Go-kart fans, get ready.
A new entertainment facility claiming to have the world’s largest indoor, multi-level go-kart track has opened on Route 1 in Wrentham, Massachusetts.
Supercharged Entertainment unveiled the 125,000 square-foot venue last week. Its main attractions are the 80,000-square-foot go-kart track, an obstacle course fashioned after the hit show “American Ninja Warrior,” an expansive trampoline zone and an arcade with 75 player stations.
The massive facility also houses the Thirsty Beaver Hometown Pub & Grub, a self-styled “pub-staurant” featuring 18 rotating craft beers and upscale pub fare.
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With Gillette Stadium and Plainridge Park Casino right down the road, the new venue adds to the burgeoning Route 1 area.
As for those hoping to get in on the racing action, it’s $25 for a race on the record-breaking track, but racers must sign a waiver, be at least 4 feet 10 inches tall and 15 years-old.