The Rabbit Hole VR brings virtual reality games to Franklin

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The Rabbit Hole VR opened a location at Franklin's TOA Sports Performance Center on Nov. 2. Courtesy The Rabbit Hole VR.

The Rabbit Hole VR opened a location at Franklin's TOA Sports Performance Center on Nov. 2. Courtesy The Rabbit Hole VR.

Nashville-based virtual reality company The Rabbit Hole VR opened its second location inside Franklin’s TOA Sports Performance Center on Nov. 2.

At over 6,000 square-feet, The Rabbit Hole VR touts the new location as being the largest in the Southeast and includes 12 high-end virtual reality stations where solo players or groups can immerse themselves in virtual games and adventures.

“The Franklin community has been so welcoming to us already,” said Mitchell Poythress, owner of The Rabbit Hole VR, in a press release. “We’re excited to bring the families and companies that call Williamson County home a new level of entertainment with our VR arcade.”

The Franklin virtual reality arcade includes spacious play areas, projectors for game play and game content exclusive to The Rabbit Hole VR. 615-499-6290.



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