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.
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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.
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.