Ages: 1 - 14+
Features: Discounts, Changing Table, Snack Stand, Restrooms
Pizza Putt is Vermont’s largest indoor family entertainment center. It features Laser Tag, Miniature Golf, a younger video arcade and separate older video arcade room, a Soft-Play Structure and Batting Cages. They also have full-service, family-friendly restaurant that serves pizzas, pastas, grinders and salads. Fun for all ages!
Pizza Putt is also a venue for Birthday Parties. They have several different options available from little tikes (6 and under), or ones for older kids that include golf or laser tag.
Reviewed on 07/24/2008
It is true Pizza Putt does have it all for Family Indoor entertainment - arcade games, mini-golf, laser tag, batting cages, video games, a play structure and a place to eat lunch. Kids love it.
Parents, not so much. Personally, I don't enjoy the disconnected rooms (some dark) where it makes it hard to keep track of your kids. Nor do I like the vibe of the new Pizza Putt Cards complete with VIP status (they replace the token...more
Reviewed on 01/02/2015
I have been coming here for years with my kids. Everytime in hopes it's been cleaned up and games would be fixed. We drove almost 2 hours today and was amazed by how run down this place was since our last trip a year ago. .It took us longer to drive here than we stayed! More than half of the games were broken. The play structure was disgusting, filthy & full of holes. The ticket machines were all broke except one so we had to stand in...more
Reviewed on 04/15/2014
Pizza putt is great for kids from about three and up. There is a lot to do there and less broken machines than other indoor play areas. The indoor play structures is well worn and could use a good cleaning but there is lots to do on it.
The food is terrible. I got a salad with white lettuce and a half a pound if cheese. If the food was better with some healthy options our family would go there more often.
Reviewed on 08/22/2013
Pizza putt is a great place for families to spend the day. There's lots to do in the kids never get bored. Pizza is okay but its not the best.
Reviewed on 08/22/2013
We enjoy going to pizza putt mid winter. Our children love the play area and could spend all there time in that place. However I always mark them wash there hands after. This past winter I did notice they replaced some of the other equipment and it looked much cleaner without all the rips on it.
We love the laser tag and the bowling. It's great for a snowy day when you just want to get out and have a full day of fun!
Reviewed on 06/21/2013
Pizza putt is definitely not as great as it used to be, but it's still great! For golf lovers-yeah it stinks that they took out some of the best holes for lazer tag-booo but- have you ever given the lazer tag a try? it's a blast! now that I have little ones (5 and under) I never have the opportunity to play lazer tag but it's pretty awesome! As for the "disconnected" rooms, I wouldn't mind if it were more open but I do appreciate that they...more
Reviewed on 03/05/2013
I quit going last year . The kids area is a germfest. It Never gets cleaned. The place would be great if they kept up on the cleaning. Sure, the play structure is great, but its not worth getting sick.
Reviewed on 03/03/2013
My 5 yr old loves it. He loves playing golf there. good place for winter time or rainy day. Yes, it is hard to keep track of kids. I would only go there if I have enough eyes to keep track of my kids. go pizzaputt website and get coupon printed out. that give buy one get one golf free plus free play structure.
Reviewed on 02/26/2013
I have to give this place a 2 because my kids do like going there. I, however, hate it. It's incredibly stressful trying to keep an eye on even just 2 kids. There are way too many different rooms that are poorly lit. The noise and the flashing lights are too much stimulation and the quest for more and more tickets gets really irritating. The play structure, in particular, is just not clean. I hear from kids it's even worse if your...more
Reviewed on 08/20/2012
I'll start this with the caveat that we go here sometimes because my kids like it. Personally, I'd rather eat better pizza in a better lit environment.
Three of my four kids like the pizza. The fourth will tolerate the pizza in order to get to play the games.
Anytime I've ever been here for a birthday party, it's been insanely busy. So much so that you often lose your kids amidst the swarms of children.
/> Recently, including tonight's visit, we used a LivingSocial coupon. We ate and played. The table service is average; the booths and tables could use some updating, reupholstering, and de-grunging; the pizza is overpriced and never cooked well; but we can order beer and wine. While it needs some TLC overall, I don't feel like my kids are eating germs. (Although, we avoid the play structure for that reason.)
All in all, it's not a bad place, but it is run down and could earn some major points if they improved the appearance and pizza....more