National Videogame Museum In Frisco TX is situated in Frisco in Texas in USA. This place is famous for its interactive electronic entertainment, design and game history exhibitions. It includes unique collection of over 80 classic games (some are even rare), both vintage and modern arcade cabinets, plus hundreds of other gaming-related historical artifacts.
National Videogame Museum In Frisco TX exhibits information about the beginning days of Atari Inc., Nintendo, Sega, PlayStation and Microsoft Games Studios to name a few. The museum has dedicated arcade galleries with displays for Pac-Man, Asteroids, Centipede among others along with an Xbox 360 lounge that provides players access to more than 20 games including Halo 3 through Kinect system.
There are museums dedicated to music, cars, aviation, toys and sports. But nothing beats National Videogame Museum In Frisco TX when it comes to interactive electronic entertainment. The museum also houses a theater that screens movies and documentaries on game history. Visitors can also enjoy their time in the gift shop where they can purchase games and other memorabilia.
A general admission ticket costs $12 and gives you access to the arcade galleries along with an Xbox 360 lounge for players along with two hours of play time inside the arcade area before closing time. For $20, visitors get all-day access to the entire museum including behind-the-scenes special exhibits gallery which is not normally open for public viewing.