Via Boston.cbslocal.com. My kids are going to drop a lot of money here. Supercharged Entertainment is now open in Wrentham, and it has what they're calling, "the largest indoor multi level karting track in the world." Remember the days of your Dad taking you to the Go Karts, and you get stuck in the one that barely starts moving as you press the gas, spewing smoke all over the place? Well, these Karts are electric, but make a cool racing engine sound. Each race lasts about seven minutes and costs $25 for one run. Children must be over 4 feet 10 inches tall to participate. The track takes up 80,000 square feet and Cody Browning, chief operations officer says, "“The go kart track is the largest of its kind in the world. We’ve got two independently designed tracks, both a quarter of a mile long.”
But that's not all, the 12 acre complex also has a Ninja Wipeout Arena based on the TV show "American Ninja Warrior," with wipeout balls, spinning logs and a lava pit.
For more info and to book Timmy's birthday party, click here at Superchargede.com.
Liam Martin of WBZ-TV 4 went for a spin. Check it out...