The Retro Arcade Museum, Beacon, NY





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Published on Dec 28, 2009

NY Cablevision news story about the Retro Arcade Museum located in Beacon, NY.

Remember playing your favorite games at the local arcade, bowling alley, summer camp, or bungalow colony as a kid or teenager? They seemed larger than life and still do! Remember hearing your favorite tunes on the jukebox when songs were songs and you had change sides in the middle of the record?

Now you can relive the fun and share it with your friends and family at the Retro Arcade Museum. Were a fully operational "free play" arcade open exclusively to private events, having recreated the era down to the lighting & clocksl

Scores of classic handheld games are on display by companies like Bandai, Coleco, Entex, Epoch, Mattel, Tandy, etc.

The worlds very first video games, including examples of virtually all Atari, Magnavox Odyssey, Mattel Intellivision, Telstar, Vectrex and more are on display.some available to play!

You can even choose from our enormous music library and vintage TV shows like Welcome Back Kotter, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, S.W.A.T., and dozens more including the original commercials from that era. Its a real trip back in time!

Located in picturesque Beacon, NY, renowned for fine art galleries, restaurants, and museums, we are easily accessible from NY, NJ, CT, the Hudson Valley and Westchester -- just over an hours drive from NYC, a few blocks from the Metro North Train Station, and plenty of free parking.

Special packages for up to 40 people in a completely safe, private arcade with your choice of music, food, and vintage television.


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