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What To Expect - Axe Throwing

So, you've just booked your first Axe Throwing Experience with 13 Axes Cleveland, and now you want to know what happens next!

We've tried to break it down and highlight the most important things, so you know exactly how your axe throwing experience will play out!

Your session booking time matters!!

Please make sure you take note of the session time you have booked and that you have planned your arrival to allow for time to park and make your way to the 13 Axes entrance.

If you haven't signed your Waiver online before arrival, please allow extra time to have this completed as we are unable to allow entry to the venue until this Waiver is signed and confirmed in our system.

If you are part of a larger group, please be aware that ALL group members must be present at the beginning of the session. We cannot get started without them and let them catch up later. 13 Axes, Axe Throwing experience begins with a GROUP safety briefing for all participants that are booked into that session time slot. If you arrive more than 10 minutes late, you will not be able to enter the venue as the session will be underway, and our staff will be coaching and attending to other participants. They are unable to leave those participants to offer an individual safety briefing to late arrivals.

But why? you ask...
13 Axes runs a session schedule each day, and is also classified as a dangerous sport which requires our staff to monitor participants during their session.

Sessions begin at 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm & 8pm depending on the day, and allows us a 30 minute window between each session to clean up and reset the venue and begin checking in participants for the next session.

if we await late arrivals, that means that everyone in the venue has to wait for those late arrivals, and in turn means we have to extend the session time to ensure that those who arrived on time are still able to enjoy their whole 90 minute session. 

To put it simply, we just don't have the time to allow this. It's unfair on other guests who have arrived on time for their booking, and puts additional strain on our staff.

So please, be on time!

If you are ever in doubt, give us a call and if we can, we will reschedule you to a later session. This is purely at the discretion of management and no guarantees are provided.

Late arrivals will forfeit their session.

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Please carefully read and understand everything in order to have a safe and enjoyable

Axe Throwing experience.

Please be aware that any violation of our safety policies or other unsafe behaviour by any member of your group may result in you being unable to participate in your event, and/or removal from the premises.

Your event fee will not be refunded.

We ask that all participants behave in a responsible and adult manner. We are here to have fun, but safety must come first. Our staff will issue warnings for any roughhousing or horseplay. Repeated warnings may result in removal from the throwing area and/or the premises.

Follow all directions given by our AXE COACH and any other staff. Should you forget a safety rule, you will receive friendly but firm reminders from them. However, repeated failure to follow safety rules may result in your removal from the throwing area and/or facility. Please take their direction seriously, as all rules are in place for the safety of yourself and those around you.


All participants and spectators entering 13 Axes Axe House MUST sign a Waiver before entry will be allowed

This is non negotiable. If you would prefer not to sign the waiver, entry will be denied.



This includes participants AND Spectators.

This means that your toes and heels MUST be completely enclosed within your shoe - No strappy sandals or flats that allow visible toes or parts of your foot to be visible are permitted. CROC'S are NOT an acceptable form of enclosed footwear for entry to the Axe House.

This is for your safety.

We don't want anyone getting splinters when wood chips fly off the target or when you're retrieving your axe, OR cutting your feet if an axe slipped out of your hands.

To ensure your safety and minimise your risk of injuries, wear closed-toe shoes, such as running or casual shoes, flats, or boots.


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