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Dallas Morning News announces Two Bit Circus Unveils Captivating Micro-Amusement Park in Dallas
Dallas Morning News covers the opening of Two Bit Circus, a captivating micro-amusement park, at the Shops at Park Lane in Dallas. Spanning 35,000 square feet on the shopping center’s second level, Two Bit Circus promises an unforgettable experience filled with virtual reality, free play arcade games, and interactive story rooms. The park’s unique concept focuses on blending the digital and physical worlds, offering multiplayer games that encourage face-to-face interaction and a sense of camaraderie among guests.
Two Bit Circus originated in Los Angeles in 2018, and the Dallas location marks its second permanent venue. The team behind the park, led by president Kim Schaefer and chief technology officer Eric Gradman, aims to bring people together to socialize, play, and have a fantastic time in an imaginative carnival-like setting. The park’s offerings include digital games reminiscent of an actual carnival, where guests actively participate in multiplayer experiences. The story rooms, a standout feature, provide a hilarious twist on escape rooms, turning puzzle-solving into a fun multiplayer game or even a surgical operation.
With curated and in-house developed games, Two Bit Circus aims to offer an innovative and engaging entertainment experience for all ages. The venue also boasts a full bar with Texas brews and a selection of state fair-inspired food choices. Cabanas are available for private events or sporting outings, making it a perfect destination for various occasions. The park, which opens to the public on Friday, is set to become a new hotspot in Dallas for individuals seeking a novel and enjoyable way to spend time with friends and family.