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I bid a fond adieu to Playland-Not-at-the-Beach and everything they have managed to accomplish in the past decade in their small office building located along San Pablo Avenue. For those who don't already know what Playland Not-at-the-Beach is, it is part museum, part arcade and...More
Well first of all growing up in San Francisco we often went to Playland at the Beach! When we found out a lot of the Fun stuff went to El Cerrito and were pretty happy. Now we found out they are closing. Boo hooo hooo!!...More
Playland not at the Beach. Brought back memories of the real Playland at the Beach. It’s to bad it will be closing after Labor Day. The building is small but packed with lots of fun. We thought it would be a quick look around &...More
I thought it was a big building/place when I tried to find it. I passed it a couple of times. They packed a lot of stuff into the small place. It is a very unique place, not for everyone. They have a lot of old...More
Expected just a museum of the Playland at the Beach that closed in 1972 but much more was offered. We started off with the video of the orginal location and associated bath house. Then toured the diarama area of Circus, Christmas Village, Dicken Village and...More
What a treat to be able to play so many different, cool games without having to count your quarters. Very festive atmosphere there. The food is carny/theater food, but that's not important at all. A friend had her 65th birthday there and everyone had a...More
Never had heard of this place but a friend took us there and I was pleasantly surprised. Doesn't seem like much from outside but go in and step into a great time. Lots of pinball games and some interesting history also. You can also book...More