Feb. 27, 2019 – Dezerland Park, the brainchild of Israeli-American real estate developer and renowned car collector Michael Dezer, is once again expanding the North Miami-based entertainment facility. Located in over 250,000 square feet of space, new developments and attractions include an expanded Virtual Reality Park and Arcade Miami, indoor zip-lines, a two-story putt-putt mini golf course, and a towering 70 food rock climbing wall. This is all in addition to the existing Ninja Lounge, Parkour Arena, Circus Studio, Ropes Course, Trampoline Park, Ninja Warrior Course, Reball Room, Dezer Gymnastics Training Center and much more.
The new 20,000 square foot expanded Virtual Reality Park and Arcade Miami will take over the existing space of the 007 Bond Museum, which will be relocated to Dezer’s brand new property in Orlando, FL known as Dezerland Action Park, which is scheduled to open Spring of 2019. The Virtual Reality Park, which is still the largest in South Florida, currently features 20 individual machines and more than 50 state-of-the-art 5D games and rides. The cutting-edge technology, which includes multi-player games, introduces guests to uniquely immersive experiences that plunge users into different virtual worlds. Virtual Reality Park games and experiences range from 5-7 minutes; however, the Virtual Arena and Virtual Escape Room take between 45 minutes and one hour.
Arcade Miami is currently home to over 200 games, both new and classic. It offers a variety of ticket redemption games, in which players can use their winnings to purchase trinkets, sweets and prizes. Arcade Miami also features racecar simulators, a bowling alley, and an extensive collection of classic pinball machines. With the new expansion, Arcade Miami will be able to add more new and exciting games to its collection.