Philip Hill, the director of Quasar Hemel Hempstead, first played Quasar in 1992 when laser tag was in its infancy. His passion for the game grew and in his spare time he became a marshal and then a manager at Waltham Abbey Quasar.

It was always his ambition to open a site of his own. The dream came true in 1994 with Quasar Hemel Hempstead.

Over half a million people have enjoyed playing Quasar in the multi theme arena at Quasar Hemel Hempstead since it opened it doors to the public, and over 4,000 free game vouchers have been donated to schools, to charities and to other local causes by way of prizes for competitions and raffles.

Phil's love for laser tag is undiminished and his own children have inherited his passion. His aim now, as it was then, is for people of all ages to have a fun time playing Quasar.

Meet the staff. 

Quasar Hemel Hempstead employs 24 full-time and part-time staff. Everyone, from the centre manager, to the shift supervisors, the office personnel, cleaners, maintenance staff, cooks and game marshals, are all dedicated to making your visit a fun and enjoyable experience.