The National Videogame Museum
Castle House, Angel St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S3 8LN, UK
About The National Videogame Museum
The US National Videogame Museum is a museum about the history of video games and the video game industry, located in Frisco, Texas. Opened in 2016, the museum includes classic video game arcade machines in an arcade setting, games on different video game consoles in a living room setting, games on historic computers, exhibits on the history of the industry, artifacts and memorabilia about the video game industry.
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