Scene75 is the country’s largest indoor entertainment center. And the perfect place for a day out with the family – teenager approved!
This post is sponsored by Scene75 and our hosted visit to their Columbus location. All opinions are our own.
The end of the 2021-22 school year felt like it needed a little extra celebration! Not only was it the first year all 3 of my kids were back in the same school building (9th, 9th and 12th), but it was also an “almost” normal school year after the previous 2 pandemic years. But most of all, we have a 2022 graduate! All of this was due for some celebration, so I was thrilled when Scene75 invited my family out for a day of fun and making memories.
When you hear that Scene75 is the country’s largest indoor entertainment center, you have to see it to fully grasp what that means. With 16 attractions, including an indoor roller coaster (yes you read that right) and drop tower, bumper cars, go-karts, laser tag, glow golf, 200+ arcade games, 3 bars and a full-service restaurant- it truly lives up to the hype.
Over the years my family has had the privilege to be hosted at many amusement and entertainment centers, often these locations cater toward younger kids. Scene75 really does have options for all ages; whether it’s the indoor bounce park for littles, go-karts for teens or “old skool” arcade games for adults, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Hands down our favorite attraction were the go-karts. I loved to watch my people laughing and smiling as they raced around the track. (Lead by their dad- who sometimes is the “biggest kid” of them all).
We also loved the wide variety of game options in the arcade. We raced each other on motorcycles, battled as DC Superheros, rolled some Skee-balls, and threw it back with some air hockey. Some of those games even awarded digital tickets onto our game cards to redeem in the fully stocked reward shop.
And when you need a break in the action, there are plenty of food options too: from snacks (and must have Iccee) to a full-service restaurant (you can even request the “secret room” in Illusions restaurant) to full-service bars (for the grown-ups).
We also liked that each attraction could be purchased separately. So for my non-rollercoaster-rider hubby, he could watch us safely from the floor of the drop tower (well actually since Scene75 brilliantly has repurposed the Tuttle Mall space, he was able to watch from the second floor and get some fun photos). And for my son who has night blindness, he could skip the laser tag- but his siblings didn’t have to miss out.
And you know I love a great deal. See how you can get more bang for your gameplay buck: Purchase a $25, $50 or $100 and earn EXTRA CASH FREE!
- Get $50 FREE with a $250 Game Card
- Get $20 FREE with a $100 Game Card
- Get $7 FREE with a $50 Game Card
- Get $2 Free with a $25 Game Card
Also check out this nice Scene75 Start the Summer Family Pack :
- $120 in gameplay that can be used for all games & attractions
- 1 Large 1 Topping Pizza
- 4 Soft Drinks
- All for just $99! A value of $149 – $50 in savings!
- available for online pre-purchase only, limited time offer
Just for reference, my family of 5 had a $150 game card and we were able to do all the attractions and games we wanted (including go-karts twice!)
We would definitely make a trip back to Scene75- and maybe even bring the grandparents along too! 3 generations worth of fun!
So, what attraction attracts you to make a visit to Scene75?
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