Let's play! ♥

Free play. Your authentic, pure, raw and genetically self-imprinted super power. It's there, waiting for you to tap into. So, let's embrace it. Come play.

Why should kids get all the fun?

Leave your age at the door and jump into a nostalgic whirlwind of active social games. Reconnect with your inner child at an all-you-can-play-palooza and flow with the go. Because at Funbase, you just play.

Adult only play parties

Let curiosity, time and imagination run free at our weekly play parties in Amsterdam.

Meet fun people

Make fresh friendships and celebrate the love of a shared interest. Game on!

Home outside of home

Kick off your shoes. Enjoy a delicious home cooked meal. Feel right at home. ♥

Join our monthly adult only play party with NERF-gun battles, a huge ball pit, board & card games, party games and PC/console gaming. All in the company of some awesome playful folk.

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Saturday, december 3rd

Open: 14:30 - 00:00

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Ticket price €12,50

for first time visitors

All you can play Valhalla

Indulge in play! We've got tons of fun activities for you to enjoy.

Nerf-gun battles
Live games
Huge ball pit
Tabletop games
PC & console games
Relax
"As a kid I often wished to be an adult. But as an adult I sometimes just want to be a kid again. Funbase gets that."

Join the Funbase tribe!

Stay in touch with your new friends. We've got profiles of all the attendees, their gamer tags (to keep playing online), play interests and much more.

Attend one of our parties to get accesss to the community website.


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Some things in common

Celebrate the love of a shared interest. See who's also playing that game you're really into.

Team up online

Look up gamer tags and invite your new friends to continue playing together online.

Plan your next play date

Find out who signed up for the next Funbase party and join the fun.


"We don't stop playing because we're too old. We grow old because we stop playing."
— George Bernard Shaw