Toronto Knife Throwing (TKTO)

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Toronto Knife Throwing – Just the Tip. … Toronto’s Only Professional Knife Throwing Range … Get Throwing. Get Involved.


Event Essentials

  • At Venue
  • Off-site
  • In-house Catering
  • Outside Catering
  • Patio
  • In-house AV
  • Overnight Stay
  • Pet Friendly


What is your capacity?

  • Up to 100 people

What services do you provide?

  • Axe Throwing, Knife Throwing, Target Practice

Is alcohol allowed?

  •  Outside alcohol are allowed.

03 Reviews Write A Review

  • 3 Ratings
  1. Awesome beginner lesson 3 Oct 16, 2017
    By T_W_11111 Submission
    Great beginner lessons. Friendly instructor gave us great advice on how to throw, 1 spin, 0.5 spin and 2 spin throws. The beginner course was over 3 hours and since we have 7 lanes for 11 people, plenty of throwing time. Loads of fun and I would definitely recommend bringing a group of friends and going
  2. A surprisingly good time! 5 Oct 16, 2017
    By Ally H Submission
    "We visited with a group for a friend's birthday and while I wasn't expecting to be that into it, I loved it. I thought it was a great time! The staff were very professional and helpful, it was all very safe, and lots of fun. Something very satisfying about throwing the knife and stabbing the bull's eye! If we lived in the area we would go back for sure. As it is, we will just have to build our own board and get some throwing knives for a backyard game! You can bring your own food, drinks, and booze, and they have soft drinks and water for sale on site. Also a couple of couches and board games if anyone in your group doesn't want to throw, but I highly recommend throwing! It's a great venue for a large (up to 20 or so) group to get together for a bit of fun."
  3. Such a great time! 4 Oct 16, 2017
    By Gracy leia Submission
    I have done axe throwing before but never even knew knife throwing was a thing! My friend booked this place for her birthday recently- there were about 13-14 of us and we were lucky enough to have the place to ourselves. We received instructions and then we got practice time, then a tournament. As others have mentioned, we were allowed to BYOB (there are rules about this so inquire prior) as well as we could bring our own food. There were good tunes playing the whole time and everyone, even those who were reluctant at first, had a great time. Price was totally reasonable as well- cost our group $45/person.

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