Get ready to feel like a kid again. In 2025, Tysons Corner Center will welcome Level99, a live-action, challenge-based entertainment facility for grown-ups.
The social gaming playground will feature over 50 physical, mental, skill, communication, and mystery challenges and games. In each room, teams of two to six players will compete in duels, scavenger hunts, and other puzzles. As you complete challenges, you can earn stars and prizes that’ll move you up the leaderboard.
“Level99 offers mental, physical, communication and skill challenges in an open-world format for guests to discover and explore,” said Level99 CEO Matt DuPlessie. “Whether for date night, getting together with friends or a whole-facility rental for groups or corporate teams, the combination of memorable, active fun, delicious dining and craft beverages has generated a lot of excitement in our first markets of Boston and Providence.
The 40,000-square-foot space will be fit with over 40 rooms — where up to 600 players can compete simultaneously — plus a 300-seat taproom and scratch kitchen where you can find craft beverages and farm-to-table dining. Ticket packages include two hours, four hours, and all-day play. Prices range from $29.99 to $54.99 at similar locations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
The new entertainment spot will take the former space of Old Navy on Level 2, near Bloomingdale’s and the American Girl store.
Feature image courtesy Tysons Corner Center
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