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General Info
Valley Worlds of Fun is a family entertainment center that provides wholesome fun for kids. Based in Fairmont, W.Va., the company offers banquet rooms and amusement places to its vast customer base. Valley Worlds of Fun provides a host of facilities that include 24 bowling lanes, lasertag, arcade, Himalayan, tea cups, bumper cars, twister, whirly bird, inflatable soft play and bumper boats. The company also offers birthday specials, such as chicken tenders, bowl of French fries and beef ball park hot dogs. Its group menu comprises Italian, seafood pasta, deli delight, baked steak, chicken marsala, stuffed chicken, ham dinner and stuffed pork chops, among others.
Regular Hours
Mon - ThuClosed
Fri - Sat:
Amusement Places & Arcades, Banquet Halls & Reception Facilities, Bowling, Children's Party Planning & Entertainment, Laser Tag Facilities, Miniature Golf, Places Of Interest, Video Games Arcades
Other Information

Parking: Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Below Average


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Jennifer S.



I am so glad we gave this place another chance. We hadn't been there in over a year and my how it has changed. It's under new management and it shows. Had a party for my 11 yr old son. We went for laser tag but were surprised by the big upgrade in video games. Everything worked, added archery, very well kept and the staff bent over backwards to help. We will be going back much more often. Everyone noticed how much better it was. And they have big plans for more improvements and upgrades.

Jesse W.



Fun, take my toddler there all the time. He has a blast, and the workers are friendly. Also, worth noting that the Laser Tag game is just as much fun as an adult as it was when I was young.

This place used to be a fun pl...

This place used to be a fun place to go back in the late 80's to mid-late 90's. Now it's like an old run down Chucky Cheese. I would say that only about 60% of their arcade games was working. Half of those that worked was ticket games that was out of or said they was low on tickets. I understand that I got their 15 min after they opened, but seeing 7 young employees hanging around laughing and talking around the front counter took 5 minutes before one of they asked if they could help me. After spending more time getting someone to do their job and put tickets in the machines (which should have had all been done before or at opening) my kids was playing. We tried to bowl I say again tried every other frame either a pin or the ball got stuck. Finally they moved us to another lane which was the same thing. I got my money back and left to never return. With all the problems I had I would be afraid to let my kids ride or do anything else. What should have been a fun time spend with the family ended the moment we walked in their doors.