Melbourne has launched the world’s largest indoor Monopoly theme park that is a immersive entertainment experience designed around the classic game.
Monopoly Dreams opened to the public on Wednesday, taking over the lower floor of Melbourne Central in the CBD.
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The theme park experience is different to the board game as you cannot play in the traditional way and instead participate in Monopoly-themed games to win money.
Those who play can “Go To Jail” and have to crack a series of codes on a screen in the cell to get out.
There are property deeds for collection that are unique to Melbourne including the MCG and Brighton Bathing Boxes and a classic tram where players can hop on board and watch the 4D cinema.
Players also have a minute countdown to make it through a laser maze or try to catch flying Monopoly money in a room blasting air.
Players win Monopoly money which can be spent in the gift shop and cafe.
The Melbourne Monopoly Dreams is about twice as large as the original theme park in Hong Kong and cost $20 million to create.
“It’s money well spent. We’re planning on about half a million people throughout the year,” Mark Connolly from Monopoly Dreams told 7NEWS.
Tickets are $49.50 for those aged 16 and older, $38.50 for children aged 3 to 5 and $42.50 for concession.
Children younger than two are free but still require a ticket for the venue to monitor capacity.