Reinventing the mall
It all started when businessman Marcel Adams bet he could do something that many thought was bound to fail: attracting families and tourists in what was still just a field on the outskirts of Quebec City in the early 1980s. Yet, ever since its creation in 1981, people have been flocking to the Galeries de la Capitale.
Determined to make it a unique and modern mall, the promoters got an idea that would make the reputation of the center and ensure its success in the long run: adding an indoor amusement park to create a new kind of customer experience. Méga Parc was born in 1985.
In 2017, after 30 years of undeniable success — becoming the second largest indoor theme park in Canada, right after the West Edmonton Mall, with over 400 000 annual visitors, — Méga Parc announced a vast rejuvenation project to modernize its attractions. To that end, Méga Parc called on Solotech’s audiovisual expertise, resulting in a mission accomplished with resounding success.