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5 PLAY Tips: Andretti Indoor Karting and Games

PLAYGROUND sent Megan Navarro to check out Andretti Indoor Karting and Games, one of the newest places for Central Florida families to PLAY! Located near Universal Orlando, Andretti Indoor Karting and Games is jam-packed with indoor adventures. Complete with a ropes course, zip line and super-fast electric go‑karts, this place is a must-do for Orlando families.

Megan’s PLAY Tips:

  1. Check the PLAY section of the website first for the height requirements for each attraction so you know going into it which attractions your children can do.

  2. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, especially if you are playing laser tag. You work up a little sweat playing the games, and you’ll want to be able to run around.

  3. Plan ahead which attractions you want to do before you get there to make the registration process that much easier.

  4. If you are going to be dining at Andretti, check out the Sky Bar before you go straight to the Andretti Grill. The Sky Bar has a cool view of the go kart track that is fun to watch while you enjoy some food. 

  5. Before choosing your go-kart race, be sure to check out the map of the tracks either on the website or the brochure at Andretti. Your friends and family can only see you race on one of the tracks. The other track goes outside, so your friends and family won’t be able to see you race if you choose that one.

Andretti Indoor Karting and Games
9299 Universal Blvd., Orlando

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Megan Navarro

Megan Navarro is a Central Florida native, born and raised in DeLand and has lived in Orlando for most of her adult life. She is a graduate of the UCF Rosen School of Hospitality Management and is an accomplished professional photographer. Megan produces the YouTube channel "I am Megan Navarro," where she specializes in budget-friendly home décor and organization tips, as well as awesome family-friendly adventures in Orlando. Megan is a truly positive person and lives by the motto: To the Top, Never Stop!

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