Ann Arbor, MI (2655 Oak Valley Dr)

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Exterior, October 2019

2655 Oak Valley Dr, Store #334 was a Chuck E. Cheese's that opened on November 2, 2000 with a Studio C Alpha, which closed on December 2, 2020.

This location received the 16M Chuck E. animatronic from the Muskegon, Michigan store in June 2020, essentially turning it into a Studio C Alpha, 16M.

Also, this location should not be confused with Ann Arbor, MI (2196 W Stadium Blvd) which was a Pizza Time Theatre location that opened on December 30, 1981 with the Balcony Stage and closed in 1985 with the Family Album.




Originally when the store opened, they had a Studio C Alpha with a 32M Chuck E. animatronic. they would have the stage until they closed, but in June 2020, they replaced their 32M figure with a 16M figure which came from the Muskegon, Michigan (Muskegon had one of the original 7 "V1" Studio C Cappas), which closed in June 2020. As of October 2022, they have been the only Studio C Alpha to feature a 16M character (Alphas normally have the 32M character). they would have the "Studio C Alpha, 16M" for only 5-6 months, when they would close on December 2nd, 2020, possibly of the COVID-19 Pandemic, and the financial situation of CEC Entertainment, Chuck E. Cheese's parent company.

Stage Installed Removed Notes
Studio C Alpha October 2000 December 2020 32M Beta from October 2000 until June 2020. 16M Beta from June to December 2020.


Animatronic Serial Number Whereabouts Notes
Chuck E. Cheese 32M (Studio C) Unknown Destroyed Replaced in June 2020
Chuck E. Cheese 16M (Studio C) Unknown Destroyed Came from Muskegon, Michigan, which closed in June 2020.
Bird (Studio C) N/A Destroyed
Pizza Phone (Studio C) N/A Destroyed

Arcade Machines

Identified Machines:

Buzzy Buzzy Bee



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