This is where I held a tournament on Saturday. Google came out with their cameras and scanned the whole place.
Quoted from jimjim66:
Plan on visiting it in about a month. Do they let you pay to play the games, or are they there for just looking at?
The main museum is pay-one-price and everything is on free play. Normally it's $15 but sometimes you can catch a Groupon.
The only stuff you can't play is in the front: Ballyhoo, Contact, Jigsaw, and other historic pieces. However, if Mike Schiess is around he will probably demonstrate them for you.
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