Science Museum Of Minnesota Now Has An Old School Video Game Exhibit

I grew up playing video games. My Dad had Pong, way back in the day, I don't even remember what year that was. Then it was arcades.....remember Circus Pizza? I know my buddy Frank does......I can't even imagine the number of quarters we put in games like NBA Jam. Oh and then there's Nintendo.....then Sega......then Playstation......Yeah, I guess I'm a geek, but I'm okay with that.

PLUS, my wife and I just enjoy going to the Science Museum anyway, with and without the kids. This would be blast with no kids and few hours to kill.

Anyway, this exhibit is going to span ALL of that and WAY more.

The Minnesota Science Museum will become Minnesota's biggest arcade over the next few months as it becomes home to a video game exhibit.
Game Changers will take over the Great Hall on Level 4 of the St. Paul museum, taking visitors through the history of innovation within thegamingindustry.
This will include features exploring the designs behind world famousgameslikeSpace Invaders, Sonic the Hedgehog, andSim City.

The exhibit runs through May 5th. Get ALL the details PLUS the INSANE list of games you can play HERE

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