Experience Extreme Archery by Archery Tag® at the Creation Museum!

What Is Extreme Archery?

Extreme Archery is a game similar to dodgeball played with only the safest Archery Tag® bows and patented foam-tipped arrows. This exciting, action-packed game offers the ultimate family-friendly experience that engages everyone!

Extreme Archery Game Play

See what Extreme Archery is all about in this video!

Is It Safe?

Unlike some other sports, the only safety equipment required to play Archery Tag® is a facemask. Players experience virtually no pain when “hit” with our nonlethal, foam-tipped Archery Tag® arrows.

Arrows should be used only with Archery Tag® bows and will in no way be used in any other type of bow (such as compound, recurve, longbow, or crossbow).

The Creation Museum equips players with the original and safest Archery Tag® bows, patented foam-tipped arrows, and exclusive foam mask.

2018 Season Information

Ages: 10 and up (Ages 10–16 may participate with adult supervision)

Cost: $10 per night or a season pass can be purchased in February for a 10% discount on the remaining season.

Time: 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Open Play—February 3, 10, 17, 24

Players will learn how to shoot a bow and arrow and how to play the sport of Extreme Archery.

Open Play and Team Play—March 3, 10, 17, 24

As players grow in skill and bring and make friends, they will be encouraged to form 5-player teams. Registered teams will have scheduled games and a win/loss record will be kept.

5-Player Tournament—April 7 (Separate Registration Required)

5-player teams will register and compete in a bracket-style tournament. Prizes will be awarded to top teams.

Reserve Your Spot

Space is limited, so fill out this form to reserve your spot today.

Dates of Play

Important Information

Pay upon arrival. Check-in at the front desk to submit waiver and code of conduct, make payment, and receive a wristband. For smooth check-in, please bring a completed waiver with you. Participants under 18 require a parent/guardian signature on the waiver.