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Get a sneak peek at Dezerland Action Park in Orlando

by Susan and Simon Veness

Mark your calendar for the start of the sneak preview of Karting Orlando, Arcade Orlando, and Bowling Orlando, all at the new Dezerland Park Orlando on International Drive, coming in 2021.

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Starting Dec. 14, 2020, you can try out hundreds of rhythm, redemption, riding, skill, video, and nostalgia arcade games, 12 lanes of bowling, and karting on the longest indoor dual go-karting tracks in Florida when Dezerland Park Orlando opens for a special preview in advance of their official opening next year.

Sebastian Mochkovsky, partner in attractions for the park and CEO of Sacoa debit card system says, “We are giving our locals a chance to get a first preview of some of our attractions. While we gear up for a full opening next year, this gives us a chance to offer a fun new experience for locals to enjoy this holiday season, plus, we continue to create new jobs for Central Florida workers, and that is important to us.”

Once the indoor park fully opens, its headliner attraction will be The Auto Experience, featuring the largest privately-owned collection of automobilia in the world. The collection includes a dynamic display of Hollywood cars, James Bond memorabilia, Batmobiles, international cars, Vespa scooters, micro cars, and military vehicles.

Areas displaying iconic cars from classic movies are themed to the Bat Cave, Military Pavilion, The Great Gatsby Lounge, The Chrysler Lounge, American Lounge, Thunderbird Lounge, Cars of Europe, New York City, Cuba Libre, and Harley Lounge.

Even more entertainment will be on offer, with kid-friendly carnival rides, a Pinball Palace games room, virtual and augmented reality games, six escape rooms, and a trampoline park. Dining will be available at the Bond Lounge and at an additional 13 outlets and bars.

Also find a selection of specialty retailers along with Bass Pro Shops, Putting Edge, and movie theater Cinemark Orlando as part of the entertainment center.

Dezerland Park Orlando will require face masks during their hours of operation (11 a.m. – 11 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 11 a.m. – midnight Friday and Saturday). Face masks and temperature checks are required, and hand sanitizing stations will be available. Games, arcades, and experiences are spaced to accommodate physical distancing.

Keep up with the pay-to-play park’s progress on DezerlandPark.com.

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