Photos: Scene75 to Open Indoor Entertainment Center at Tuttle Mall
On today, Friday, Oct. 11, entertainment company Scene75 opens its first location in Central Ohio.
The Dayton-based, family-owned company transformed a former Macy’s location into 225,000 square feet of indoor activities and attractions, the largest the company has ever built.
Construction on the center took place over the last year. In total the center will have 19 attractions, including a 36-foot drop tower, laser maze, 230 arcade games, karaoke, and an indoor roller coaster.
Also a part of the facility: a 400 to 600 person banquet room, soccer, disc golf, and fieldhouse sports room, batting cage simulator, three immersive escape rooms, an unconventional restaurant and bar, and big-screen TVs for sports games and events.
Scene75 has locations in Dayton, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Earlier this year, the company debuted an initiative to donate $1 of every drop tower ticket sold to The FoodBank Dayton.
Visit the Scene75 Facebook page for more information.
Editor’s note: This article was previously published on Sept. 12, 2019, and has been updated to include the new opening date of the entertainment center.