Finally! A place where you can get all of your fun in one place.
Arnold’s Fun Center today announces the launch of The Factory in Oaks, a new brand of entertainment that brings together four favorite venues; Arnold’s Fun Center, The Hub Restaurant and Bar, the Bowling Center and the American Treasure Tour are now one family
called The Factory in Oaks, according to a press release.
“Under this new brand, we aim to thrill our customers by making the Factory a favorite place for creating lasting memories.” Says Gerald Frey, CEO at the Factory. He continues, “Arnold’s Fun Center has long been famous for its electric go-karts. More attractions have come to Arnold’s in the last few years, keeping us at the top of the list for entertainment. By embracing our surrounding companies, we offer our customers various options to increase the value of their time spent in Oaks. The common thread of each of our companies is that their mission is
In addition to go-karts for all ages, Arnold’s at the Factory now boasts two separate laser tag courses, black light mini golf, a flight simulator and the hottest immersive video games like HALO Fireteam Raven and The Walking Dead. For the nostalgic at heart, there are fast new
machines playing old favorites like Mariokart DX, Transformers and PACman Battle Royale as well as arcade favorites like ski-ball.
The Bowling center offers 20 regulation lanes each with the latest touchscreen scoring. Giant projector screens top each bowling lane. Luxury seating at the bowling center invites players to enjoy full food and drink service at their lanes from the Hub, the Factory’s in-house bar and
restaurant. For lunch or dinner offerings at the Hub, you can now order online for pickup at www.HubinOaks.com.
On the other side of the building, the eclectic American Treasure Tour museum exhibits pop culture relics and curiosities. The tour offers a ride through a 100,000 square foot facility which houses a mind-boggling collection of Americana. This museum breaks with the tradition of stark
displays behind glass, packing in millions of treasures everywhere, even hanging from the rafters.
“We like to keep it light-hearted around here—it’s not your typical museum experience.” states Virginia Frey, director of the American Treasure Tour. “With our partners at the Factory, we can create a package of entertainment that would keep a family busy for days—and right next to
the convention center, we are making Oaks an entertainment destination.”
The new Factory at Oaks combines 200,000 square feet of indoor amusement park and arcade at Arnold’s, with the 100,000 square feet of pop-culture at American Treasure Tour; dinner and drinks at the Hub, and FREE live concerts at the Bowling Center. All at The Factory in Oaks with ample free parking, just off the Oaks exit of 422.
For more information go to https://www.arnoldsffc.com/