Andretti Indoor Karting & Games in Orlando, FL

9299 Universal Blvd.Orlando, FL 32819
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Race around the two-level track at high-speed or put your skills to the test in the high-tech arcade at Andretti Indoor Karting in Orlando, Florida. As the area’s premier entertainment destination, Andretti Indoor Karting offers exhilarating fun for everyone. Plus, with a ropes course, VR racing simulators, a laser tag arena, bowling, and a motion theater, you’re all set for a day full of thrills in Orlando.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Orlando Travel Experts
  • The 155,000+ sq ft facility features high-speed Superkarts, an arcade, laser tag, ropes course, and more.
  • Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign a waiver prior to the activities.
  • Andretti Grill combines good times with amazing food.
  • Closed-toed shoes are required for multiple attractions and activities at the facility.


from Andretti Indoor Karting & Games
Andretti Indoor Karting & Games is Orlando’s newest premier entertainment and event destination featuring heart-pounding attractions, delicious cuisine and unique event spaces. Our 155,000+ sq ft facility features high speed electric Superkarts on a two-level track, State of the Art Arcade, Ropes Course with the first curved Zip Line, Professional VR Racing Simulators, Two-story Laser Tag arena, 12 lanes of Boutique Bowling and a Dark Ride Interactive Motion Theater.

No need to step out to fuel up as our Andretti Grill delivers fresh, made from scratch American favorites with a Brick Pizza Oven, XXL Big Green Egg and Full Bar.

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Levittown, Pennsylvania
"Awesome Just Awesome!!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 11, 2020
Family loved this place. From the games to the karts. Food was wonderful also. All asked is if you are not experienced in the karts, don’t do them. Don’t make someone’s else’s experience a stupid one. Listen to the rules. Awesome place though. Will go back
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TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed February 29, 2020
My boyfriend and I went here for a celebration and was looking forward to having a really good experience and good night. It was our first time here so I was pretty excited and probably set my expectations too high. We don't go out to spend money often so to spend about $50 on go karting just to have a horrible experience was so disappointing. For me it was more work then fun just trying to turn the steering wheel. I kept getting stuck because it was like trying to turn a cement block , and there was a turn like every 5 seconds so you can imagine how quick that became torture. So if you don't have a lot of arm strength just know you're probably going to hate track with the turns because the steering wheel is fighting agains't you like a tug of war the whole time. They have rules on no hitting each other , my boyfriend got slammed twice and spun out and they allowed the guy to stay on the track and considering my boyfriend was in the lead on time until that happened he was driving pretty good, while other people were not following the rules but nothing was being enforced. I for sure got hit considering how many times I was getting stuck from not be able to turn my wheel. People would hit the curves fast and slammed into the back of me and then I would get the "turn your wheel" sign thrown up at me. Which made me more angry because all I wanted was to be able to actually drive and to be able to turn my damn wheel. I love racing but with these karts you have next to no control so its far from a real race or driving experience. I think they let too many people on the track at once. It is a small track and with how hard it is to navigate the kart, it is just a painful experience. We were going to stay to do other activities but after that I was hesitant on spending any more money just to be disappointed. If you're going to try the karts I would think the straight track might be a better bet. As far as the other activities I have no comments I am sure the VR and arcade is fun. I have done VR in other places so as long as it works I would spend my money on that instead of the karts if I could go back and choose all over.
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jason c
"Go-Karts are slow, unfriendly staff, some VR games never worked."
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed February 27, 2020
If you are looking for an exciting go-kart experience, do not go to Andetti Orlando. The karts are sow and not thrilling. The course is also very short and tight adding to the very limited thrill. This goes for both adults and kids karts. Certain VR games also never worked. Unfriendly staff at certain games. The pro driving simulator was the best part. Well stocked bar and kitchen. I would not recommend or go back.
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Holden, Maine
"Fun Rainy Day!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 25, 2020
Awesome way to spend an inclement weather day in Orlando! The go-kart track is awesome, the arcade games are well priced and there are plenty of them, and the happy hour bowling for $5 a person is a deal you can’t beat. Food is great too!
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Naples, Florida
"Tons of go cart racing fun!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 24, 2020
The go cart racing was a blast. It’s all indoors and lots of fun. There is also bars, dining and a ton of big, interactive video games as well as zip lining and more!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Andretti Indoor Karting & Games

What do I need to wear to race?
Drivers must wear flat closed-toe shoes (no flip-flops or sandals) and preferably shorts or pants (skirts are not recommended). Long hair should be pulled back into a ponytail and tucked into your shirt. No hats of any kind. No loose or flowing clothing or scarves. These restrictions are put into place for your safety!

Can I bring my own helmet?
Personal helmets must be Department of Transportation (DOT) approved with a full face cover and visor.

Can I use a GoPro mounted camera while racing?
Yes, but please see the Track Attendant before your race so they can assure your camera is securely mounted to the kart or your helmet.

What do the flags mean on the track?

  • Green Flag– Go! 
  • Yellow Flag– Caution, Slow Down 
  • Red Flag– STOP! There could be an accident on the track 
  • Blue Flag w/orange stripe- Move over & let faster drivers pass 
  • Checkered Flag– Last Lap, slow down and proceed to Pit Lane.

How fast are your karts?
The Junior Karts reach speeds up to 15 mph and the Adult Karts go up to 35 mph.

Can I bump and push everyone out of the way on the track?
No, these are not bumper cars. These are racing Super karts that are capable of reaching high speeds. We want guests to come in and experience how much fun it is to race. We will not tolerate bumping, aggressive driving, or anyone causing accidents on purpose. We strictly enforce the rules for everyone’s safety.

What are the hours of operation?
Andretti Indoor Karting is open during the following hours:
  • Mon–Thurs: 10:00 am-12:00 am 
  • Fri & Sat: 10:00 am-1:00 am
  • Sun: 10:00 am-12:00 am
Holiday hours are:

  • Christmas Eve, 12/24: 10:00 am-7:00 pm
  • Christmas Day, 12/25: 3:00 pm-10:00 pm
  • New Year's Eve, 12/31: 10:00 am-1:00 am
  • New Year's Day, 1/1: 10:00 am-12:00 am

What are the height, weight, and age restrictions for racing and the attractions?
  • Adult Race: Minimum: 15 yrs old & 54" tall. Maximum Weight: 300 lbs
  • Intermediate Race: Minimum: 54" tall. Recommended Minimum Age: 12 yrs old. Max Weight: 300 lbs
  • Junior Race: Minimum height 48" tall. Recommended Minimum Age: 7 yrs old.
  • The Gear Coaster: Minimum Height: 48" tall, Maximum Weight: 280 lbs.
  • Sky Trail Ropes Course With Curved Rail Zip Line: Minimum Height: 48" tall, Maximum Weight: 300 lbs.
  • Laser Tag: Minimum height: 42" tall
  • Virtual Reality Racing Simulators: Minimum Height: 54" tall, Maximum Weight: 350 lbs
  • Virtual Reality Hologate: Minimum height: 48″ tall.
  • XD Dark Ride Motion Theater: Minimum height: 40″ tall.

Do I need to sign a waiver?
Yes, to participate all guests must sign a waiver. Those under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian also sign the waiver.

Is food available at the attraction?
Yes. Andretti Grill is on-site for your convenience.