The Nostalgia Box Museum, Perth

#3 of 15 in Fun & Games in Perth
History Museum · Hidden Gem · Entertainment Center
At The Nostalgia Box Museum, you'll discover Australia's very first interactive video game console museum.

The museum contains more than 100 consoles, representing the evolution--and sometimes revolution--that occurred from the 1970s through the 2000s. Go behind the scenes of your favorite games and consoles, learning about the work that went into them, and how they established a foundation for the consoles of today. Play a plethora of classic video games, replaying games from your childhood or making entirely new discoveries. Play a round of Pong, challenge a friend to a high score in Space Invaders, or blast through levels of Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog, Alex Kidd, and Crash Bandicoot. This is merely scratching the surface. Relive your childhood, discover gaming's sometimes secret history, and plant appreciation for old-school gaming in a younger generation. Put The Nostalgia Box Museum at the forefront of your travel plans using our Perth online sightseeing planner.
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  • I was greeted with a friendly face and a great introduction as soon as I came through the doors. Everything was well maintained and well spaced. There were so many selections to play and try from. It....  more »
  • Took my 12 year old here to show him the games his Mum used to play. We had a great time competing against each other. He was very interested in seeing the evolution of the consoles. We spent just...  more »
  • A must visit for 80s kids. The name says it all - the museum, albeit a small one, has exhibits depicting the history of the gaming industry, from the 1940s to the 2000s and onward. The place also allows you to play classic games on classic consoles and arcade games, such as Super Mario, Mortal Kombat and Sonic the Hedgehog. The founder was there when i visited and was very friendly. Definitely worth the entrance fee.
  • Wow. I was so impressed on so many levels. The historical display was actually fascinating. There were also some great technical info / explainers like how the console guns know they're on target. Then of course it was really fun playing the games afterwards. Brought back some great memories and plenty of laughs.
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