After closing because of Coronavirus concerns, WhirlyDome will not be reopening

by Brittani Tuttle

WhirlyDome, a locally-owned and operated attraction on International Drive in Orlando, Fla., has closed its doors for good amid the ongoing virus crisis.


The attraction, described as a combination of bumper cars, basketball, Jai-alai and hockey, originally closed due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns on March 17, 2020. Their permanent closure was announce via a post on their official Facebook page:


WhirlyDome also offered guests other activities, including a laser maze and laser tag, as well as pool tables and arcade games. For those who worked up an appetite while having fun, there was even a restaurant and bar called Bloodhound Brew Pub & Eatery.

WhirlyDome originally opened on I-Drive in 2012. Check out a throwback segment of The Attractions Show! where we covered the attraction below:

Enjoy a game of WhirlyBall, laser tag, and more at WhirlyDome Orlando

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1 comment

Jared March 31, 2020 - 12:25 pm

Definitely will miss this place! Had a birthday party there! It was really fun!


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