National Videogame Museum

A Nintendo Entertainment System

From Arcade to Smartphone

If you’re an avid enjoyer of video games, be it on PC or console, you might want to consider visiting the National Videogame Museum (NVM) in Frisco, TX.

Currently being the only museum of its kind in America, NVM has paved the way for understanding the history, as well as the cultural and technical influence of the video game industry. From the humble beginnings of bulky arcade machines, to the advent of home consoles and ultimately the handheld revolution that we all know today.

Instead of just watching the games, the Videogame Museum invites you to pick up the controller yourself. Being a fully interactive experience, you can feel free to compete with other gamers or just use the opportunity to check out some constantly rotating video game classics from days long past.

The National Videogame Museum is housed in the Frisco Discovery Center, located at 8004 Dallas Parkway.

Nearby in Frisco

8004 Dallas Pkwy, Frisco, TX 75034

Quick facts

  • The first commercial video game "Computer Space" got released in 1971
  • Released in 2011, "Minecraft" is currently the most-sold video game in history

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