
A: No. All ammo needed for the experiences is included in the price.


Q: Can I bring food and drink?
A: We offer refreshments before the experience starts. At Zombie SWAT Training we provide water for all customers. These are included in the price so there is no need to bring your own food and drink.


Q: Is there a viewing area?
A: There are no viewing areas at either of our venues and due to the immersive nature of the experiences we cannot allow those not participating into the main arenas. However, we are always happy accommodate reporters or photographers who have confirmed media spaces beforehand.


Q: What facilities do you have?
A: We have male and female changing rooms. We also have lockers available at £1 per use.


Q: How scary is it?
A: Both experiences contain gore, big scares, and plenty of blood! Some parts are also carried out in pitch black darkness and small, confined spaces.


Q: How physical is it?
A: Zombie SWAT Training is quite physical as you will be playing paintball, airsoft and laser tag games as well as military style activities such as the assault course.


Q: Are there any health risks to be aware of?
A: Our experiences are scary! We would suggest that our events aren’t suitable for the heavily pregnant or those with heart conditions.




Q: How many people do I need to book?
A: You can book either experiences for groups as small as one person. We have a maximum of 20 players for Zombie SWAT. If you have a larger group then please speak to our bookings team as we may be able to organise a private session for your group.


Q: Can I pay on the day?
A: No. All bookings must be fully paid for in advance.


Q: Do you offer a group discount?
A: We may be able to offer discounts to large parties booking during off-peak times. Please enquire with our bookings team.


Q: How soon can we book a game?
A: Both experiences do get booked very quickly, sometimes months in advance. Please enquire or check the website for available dates.


Q: Which credit cards do you accept?
A: We take any credit or debit cards. We also accept AMEX with a 2% surcharge.


Q: How old do I have to be to play?
A: Players must be at the least 14 years old in order to take part due to the content of the experience. An adult must accompany anyone under the age of 18.


Q: What time should we arrive?
A: Please arrive promptly, at the time stated on your booking confirmation.


Q: What happens when we arrive?
A: You will be registered and asked to agree to and sign a scare disclaimer before you take part in the experience.


Q: Will there be an instructor with us?
A: There will be staff present throughout the entirety of both experiences.


Q: How long is the session?
A: Zombie SWAT lasts approximately 3.5 hours


Q: Can I bring my own equipment to use for Zombie SWAT Training?
A: No. We provide everything you will need for the experience in conjunction with our health and safety standards.


Q: Will I need to buy more rounds of paintballs/BBs at Zombie SWAT Training?
A: No. You will be provided with enough rounds for the games.


Q: What should I wear?
A: For Zombie SWAT we suggest something comfortable and easy to move in and old trainers or boots.


Q: Can I film or take photographs during the experience?
A: No. There may be photo opportunities before or after the experience, but we cannot always guarantee this will be available. If you would like to film or photograph the experience as part of a review then please contact our bookings team to enquire about media places.


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