Family Entertainment Destination Lost Worlds Myth & Magic Opens in Henderson

Family Entertainment Destination Lost Worlds Myth & Magic Opens in Henderson
There’s a new option for local families and organizations to have fun and escape the heat. Lost Worlds Myth & Magic is now open in Henderson, offering 30,000 square feet of medieval-themed indoor play areas. 

Lost Worlds, near the 215 Beltway’s Stephanie Street exit at 1450 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, has activities for people of every age.

Lost Worlds Myth & Magic is now open in Henderson
Lost Worlds Myth & Magic is now open in Henderson

Features:

  • Four-level super play structure with ball pit, cannon blasters and slides
  • State-of-the-art arcade and air hockey
  • Knights ninja course
  • Laser tag
  • Mini-bowling alley
  • Climbing wall
  • Massive slides for inflatable inner tubing
  • Toy factory to build your own stuffed dragon
  • Toddler area
  • Rest area with recliners and televisions
  • Cottage Cafe offering pizza, chicken wings, hot dogs, chicken nuggets, salads, and drinks. Coming soon: deli sandwiches and espresso bar.

“We pride ourselves on our friendly staff and our exceptionally clean facility,” said Anthony Botta, general manager. “From little ones to parents, our goal is for everyone to enjoy themselves while they’re here.”

This is the first Lost Worlds location in Nevada, creating 30 new jobs for the local economy.

“We are excited to welcome this new and creative entertainment concept to Henderson,” said Barbra Coffee, the city’s economic development and tourism director. “It is so important to have a variety of options for family fun in our city.”

Hillary Steinberg of MDL Group leased the space. She added, “The high ceilings, readily available parking and location made it the ideal location for Lost Worlds Myth & Magic.”

Owner Glen Peterson said, “We’re excited to open in Henderson, a great town with a family-oriented environment. We got lucky that this facility became available in the perfect spot. It’s close to all the Green Valley and Henderson neighborhoods, but also convenient to the freeway for families from all over the valley.”

Peterson’s story is relatable to many people in the Las Vegas Valley. During the housing crisis of 2008, he and his wife Diane found themselves seeking a new career path out of real estate. Parents of two children, attending a friend’s birthday party gave them the idea for the new business plan.

“We thought, ‘Hey, we could take this concept to the next level.’ And Lost Worlds was born,” Peterson said. “We can do it all — birthday parties, field trips, graduation parties, corporate team building, you name it.”

For more information, visit http://lostworldslv.rocks.