The Maidenhead paintballing centre - located in Berkshire to the west of London - is almost purpose built for James Bond fans. If youve seen Casino Royale you might recognise the fleet of Soviet era military trucks used in the movie, now dominating our Maidenhead paintballing centre. We often feature props from well known Hollywood movies at our paintballing centres so come on down and see them for yourself.
The Milton Keynes paintball centre features five immersive game zones, including A Bridge Too Far with its very own stone bridge crossing. This centre also features the high octane thrills of speedball in the Chemical Alley - speedball is a form of paintball that tests your reaction speeds and courage and has to be experienced at least once!
The Hemel Hempstead paintballing centre is one of our most visually stunning paintball centres. The entire complex has been constructed on the site of a former US Air Force base - featuring much of the original infrastructure. This comes in handy for parking when you have access to the unlimited space offered by the former runway.
Located in 100 acers of stunning wood land and not too far from slough. This paintball centre offers some of the most impressive games zones available. This includes the two storey Castle Wallenberg and the disused double-decker buses in the London Apocalypse game zone. This centre also incorporates movie quality props including the biggest galleon in UK paintball.
Located just on the outskirts of Reading Town centre, not too far from Slough and High Wycombe is the explosive Reading Paintball Centre. With 6 intense game zones, including the speedy Chemical Alley and the epic London Apocalypse, with red London buses to explore. This paintball centre also contains some of the vehicle from the movie set of Tomorrow Never Dies. Making this an ideal centre for fans of the movies.