This growing concept combines bumper cars with hockey, lacrosse, and basketball for something truly unique. Invented in the 1960s in Utah by Stan Magnum, who owned an automotive shop, the game was then brought to Chicagoland by its owner, Sam Elias, 30 years ago...
For those who aren’t tempted by axes and rage rooms, Whirlyball might be the activity for you. If ESPN The Ocho were a real channel, chances are you could catch Whirlyball on there, probably on weekend nights. The game involves elements of lacrosse, hockey, and basketball, as well as — you guessed it — bumper cars. Now, you’ll be able to try your hand/paddle/foot at the game with Whirlyball back open for bookings.
You found out your best buddy’s getting married and you’re in charge of making his final moments as a single guy an event he won’t forget with the best bachelor party experience ever. To ensure everyone has a mind-blowing adventure, a Chicago setting seems a no brainer.
WhirlyBall has announced that it will officially reopen its Milwaukee area location inside Brookfield Square at 185 S. Moorland Rd. on Saturday, May 1.