Experience off-site fun and team-building like no other at the best virtual reality attractions in Orlando (V Play at Main Event Orlando pictured).
Updated March 12, 2021
Are your group’s offsites real life — or are they just fantasy? At virtual reality (VR) attractions in Orlando, the answer can be both! Whether your attendees dream of becoming Star Wars characters, battling zombies, or just entering a realm of pure, digital imagination, here’s your guide to some of Orlando's top VR offsite options, which attendees can enjoy with confidence thanks to enhanced health and safety measures designed to protect them. Once the real work of the day is done, gear up for virtual fun!
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Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified or closed. Learn more about healthy business travel and safety information in Orlando, and check with your favorite businesses for their current status.
The VOID at Disney Springs®
Heralded as one of Orlando’s most immersive VR attractions, The VOID at Disney Springs offers two unforgettable experiences: Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire and Ralph Breaks VR, the latter of which is based on Disney’s blockbuster Wreck-It Ralph animated films.
In Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire, up to four companions travel to the lava planet of Mustafar on a mission of vital importance to the Rebellion. Disguised as Stormtroopers, and with an assist from Rogue One’s K-2SO, they’ll solve puzzles and fight giant lava monsters as they make their way through the enemy compound.
Meanwhile, Ralph Breaks VR invites guests to play the coolest video game ever alongside Wreck-It Ralph himself. Both full-sensory experiences are a blast, and private group bookings are available. However, be prepared to allow up to one hour for an end-to-end experience during peak times — trust us, it’s worth the wait!
VR Game Room at Universal’s Aventura Hotel
Universal’s Aventura Hotel is the newest onsite property at Universal Orlando Resort, and it’s packed with extras for guests — including the VR Game Room! Open from 2-10 p.m. daily, it offers six different virtual experiences, including Fruit Ninja, Longbow, Snowball, Space Pirates, Vortex and Zombie Training Center.
V Play at Main Event Orlando
Part of the entertainment lineup at Pointe Orlando, Main Event Orlando pairs chef-inspired dining and beverages with state-of-the-art bowling and many other ways to meeting attendees to unwind. For the latter, one of the most incredible options is V Play, a free-roam, multiplayer, VR arcade.
V Play’s scenarios include Outbreak Origins, Engineerium (depicted in this blog’s cover photo), Singularity and Zombie Survival. Depending on which one they choose, your attendees will soon be battling zombies or robots, solving physics problems, and facing other challenges that blur the line between gaming and reality.
Main Event has ample space for meetings and corporate events, and Visit Orlando will be happy to work with you to ensure that V Play is included with your group’s package.
Racing Simulators and More at Andretti Indoor Karting & Games
Racing fans, start your (virtual) engines! On top of multi-level, real-life kart races, Andretti Indoor Karting & Games provides the chance to go even faster with its CXC VR Motion Pro II Simulators. With the help of a Virtual Reality HTC Vive headset and full-motion simulators, guests will feel their vehicle’s vibrations, sense the tension in their seatbelt, and hear the sounds of speed as they race on some of the world’s best tracks.
For a VR experience that’s slower-paced but no less exciting, your group can take a spin on one of three scenarios at XD Dark Ride. Andretti also recently added another VR option, Hologate, where four-player teams undergo full sensory immersion in action-packed environments.
Andretti offers a full range of meeting and event options for as many as 2,000 guests, all of which can be supplemented with the venue’s chef-driven food and drink menus.
How to Train Your Dragon at iFLY Orlando Indoor Skydiving
Fans of DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon series can now experience the movies firsthand with this new VR option at iFLY Orlando Indoor Skydiving. As with a standard flight, guests soar on a wall-to-wall cushion of air under the guidance of a skilled instructor — only this time, the visuals will be provided by a VR-equipped helmet. You’ll also be glad to know that iFLY can help with team-bonding activities, off-site conferences and meetings, and other business-related events.
7D Dark Ride Adventure at ICON Park®
Find out how many zombies your group can take down at 7D Dark Ride Adventure, one of many can’t-miss attractions that make ICON Park a must-visit for groups of any size. Guests will be armed with special glasses and a zombie-fighting weapon for a virtual adrenaline rush that’s enjoyed from the comfort of a theater seat.