Without leaving Century City, Dreamscape Immersive is once again transporting guests to faraway worlds.
Starting Thursday, May 6, Dreamscape Immersive, at Westfield Century City, Los Angeles, CA, located on the Level Two near Eataly and Del Frisco’s, will reopen its location-based, fully immersive, virtual reality experience, featuring four epic adventures:
- The Blu: Deep Rescue
- Alien Zoo
- The Curse of the Lost Pearl: A Magic Projector Adventure
- Dragons: Flight Academy
Guests ages 10+ can become the hero of their own story, have mind-bending, heart-pumping adventures, and travel to an intergalactic location, all in one place!
**To ensure a healthy and safe environment for all of our guests, only private adventures are being sold, where one travels only with their trusted crew. Just purchase two or more tickets per experience and the POD is all yours.
**In addition, Dreamscape has added enhanced cleaning procedures, social distancing standards, mandatory masks wearing for guests and employees.
About Dreamscape Immersive:
Dreamscape Immersive is a world-leading VR company pioneering immersive experiences for entertainment, enterprise, and education.
Dreamscape was founded in 2017 by an unlikely pairing: an extraordinary group of Swiss technologists with roots in medicine called Artanim and a mix of proven leaders in entertainment. These medical researchers, cinematic heavyweights, live events experts, and gaming veterans all came together under a collective mission: to leverage singular VR technology with Hollywood-certified storytelling to create unforgettable virtual reality experiences.
Dreamscape’s founders include Swiss computer scientists Caecilia Charbonnier and Sylvain Chagué; entrepreneur Ronald Menzel; producer, screenwriter, and former head of Dreamworks Motion Pictures, Walter Parkes; former Chief Creative Officer of Disney Imagineering, Bruce Vaughn; global music events producer and serial entrepreneur Kevin Wall; and global live events producer, Aaron Grosky.
The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, with a facility in Geneva.