National Video Game Museum coming to Texas this winter

By GamingNexus On 9 Nov, 2015 At 07:00 PM | Categorized As Gaming Industry News | With 0 Comment

Looks like the folks in the Dallas / Ft Worth area will be the first to enjoy a trio down video game memory lane soon as the National Video Game Museum is slated to open in Winter 2015. The museum will be situated in Frisco, TX on the norther edge of the Dallas / Ft Worth Metroplex. The museum will be home to a console timeline, 1980’s style arcade, Pong on a giant 15-ft replica TV from the 1970’s and the actual office of Randy Pitchford, founder of Gearbox software. Admission will be $12 for 13-65 and $10 for all others. Sounds like a good time for gamers of all ages if you are in the area.

If You Go:

  • WHERE: Inside the Frisco Discovery Center 8004 N. Dallas Pkwy, Frisco, Texas 75034
  • WEB: www.nvmusa.org
  • ADMISSION: $12/adult (ages 13 – 65); $10/children 12 and under; military; educators; seniors


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