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RangeR wrote a review Apr 2020
Canada689 contributions92 helpful votes
Located on two floors inside an electronics shop near the marina, this small exhibit is free to visit at your leisure. There is no staff and very minimal information, but I suspect anyone coming to visit is there for the nostalgia more than anything else. It’s worth taking a look if you are arriving/leaving the city via a ferry but not really worth the trouble to specifically come see. Note: You can also take the elevator all the way to the roof of the same building if you wish to take a look at the MiG-21BIS fighter jet on display there.…
Date of experience: August 2019
Gleb Kh wrote a review Mar 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Tried to see this place but whole floor is closed for visiting and sadly no more museum. One good thing is a observation area on top floor (elevator in the middle) with MG-130 Jet.
Date of experience: March 2020
1 Helpful vote
johndinsky wrote a review Dec 2019
York, United Kingdom2 contributions
If you're planning to visit you should be aware this place is not a museum. It's one room with glass cabinets full of vintage gaming machines.
Date of experience: September 2019
product-of-canada wrote a review Sep 2019
Toronto, Canada2,234 contributions840 helpful votes
I guess you're either into vintage gaming, or you're not. You can see warplane museums in many cities of the world. There are less places to find vintage gaming museums that are free. Looking at the old Atari gaming system, with the fake wooden paneling, brings me back.
Date of experience: July 2019
2 Helpful votes
pengemex wrote a review Oct 2018
Budapest1,249 contributions494 helpful votes
Might be interesting for game geeks. It is a very small exhibition, but entry is free. If you visit the MIG on the roof than it is worth a short stop by the elevator.
Date of experience: October 2018