Novi Chuck E. Cheese gets renovated, Canton location updates underway

Guests at Novi’s Chuck E. Cheese may have noticed some work being done the last few months. After a lengthy renovation process, the home of the mouse who loves to have fun is completely renovated, taking a step into the 21st century.

The Chuck E. Cheese at 44275 W. 12 Mile in the Twelve Mile Crossing at Fountain Walk center now sports a new look, from the outside signage to the party area to a few new electronic games. The work — done overnight the past four months after the entertainment center closed for the day — has recently wrapped up, allowing guests to see the new look for Chuck E. Cheese.

“It’s a beautiful space and they’re very excited about the new games,” said Katy Serba, a field marketing specialist with Chuck E. Cheese in Michigan. “They’re genuinely excited. That is what we want to see, especially after this post pandemic side.”

Some of the biggest changes are in the back of the center, which Serba said is the largest Chuck E. Cheese location in Michigan. Gone is the animatronic band with talking animals, replaced with a video board playing music and other entertainment. An interactive dance floor was added to the party area, allowing children to play games while getting out that excess energy.

Katy Serba, a field marketing specialist for Chuck E. Cheese in Michigan, shows off part of the newly-redone party area in the back of the Novi center.

“It is probably one of the most ‘wow’ factors,” she said. “If we have a birthday party that comes in for the first time and they see that, they’re more excited about that.”

The new look is the first major facelift the Novi center received since it opened about 15 years ago, Serba said.

Several new games have also been added, bringing some new thrills for kids both young and old. Several classics remain, including skeeball, Sketch Book and other regular fans will recognise.

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