Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq 

All year round

Step right up! Lots of activities for young and old!

Arcade ticket games, thrill rides and more. With top tunes to keep you tapping your toes when you’re waiting your turn, our ten pin bowling games are perfect fun for young and old! Dare your chums to challenge you on the dodgem cars, or try out the virtual reality games, which will transport you to another time, simply by slipping on some goggles!



For more info visit:

Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq 


Westfield Newmarket
309 Broadway


09 887 4366



Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq offers a separate rate for all guests with disabilities, along with any accompanying carers. Please contact directly at 09 887 4366 so they can assist with your booking. Under 18’s are only permitted at Archie Brothers Newmarket until 9pm Sunday - Thursday and 8pm Friday - Saturday. Prior to these times, they request that pre-teens and younger children are accompanied by a responsible adult. A noisy and sensory overloaded experience that is not ideal for folks who are sensitive to this. Somewhat narrow spaces for wheelchair users.

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