The Rabbit Hole VR opened the doors to its second location in Franklin this past weekend. Located inside the TOA Sports Performance Center – the facility long known as A-Game Sportsplex – the new location is comprised of 12 high-end virtual reality stations spanning more than 6,000-square-feet, making it the largest VR arcade in the Southeast.
The Rabbit Hole VR uses top-of-the-line VR equipment to immerse players in virtual worlds where they experience larger-than-life scenarios that would be impossible or dangerous in real life such as fighting off zombies, dodging orc attacks or shooting down intergalactic robots. Players can choose a solo adventure or connect with friends in multiplayer games.
Similar to the first location located in Nashville, the Franklin arcade features spacious play areas and projector displays of gameplay to allow spectators to participate in the fun alongside players. New offerings in Franklin include more exclusive content available only on at The Rabbit Hole VR and expanded rentable space for on-location parties and events.
“The Franklin community has been so welcoming to us already,” said Mitchell Poythress, owner of The Rabbit Hole VR. “We’re excited to bring the families and companies that call Williamson County home a new level of entertainment with our VR arcade.”
The Rabbit Hole is located at 215 Gothic Court, Suite 201, in Franklin.
Hours of operation:
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday-Friday: 3pm – 9pm
Saturday: 10am -9pm
Sunday: Noon – 8pm
The TOA Sports Performance Center is a 174,000-square-foot facility owned by Tennessee Youth Sports. It currently holds 12 volleyball courts, six basketball courts, a cheerleading and tumbling arena and five dance recital rooms.
The arcade’s original location at 1807B Church Street in Nashville will continue business as usual with six VR stations. To learn more, please visit www.nashvillevr.com.
About The Rabbit Hole VR
The Rabbit Hole VR is Tennessee’s premier virtual reality provider. The company began offering on-the-go VR rentals for corporate events, conventions and more in 2016 and opened Middle Tennessee’s first brick-and-mortar VR arcade in August 2017. For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.nashvillevr.com and follow the arcade at @therabbitholevr on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.