Have you taken the tribe to Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq in Alexandria? This amazing space is like a weekly carnival packed with arcade games, dodgem cars, bowling alleys, burgers and freak shakes. It’s the ultimate concrete playground for kids! This tribe had a day out at Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq followed by some Easter fun at The Grounds of Alexandria.
What is there to do at Archie Brothers?
There is something for everyone at Archie Brothers. Enter the Big Top and take your pick from attractions including a carousel, dodgem cars, arcade games, laser tag, bowling and more! There is also traditional carnival food on offer with hotdogs, burgers, pizzas, waffle fries and monster shakes!
The beauty of this amazing venue is by day it’s a family friendly attraction, but by night it becomes an over 18s venue with a bar and more adult themed fun. They even host parties for both kids and kids at heart.
How much does it cost?
The prices depend on what it is you’d like to do at Archie Brothers. Each attraction is priced differently. Here are a couple of prices to give you an idea.
- Bowling – 1 game (Sat-Sun) $15
- Spy School – $3
- Flying Trapeze – $8
- Bill’s Bumper Cars – $4
- Arcade Games – $20 top up = $25 value
What else is there to do in the area?
While you’re in Alexandria it’s a must to stop in and visit The Grounds of Alexandria. There is always something on there including a petting farm where the tribe can get up close to some of their favourite animals.
During March there is an Easter celebration leading up to the big day. The theme for 2018 is Peter Rabbit so hop down to The Grounds to find Peter and his friends throughout the area. There will also be master classes for young and old, an annual Easter egg hunt, and come and see Australia’s biggest freckled Easter egg nestled in at The Grounds.