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Private Museum of Video Game

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Private Museum of Video Game

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ul. Adama Mickiewicza 11, Karpacz 58-540 Poland
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Polish Mountains from Wroclaw
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Polish Mountains from Wroclaw

Experience the beautiful scenery of Karkonosze Polish Mountains (the Giant Mountains) with Sniezka (the Snow Mountain) – that is situated 1603 meters above the sea level. During a day-long trip to Karpacz you will have the opportunity to admire the beauty of not only the Polish mountains but also Lower Silesian towns and villages.
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Marcin S wrote a review May 2019
Zgierz, Poland18 contributions1 helpful vote
Płace is rather small, however it is packed with content! Lots of old and unusual consoles and computers, some connected and playable as classics like contra or street fighter. Entrance is under 10,- per person if you come in a bigger group. I would recommend if you dig such stuff.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Roberto R wrote a review Nov 2017
Katowice, Poland134 contributions28 helpful votes
Original museum about the videogame history with a huge collection of console and accessories exposed. It's possible to play with some historical game as pac - Man. However, i think the interactive part should be improved to make the experience more engaging
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Date of experience: November 2017
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The Thirsty Traveler wrote a review Mar 2017
Bangkok, Thailand75 contributions34 helpful votes
The little video console museum in Karpacz has a great variety of home computers and video consoles at its command. Walking through the holy halls of fame and nerdism this breath taking museum sends you on a trip through the 80s and 90s. You can even play on a few consoles, and, of course, the monitors aren't modern flat screens but decent old TV sets with the size of a jacuzzi. I was only missing a Commodore VC20 and an Amstrad CPC 464 or 6128. For the rest I was completely flashed by the overwhelming offer of video consoles. If I recall correctly the entrance fee (this museum only) for me as an adult was 9 Złoty, which was worth every Groszy! Actually every city in the world should have such a museum!
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Abukaj wrote a review Jul 2016
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A lot of old-school game consoles (and computers). Some of the consoles are even operational and a visitor may play some classic games. The only drawback is that personal computers (Amiga 500, Atari 65XE, Commodore 64?) are presented there in a way suggesting they were consoles. I know that I am pedantic, but IMO they should be put in a separate area labelled "early personal computers" or so.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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