A look inside Richmond’s new entertainment wonderland


A swing suitable for selfies welcomes Park visitors. Photo: Ned Oliver/Axios

Park opening the door for the first time on Wednesday.

Why is it important: The $8 million, 1,300-person dining and entertainment venue is the size of a football field and filled with intricately themed flow.

What’s inside: We got a surprise earlier this week.

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๐Ÿธ The centerpiece of the house is a 60-foot bar, said to be the longest in the state, with two large 12-by-7-foot televisions.

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๐ŸŽณ Behind this is an 18-lane bowling alley, which is basically a regular bowling alley, but smaller.

Photo: Ned Oliver/Axios

โ›ณ On the left side fine and fair themed mini golf course with holes with all possible slopes, shots and tunnels. (๐Ÿ‘‹ Ned here, resident putt putt enthusiast. I played a round and think it’s the best course in the area.)

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๐Ÿบ On the other side of the course is a beer hall with self-service taps and private rooms with golf simulators.

Photo: Ned Oliver/Axios

๐ŸŽŸ๏ธ There is also a 200-seat hall for live music and comedy shows, and a 200-seat reception hall for official events.

Photo: Ned Oliver/Axios

๐Ÿฝ๏ธ There are also 6 restaurant stalls scattered around the place, offering everything from pizza to sushi.

More: It’s a park Right off Interstate 95/64but it seems relatively hidden on the second floor of an industrial building not far from Hardywood and Diamond.

  • For now, it will be open Wednesday and Thursday at 4:00 p.m., Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 10:00 a.m., and Friday and Saturday evenings.
  • Family friendly when it turns 21+ before 7pm.

What they say: “In three years, this will be Scott’s Addition No. 2,” Parks Manager Orchun Turkai said of the neighborhood.





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