|Years active||1993 (?) -200?|
|Located||U. S. A.|
Exhilarama was a brand of Edison Brothers Mall Entertainment (EBME), a unit of Edison Brothers Stores. EBS was at the time a mall retail powerhouse fielding multiple stores in each mall, such as J. Riggings, 5-7-9, Foxmoor, and many other shoe shops and apparel stores.
EBME had acquired mall arcade chains Time-Out and Spaceport, and anticipated a demand for larger entertainment facilities (indoor Family Entertainment Centers) in or near malls. The Exhilarama concept included arcade, Midway games, virtual reality (Virtuality), a snack bar, party facilities, laser tag, prize redemption centers and flat rides.
A history of EBME is part of Mike Current's Atari History pages.
All locations were in the United States.