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Top 6 Activities for Teams

Team in town for a tournament? We’ve got you covered. Here is our list of 6 team-building activities in St. Louis Park and Golden Valley that kids and adults will love!

July 18, 2023

A group of people lawn bowling

Brookview Golf & Lawn Bowling

Brookview Golf & Lawn Bowling is THE place to go for outdoor fun.  During warmer months, Broovkview is home to the largest lawn bowling green in the state, serving up 8 rinks of fun for you and your teammates. Parents vs. kids? Game on! You can reserve single rinks, half the green, or the entire green for your party. In winter, take advantage of their two 18-hole disc golf courses (with discs available to rent) and 6 pub curling rinks – no experience or special equipment required. There’s also an onsite restaurant, the Three One Six Bar + Grill, and a large outdoor firepit. It’s the perfect spot for groups of all sizes.

a group of winning players posing for the camera at Game Show Battle Rooms

Game Show Battle Rooms

Game Show Battle Rooms is one of the nation’s first game show experiences that everyone can enjoy. Face-off against your friends in one of their custom arenas as you play your favorite TV game shows – all facilitated by your own personal game show host! Choose between two different experiences: Classic Showdowns or Primetime Showdowns and play games like Survey Battles (aka Family Feud™) and Spin and Solve (aka Wheel of Fortune™). This is the perfect activity for groups of 6 – 64+.

group of friends bowling and watching the ball roll down the lane

Park Tavern Bowling & Entertainment Center

The Park Tavern is a retro-cool restaurant, bar and bowling alley that’s been a popular local hangout for over 60 years. They can provide over 20 lanes of bowling, an arcade and darts, along with a full-service restaurant and bar, plus private party rooms for your group. An expansive, covered outdoor patio offers cozy seating and big screen TVs, along with corn hole or bocce ball during warmer months.

kids taking part in creating a radio show

Pavek Museum

Take a walk on the retro side and bring your group to the Pavek Museum. Explore one of the world’s largest and most significant collections of vintage radio and television equipment. Display highlights include an AEG Magnetophon, an RCA Theremin, a Spark Gap Generator, a Philco Mystery Control Radio, and a collection of vintage game consoles. You and your friends can produce an old-time radio show or go head-to-head on a quiz show. They also have private event space.


Punch Bowl Social

For serious foodertainment and real-world funning, head to Punch Bowl Social. They’re known for their legendary punches, craft beverages (with or without alcohol), scratch kitchen food that’s fit for foodies and endless gaming options. Bring the gang and try your hand at bowling, ping pong, billiards and bocce ball. Other classic games include Giant Scrabble and Giant Jenga, bonzini and foosball. Would-be singing sensations will love their karaoke room. They even have a vintage arcade full of your favorite games. Bonus: they’re capable of hosting groups of up to 1,000 people!

A youth group celebrating at REM5


REM5 VR Lab is Minnesota’s premier virtual reality lab and event space. They offer state-of-the-art VR experiences for all ages and interest levels. Reserve a VR pod or two for small groups (or book the entire space for up to 150), don a Vive Pro VR headset and controllers, and then immerse yourself in a wide variety of virtual worlds. Choose from over 20 games: paint in 3D, swim with whales, have a snowball fight, play a round of golf, battle space pirates and so much more. Play separately or against one another. For the ultimate experience, challenge your friends to “walk the plank” – a 4″ board seemingly suspended 50 stories in the air! While you play, snack on delicious flatbread pizzas, shareables, and a variety of Minnesota-made beverages, including beer and wine.

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