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307 Hatchet House offers fun for the whole family

307 Hatchet House (Eve Hamilton/Cap City News)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Let out your inner Viking at Cheyenne’s first axe-throwing establishment, 307 Hatchet House. 

Founded and run by Nick Meysenburg and Sarah Ferrari, 307 Hatchet House, 3151 E. Nationway, Suite A2, is a new place the whole family can enjoy. 

Having opened the establishment on April 1, Nick and Sarah wanted to bring an activity for families to do in Cheyenne.

“We had gone to a similar place, and it was just a lot of fun … and being from here, knowing that it’s very limited what there is to do in Cheyenne … we’re like, ‘You know what, that might be something that works out here,” Nick said.

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They were able to bring their vision to life, and it has been a huge success. The price for an hour of axe-throwing is $25 per person, or $22 for military and first responders. For groups of 10 or more, the price changes to $23 per person. They also offer a monthly membership of $65 per month.

They have nine target areas set up, with two targets in each area. Throwing is open to those 10 and older, and there are a variety of axes and throwing knives available for people to use. They also have an arcade area, pool, and darts, so there is something for everyone to do. 

307 Hatchet House also offers leagues, and there are 14 teams competing.

“It’s a two-man team. … It’s going really well. We’re hoping to start another one,” Sarah said. 

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The establishment is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, but Nick and Sarah are happy to open to parties of 10 or more with a reservation. They are open from 4 to 10 p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays, 4 to 11 p.m. on Fridays, 1 to 11 p.m. on Saturdays, and 1 to 8 p.m. on Sundays.

They also have several specials throughout the week. Wednesdays are Happy Hour, and you can throw for $20. Thursdays are Ladies Nights, where women can throw for $20.

“We’re just excited to be here,” Sarah said. “We’re excited to give Cheyenne and the family something more to do. The community has been really awesome.”

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