Fun for the Whole Family!
The City of Marlborough offers an impressive number of entertainment options the whole family will enjoy! Give it your all at Marlborough’s new Apex Entertainment center, which features go-karts, bowling, sports simulator, bumper cars, laser tag, arcade games and much more! Care to try something new? Take up axe throwing with your friends at Half Axe or solve the mystery and escape one of the Breakout rooms! Whatever you’re into, you’ll be sure to find it in Marlborough!
Apex Entertainment is Marlborough’s brand-new 150,000 SF custom-designed entertainment space. Enjoy fun indoor activities, including go-kart racing, laser tag, bowling, ropes course, trampoline park, virtual reality arena, 60-game arcade and sports simulators. Read on to see what other fun attractions are located inside Apex Entertainment! NOTE: Apex Entertainment is extremely popular, especially on weekends, so be sure to plan ahead.
Half Axe is New England’s premiere axe throwing facility, which offers a space to practice the newest competitive sport. Go head-to-head with your friends or plan your next corporate outing, bachelor/bachelorette party or any other group event at Half Axe. You’ll be sure to have a great time doing the latest must-try thing in Massachusetts. Never thrown before? No problem. Half Axe’s MCs will have you sticking axes in no time. Anyone can do it!
This isn’t your average outing or everyday experience—Breakout is for those who would rather solve the mysteries than watch someone else have all the fun. With different rooms that follow unique storylines, you and your friends will have 60 minutes to escape your adventure of choice by cracking codes, solving puzzles and following clues. Part problem solving, part adrenaline, end-to-end fun.
Altitude Trampoline Marlborough features high-energy equipment, including trampolines, a foam pit, a rock climbing wall and much more for families, groups and individuals. With over 20,000 square feet of indoor trampolines and other amenities, this place will have you jumping for joy!
BB Kidz is an indoor playground and party facility dedicated to keeping things fresh and new. Their flexible schedule allows for fun and exercise throughout the day. Kids can enjoy running, bouncing, sliding and climbing on a variety of equipment and toys, while you try your hand at hoops, air hockey or Packman. Let your little ones burn off that excess energy, so they, and you, can sleep well at night!
Regal Cinemas 15 at Solomon Pond Mall offers a state-of-the-art movie-going experience. All 15 screens feature plush stadium seating, so that every seat in the house is a good one. There are arcade games in the lobby for those waiting to get into the theater, and, of course, a full snack bar where you can get treats like hot dogs, popcorn, candy and soda. Plus, see today’s newest movies in RealD 3D!
This theatre group operates out of Marlborough and serves and entertains the MetroWest area. The small, intrepid group of actors, musicians, directors and stage crew love theater in all its variety and produce high-quality musical, traditional, cabaret-style and other theatre shows for the community to experience and enjoy.
An attraction for all ages, Trombetta’s indoor mini golf is open daily, year round and is available for functions and parties. Customers can choose from a variety of Trombetta’s homemade ice cream flavors that change with the seasons. Plus, Trombetta’s garden center has the finest selection of hangers, shrubs, and vegetables from local growers.
The Wayside Country Store was built in 1790 and was purchased by Henry Ford in 1928. The store’s interior is still much the same as when Ford ran it. Enjoy pickles, Ginger Snaps, and hundreds of other country store items. Visit the Olde Tyme Candy Store connected to the general store, where hundreds of jars of the finest specialty candies and chocolates await you.
The Mayor of Marlborough and the Recreation Department host this annual series of free outdoor concerts throughout the summer. From mid-June to mid-August, popular bands from around the region perform on a Thursday evening at Union Common, on the corner of Main Street and Route 85.