About the Laser Tag Museum
The Laser Tag Museum is dedicated to preserving the history and story of the 30 year old laser tag industry. Laser tag is a game enjoyed by millions of people all over the world every month. Laser tag is played in arenas, in outdoor settings, in parks and in homes.
The nature of laser tag has grown from a sport for young adults in Dallas, TX to a pasttime played in over 70 countries and a multitude of languages. Laser tag is referenced in pop culture in TV shows, movies and songs.
The purpose of the Laser Tag Museum is to store and preserve all aspects of the laser tag industry. Our initial focus was on the commercial arena laser tag product. Now, we have hundreds of toy laser tag products in our archives. We have a growing collection of outdoor (aka tactical) laser tag products on display.
The Museum stores many last-of-their-kind or prototype laser tag artifacts. Original artwork, corporate logos, membership trophies and cards, tournament T-shirts and much more are all on display.
Almost all artifacts on display have been donated by over 100 people throughout the world. It is the generosity of these key individuals that allow precious items to be on display.
The Laser Tag Museum is a free-admission, non-revenue generating endeavor located at Lazer Blaze located in Louisville, KY, USA.
The Laser Tag Industry Turned 30!
Many facilities all over the world celebrated this occasion as the National Laser Tag Day by putting up posters provided by the Laser Tag Museum.
Operators offered deals, special offers, and special game formats to players as a way to celebrate with their customers.
The Laser Tag Museum looks forward to celebrating the coming anniversaries with even more operators!
To read more about this incredible event and some of the deals operators offered, click here!