The largest entertainment center in Western Pennsylvania opens in Pittsburgh on Friday at 4 p.m.
See & Be Seen got a first look at Scene 75 Entertainment Center's 90,000-square-feet of space, located at the Edgewood Towne Center on South Braddock Avenue.
The Center has 12 indoor attractions for kids and adults, including 130 arcade games, indoor go-karts, two-story laser tag, inflatables, 18 holes of blacklight mini-golf, a virtual reality experience, bumper cars and more.
It also features a bar, three stationary food trucks and party rooms.
This Pittsburgh location is the company’s fourth location overall. The others are located in Ohio.
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“Arcade games, go-karts, laser tag — Scene 75 has it all in one place. It’s double the size of our older, better well-known competition, ” said Alex Zorniger, vice president of marketing at Scene 75. “You can really bring three generations of the family here. There aren’t a lot of places like that.”
More information about hours and pricing can be found at https://www.scene75.com/pittsburgh/.
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