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A very exciting indoor park is officially open in Worthington.
Play: CBUS is a 52,000 square foot indoor adventure park, full of fun for visitors of all ages. After launching their first location in Cleveland, Play has brought their unique experience to Columbus.
Inside the park, visitors will find a two-story ropes course, a kids’ area, ninja courses, climbing walls, and even a bar and restaurant.
The park will feature the longest ropes course in the world with 110 elements. There will be 16 climbing walls, four private party rooms, a ground-level toddler ropes course, and a 130-foot zip line.
Play: CBUS has one of the first indoor Via Ferrata in North America. If you haven’t heard of it, you’re not alone. Via Ferrata means “iron way” in Italian, which describes a type of climbing that originated in World War II. Italian soldiers used this style of climbing to traverse mountainous areas and now you can take a crack at it from the climate-controlled wonder of Play: CBUS.
Play: CBUS opened on Friday, November 6. You can follow for more info by visiting Play: CBUS on Instagram and Facebook. COVID-19 precautions will be in place when Play: CBUS opens, including temperature checks for guests and employees, frequent cleaning of equipment and high-touch areas, and capacity limits.
For more info about Play: CBUS, you can visit their website right here.
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