Who’s ready for some good, old fashioned, non-weather dependent fun?
Scene75 is absolutely massive and being indoors, it’s perfectly protected from the unpredictable elements of central Ohio. Boasting over 220,000 square feet, Scene75 is the largest indoor entertainment center in the country. My reaction upon walking in was eerily similar to the reaction I had at 7 years old when I entered the Mall of America. It’s freaking huge.
The sheer scale of Scene75 is impressive, and mildly intimidating at first. Guests can choose from a variety of activities, including laser tag, go-karts, mini-golf, bumper cars, a mini-coaster, and so much more.
There are arcade games scattered throughout the two-story space, giving it a sort of casino floor vibe. While the concept of a mall arcade may seem catered towards kids and teens, there are plenty of spaces for the adults to chill out. Three bars are waiting to serve up a cold beer or cocktail, including the Fire and Ice bar.
Admission to Scene75 is free, which means if you are just accompanying your kids, you don’t have to pay to get in. Guests pay for their experience by loading your desired dollar value onto a Scene75 Game Card, either at the welcome stations or through the automated kiosks. To play games and visit attractions, you’ll simply swipe your card.
Attractions range from $2.00 to $10.00 per person and arcade games range from $.25 to $3.00. If you know you’re going to be spending the entire day at Scene75, you can purchase a Super Pass. The Super Pass includes 6 of the most popular attractions for $39. Attractions included are 1 Laser Tag Mission, 1 Go-Kart ride, 18 holes of Black Light Mini-Golf, 1 Spin Zone Bumper Car ride, 1 hour of unlimited Video Arcade play, and 1 game of Lazer Maze.
Scene75 is located at 5033 Tuttle Crossing Blvd. and it seems like a fantastic place to take the kids on a day off of school or to meet up with friends for a fun night of reliving your youth. I’ll go with you on either, all you have to do is buy me a drink from that Fire and Ice bar. Want to see more? Keep scrolling to get the lay of the land before you head up to Tuttle Mall.