DUBLIN, OH (WCMH) — An Ohio company is bringing go-karts, laser tag, mini-golf, arcade games, and plenty more to a vacant department store in central Ohio.
The company says it is opening the doors to this location late in 2018 or in early 2019 at the 227,000-square foot former Macy’s in The Mall at Tuttle Crossing.
Scene75 Entertainment, which operates several similar centers around the country, says the Columbus location will be almost twice the size of its previous locations, and about four times the size of most industry competitors, making it the largest in the United States.
Get ready for “two stories of fun with as many as 15 different attractions, including indoor go-karts, laser tag, blacklight miniature-golf, inflatables, escape rooms, virtual reality, bumper cars, 4-D motion theaters, and more, as well as more than 200 video and redemption arcade games, three bars and a full service restaurant. The location will also feature multiple private party rooms for birthdays and company events, as well as a large banquet hall for weddings, holiday parties, company functions, tradeshows, special events and celebrations.”
Scene75 says it plans to invest $10-15 million in the project and provide as many as 200 jobs for the community.