Magic Cass: The new theme park is like a spaceship from the future

In an effort to become the “Israeli Vegas”, and after the DC design complex has already been built, this week Mishor Adumim launched another respectable part of the program. The Magic Kass, the largest indoor amusement park in Israel, opened its doors with a festive launch, and there was definitely magic there. I have visited countless amusement parks – large, impressive, well-designed and much more sophisticated, but the visit to the new park definitely got me out of the enthusiastic seven-year-old Shai. The childishness, the colorfulness and the neon lights caught my eye, and the founders of the park seemed to have thought of almost everything except one thing.

Magic Kass theme park opens to the general public (Photo: PR, Debbie Communications)

So let’s start from the bottom line, the new theme park is absolutely impressive and provides a magical and exciting experience that can last an entire day. Amusement and extreme facilities can suit almost any age. The little ones can find themselves in a gymboree or video game console, while the big ones can enjoy VR complexes, roller coasters and 360-degree facilities, which bring out even the strongest with a slight dizziness. The fun part is that parents can also enjoy the experience, facilities and games, and for the lazy ones there is always the rest area on the second floor, from which you can watch all the facilities from above.

Although the place itself is not very large, the founders of the park were able to arrange the facilities in a precise way, which does not create a feeling of overcrowding. One of my favorite things about the new park was the creative design that gives no rest to the eyes – the lights in every corner, the colorful ceiling, the disguised place workers and even the chairs that got animal legs. There is no doubt that whoever designed the space took lemonade out of the lemon.

A peek inside (Photo: Daniel Strabo)

And now for theater lovers, the new theme park also provides a show called, “How Not,” “The Magic Of Kass,” which tells the story of a magician who embarks on a journey around the world in order to find the perfect magic. In the invested show the magician travels between different worlds and cultures, from the Far East, through Africa, and even within the digital world space.

The set changes quickly and is aided by a projection screen that surrounds the actors from three directions, the costumes are colorful and special, and the actors reach up to the audience and make it feel an integral part of the plot.

The play - The Magic Of Kass (Photo: Moshe Shai)The play – The Magic Of Kass (Photo: Moshe Shai)

The cost of entering the park + the show is expected to cost 145 NIS, and without a show it costs 99 NIS. But beyond the usual payment options we are familiar with, like credit cards, cash, or digital wallets, at Magic Kass Park think of a creative idea that is built entirely within a dedicated app for the park. In the app, which was developed with an investment of NIS 2.5 million, parents will be able to top up money, thus limiting the amount they will want to spend in the park.

And how does it work? Each visitor will receive a bracelet with a barcode with the amount of money charged on it. If you want to add more, you can always charge the bracelet at one of the charging stations scattered around the place. This way, you can enjoy a free experience in the park, but without exceeding the amount you have allocated for recreation.

The largest indoor amusement park in Israel (Photo: Daniel Strabo)The largest indoor amusement park in Israel (Photo: Daniel Strabo)

“After 3 years of construction, seeing our guests enjoy the advanced amusement facilities in the park, the spectacular show on which dozens of talented professionals worked, some of the leading in their field in Israel, and all the other attractions the park offers visitors – this is a very exciting experience for us. Later, out of a desire to continue to create for our visitors a one-time visiting experience, “Karin told Rom Noy, CEO of Magic Kass.

Samba Balloon facility (Photo: Daniel Strabo)Samba Balloon facility (Photo: Daniel Strabo)

After such a busy day full of activities, games, performances and extreme facilities, all that is left is to return home satisfied – but the road is the problem. Although getting there by car is not very complicated, but when it comes to public transportation, it is best that you give up. Although the remote location was chosen with intent, the estimates around it are not enough.

To get from the nearest central station, in Jerusalem, you will have to change three long buses. However, the park’s developers believe that although it is not located in Gush Dan, and even beyond the Green Line, the attractions provided by the entire complex are strong enough to attract residents from all over the country.

And in conclusion, the new amusement park is definitely considered a successful pastime for families, especially those with smaller children. The overall experience of sweeping facilities, fascinating appearance and breathtaking design, totally worth the trip. Hope you enjoy!


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