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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.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum opened its doors on October 21, 1959 and is one of the best-known museums in New York City and one of the 20th century’s most important architectural landmarks. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the museum, which is often called simply The Guggenheim, is the permanent home to a renowned collection of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern, and contemporary art, and also features special exhibitions throughout the year.

Tucked away in Floridas panhandle the 26 miles of the Beaches of South Walton in Floridas panhandle boast costal dunes graceful waves and emerald green waters
The towns and beaches of South Walton, Florida, in Floridas panhandle are family travel favorites
Family Travelers find them safe
Family Travelers find thee beaches of South Walton Fun
And the Beaches at South Walton are very friendly
But South Walton Beaches in Florida have a collection of colorful towns and classy shops where streets speak of another age
And South Waltons Beaches gingerbread homes wink with whimsy
The Beaches of South Walton Beaches in Florida are for nature lovers or any kind of lover that prefers grace, romance and family fun

To travel the Hudson Valley in New York, is to see a Hudson Valley of farmers markets everywhere, like this one in Kingston across the river
Hudson Valley, New York, has colorful cafes and pizza joints And of course the mighty, lovely Hudson Valley runs through the Hudson Valley where small, sleepy villages line its banks.
This is the Hudson River Valley.
But dont let the easy pace fool you
There are interesting inns like the quirky, historic and quite charming Rheincliff Inn or the sprawling old Beekman Arms dating back to 1766
But the Hudson valley has shinning examples of contemporary art like the futuristic Frank Gerry designed Center for the Performing Arts at off beat Bard College
And whimsical touches that give these towns a unique character and flavor.
And if youre talking unique Hudson Valley attractions, how abut the Vanderbilt Mansion, the house Frederick and Louise built back in Americas Gilded Age
But at the end of the day its the beauty of the river and the sky and the hills of the Hudson Valley that bring visitors back to this place of tranquility and small town Americana

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