Andretti Indoor Karting and Games now open in Orlando

Andretti Karting & Gaming is now open on Universal Boulevard.

There’s a new place for air-conditioned fun in Orlando. Andretti Indoor Karting & Games offers go-karts, laser tag, ropes course, dining, bowling and 4D shooting, VR and arcade games under one roof.

The Orlando location, the first in Florida, is under a soft opening until Monday, then fully open every day with 150,000 square feet of fun and complimentary, ample surface parking near the Orange County Convention Center on Universal Boulevard.

There are three different race tracks. One is made for junior racers.

Andretti’s main feature are the high-speed electric SODI RTX Superkarts. The professionally designed multi-level, banked turn, modular track was created exclusively for the Orlando location by Kart360 with the most elevation changes and banked turns in the world. When the three tracks are combined, the Super Track is the largest indoor karting track in the United States.

Andretti Grill is a scratch-kitchen, full-service restaurant and bar featuring favorites such as Big Green Egg slow-smoked ribs and wood-fired brick oven pizzas. Guests can catch all the action of their favorite games on more than 100 HD TVs and projection screens while enjoying libations at the Main Bar or the unique Sky Bar upstairs, with a 180° view of the track and LED illuminated domed roof.

Pay as You Play

  • Single adult race is $21.95, Single junior race is $14.95
  • Arcade and prize games: $5, $10, $20*,$50*, $100* (*includes bonus credits)
  • VR CXC racing simulators: $12.95
  • Two-level laser tag: $9.95
  • Boutique Bowling: starting at $24.95 (shoes and socks extra)
  • 7D HD dark ride motion theater: $9.95
  • Extreme ropes course: $11.95
Track 2 includes a view of the Orange County Convention Center.

VIP Membership
Memberships are $5.95 for a single guest and $14.95 for a family membership. Memberships are valid for one year from date of purchase and are valid at any Andretti Indoor Karting & Games location. Members enjoy up to 20 percent off karting and attractions plus 15 percent off arcade play and 10 percent off bowling lane rental and meals in Andretti Grill.

The arcade includes more than 100 games, some give redemption tickets.
Andretti Indoor Karting & Games was established in 2001 and is headquartered in Georgia with two successful locations in Roswell and Marietta. The company also owns and operates the outdoor Andretti Thrill Park in Melbourne, Fla.

Andretti is located at 9299 Universal Boulevard at the corner of Convention Way and Universal Boulevard; walking distance from the Orlando/Orange County Convention Center and International Drive.

Get on the inside track for exclusive specials and promotions for the new Orlando location at All Central Florida residents with a valid ID will be treated to a complimentary $10 Play Card to enjoy arcade and non-redemption prize games through Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017.

Watch the Oct. 5, 2017 episode of “Attractions Magazine – The Show” for an inside look at Andretti Karting.


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