Scene75 Dayton will reopen soon with a brand new roller coaster and a DOUBLE-DECKER Grand Carousel.
Scene75 Entertainment Center in Dayton has just announced a brand new addition to their already impressive list of attractions—a brand new double-decker carousel!
According to a post on their facebook page, "The Grand Carousel" boasts two floors filled with 31 hand carved and hand painted animals, 1182 light bulbs, 28 dazzling mirrors and two separate staircases.
Scene75, located at 6196 Poe Avenue in Vandalia has been closed to the public due to extensive damage from the 2019 Memorial Day tornadoes, but is now planning to reopen within weeks.
CEO Jonah Sandler vowed to rebuild "bigger, better and stronger" following the tornado damage last year, and the carousel is just the latest attraction to be added as part of the rebuild.
Earlier this summer, it was revealed that a roller coaster was part of an expansion into 40,000-square-feet of previously unused space. When they reopen, Scene75’s total square footage will be around 164,000, making it one of the largest indoor entertainment centers in the country.
In addition to the carousel and roller coaster, the blacklight mini-golf course has been expanded with a tropical theme including waterfalls, and a banquet center called "The Grand Scene" is in the works.
If you're not familiar with Scene75, you're in for a treat—existing attractions include indoor go-karts, laser tag, inflatables, over 130 arcade games and much more.
An official reopening date has not been announced, but it is now expected the facility will reopen in November. Watch this space!