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Bad Axe Throwing Montreal

6145 Boulevard Couture
Montreal, Quebec
Canada

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Bad Axe Throwing Ottawa was launched in the summer of 2015. It was the first business of its kind in Ottawa, and brought a much needed change of place for special events. Birthday parties are now celebrated every weekend by way of axe throwing. We have also hosted some of the city’s biggest financial players for corporate events that give a whole new meaning to team building exercises. Ottawa is the nation’s capital, so it just makes sense that Canada’s most Canadian new sport have a place here!

Bad Axe Throwing Ottawa is a mid-sized axe throwing venue with two separate party spaces. Each space has its own seating but you won’t be doing much of that. Lined with cage, the axe throwing lanes allow you and your competition to step up to the line and throw simultaneously at two side by side targets.

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  • Suitable for ages 10+ 
  • Prices from $35.50+  
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Bad Axe is open 7 days a week, by appointment only.  Since we’re extremely busy, we encourage you to book at least 2 months in advance, especially on weekends.

 Terms, Conditions & Restrictions

Like any other established business, we do have policies and rules you must follow. Here’s a few of our rules that will make the most of your Axe Throwing experience with Bad Axe:

  • - We have a two week cancellation policy. Due to high demand for bookings, deposits are nonrefundable within two weeks of your event date.

  • - We will not tolerate intoxication - you will be given the boot if you are drunk

  • - You are responsible for your own transportation to and from our location.

  • - Sandals are not permitted. Wear running shoes or boots.

  • - People are allowed to come watch, without paying for entry.

  • - All guests are required to sign a waiver.

  • - When paying on site, we currently accept credit cards only.

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