Car-themed indoor family attraction to open in Orlando
The operators of a new indoor park, Dezerland Park Orlando, have announced that the facility will feature an array of indoor attractions for car fans and movie fanatics of all ages. These will open over a course of several months as the park continues to add and build a plethora of experiences across more than 800,000 square feet.
Owner of Florida-based Dezerland Park, Michael Dezer, is the man behind the mission. Dezer is known as a prolific real estate developer and as a car collecting aficionado. He began collecting cars more than 50 years ago and has since established one of the rarest and most-sought after collections of vintage, classic and military vehicles in the world, which guests will be able to see up-close.
Michael Dezer, founder of Dezerland Park, said: “We are excited to become a vibrant member of the Central Florida Community and appreciate the support from local officials. We are preparing to offer a wonderful experience that will surprise and delight as we bring together entertainment and world-class automobilia under one roof here at Dezerland Park Orlando.”
The Auto Experience will feature the largest privately-owned collection of automobilia in the world spanning across 250,000 square feet. Guests will have the rare chance to see a dynamic display of Hollywood cars, James Bond memorabilia, Batmobiles, cars from around the world, collections of Vespa scooters, micro cars and a wide assortment of military vehicles. Guests can also venture through a variety of themed areas displaying iconic cars from classic movies.
Sebastian Mochkovsky, partner in attractions for the park and CEO of Sacoa, will provide a cashless system for visitors to the park.
A growing lineup of entertainment and dining options including, kid-friendly carnival rides, a custom Pinball Palace game room, awe-dropping virtual and augmented reality kid games, six adventure-seeking escape rooms, a trampoline park, a themed restaurant called the Bond Lounge and more. Dezerland Park will also be home to an array of specialty retailers and shopping experiences.
Dezerland Park is taking extra measures to follow regulations laid out by local authorities and CDC officials including the use of face masks, hand sanitiser stations, temperature checks, limited venue entrances and frequent sanitation of surfaces and attractions.