Indoor Axe Throwing is the first non-tech social activity to go viral since...well...since things started going ‘viral’, and it has now made its way to Omaha, NE. When Flying Timber Axe Throwing opens its doors this month it will be the first of its kind in Nebraska or Iowa.
The concept is simple; grab an axe, throw axe at target on the wall, pull axe out of the wall, and have fun watching your friends throw their axes as you impatiently wait for your next turn. It’s 1 part darts, 1 part bowling, 1 part batting cages, 1 part shuffle board and ALL PARTS FUN!
To explain where the idea for Flying Timber came from, Matt and Kelli would first need to tell you about their Nordic Viking heritage. They’d have to tell you how every summer, their family becomes one with their inner lumberjack - then buy you a drink and apologize for blowing smoke because that’s a load of bull. The beginning is simple: Matt and Kelli once heard legends of axe throwing leagues from friends in Chicago and were instantly intrigued.
For obvious reasons all participants and guests must sign a waiver upon entering the establishment and wear closed-toe shoes.
Nobody likes rules, including the crew at Flying Timber Axe Throwing, but whenever you have people in close proximity to axes flying through the air you are going to have to have a few. So here are the basics
“It’s fun. It’s a great stress-relief. By the end of the day if I’m frustrated or angry, I throw a couple axes before I leave and it’s a very good way to go home,”
“I’ve never had a group go home disappointed with the experience. Everyone should try it.”
- 303Magazine • Denver, CO