Final Days to Visit Malibu Grand Prix Family Entertainment Center

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Popular bay area attraction closes this summer.

On August 18, Malibu Grand Prix Family Entertainment Center, in Redwood City, will close its doors one last time. During its 35 years of operation, Malibu has been a place for guests and employees alike to have fun, make lasting memories, and build lifetime friendships.

The park opened in 1979 under the name Malibu Grand Prix and offered miniature Indy car racing. The park has maintained this original attraction and guests can still drive ¾ scale Indy cars on the Malibu track today. The park will be closing on August 18th –so come enjoy it while it lasts.

Malibu is much more than a racing facility. In addition to having the fastest go-karts and the largest single-racer track in the Bay area, the park offers miniature golf, batting cages, an arcade, and more to entertain guests. Visit Malibu now for the final days to make new memories. From now until the last day of operation on August 18th, guests can take advantage of a special offer to enjoy unlimited attractions; including Miniature Golf, Turbo Go Karts, and Bumper Boats for only $19.99. Visit for more information on this limited time offer.

About Malibu Grand Prix Family Entertainment Center
Malibu is a Family Entertainment Center that offers a wide range attractions and services geared toward family fun. The park features a Grand Prix track, bumper boats, batting cages, miniature golf, turbo go-karts, and a huge arcade full of gaming options. The park has been open since 1979 and will be closing out its final summer season on August 18th, 2013. Malibu is currently owned and operated by Palace Entertainment.

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Michele Wischmeyer