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Daytona Arcade Museum - CLOSED

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Daytona Arcade Museum - CLOSED

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176 N Beach St, Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3308
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Eva J wrote a review Jan 2020
Palm Coast, Florida2 contributions2 helpful votes
We had so much fun here . The exhibits and the old school arcades and the pinball machines. The kids as well as my husband and I totally enjoyed this place. We went back only to find it was closed. I sure hope that’s not permanent. We have been telling everyone about the place. Please let’s us know.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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CaseyMo921 wrote a review Jul 2019
Farmington, Minnesota38 contributions30 helpful votes
Although billed as a museum, this place is really more of a retro themed arcade. There are a few display items, but the collection of playable pinball and arcade games is what makes this place great. Your admission gives you full access to all of the games and you can play as long as you want. The atmosphere is quite unique. I'm guessing the venue used to be a nightclub when Daytona had more clubs as it has a stage and a balcony level. The interior is painted to look like a Grecian or Roman temple, with columns on the walls and themed murals. A bit of a contrast to the floor full of arcade games, but it kind of adds to the overall off the beaten path vibe. At the back of the stage is a projector screen and 80's music videos are played at top volume to add to the retro feel, much like the beginning of Tron. We went with friends and spent almost four hours playing different games on a weekday and it was not at all busy. Definitely a fun way to spend an afternoon.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Pioneer645161 wrote a review May 2019
11 contributions6 helpful votes
While we window shopped, our two sons played classic video and pinball games. We weren’t sure how much they’d enjoy themselves, since they’re used to fast paced online gaming. When we met an hour later they said it was awesome - they could easily see the fun of paying for a day of unlimited play ($20 all day vs $10/hour). Looks like we’ll be back!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Haylee S wrote a review Apr 2019
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The moment you walk in, its pure nostalgia. The purity of your childhood, the smell of coins on your hand, the sound of tickets printing, the Ooo's & Ahhh's from around the room. Oh did i forget to mention this is only the entrance? Behind the scenes is the museum or holy grail to some.. If you ever played, loved, heard of or obsessed over any 80s video game THEY HAVE IT. And you get to play every single game on display. Staff is wonderful, very polite ans just as excited as we were to be there. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED VISITING IF IN DAYTONA.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Scott S wrote a review Feb 2019
Orlando, Florida158 contributions69 helpful votes
I’ve been planning to visit this place for a while and finally got a chance to visit. A ton of great nostalgia here and plenty of fun playing at this arcade full of retro video games. The games were in great shape and the atmosphere is very cool here. We had a blast and plan on visiting again soon.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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