The perfect answer to summer boredom…
During the school year, your kids suffer from over scheduling, homework, tension, little quality time with friends, and no time for parents.
What kids need to do is spend an entire day playing video games!
That’s right. Video games.
The Replay Museum is a whole arcade of classic video games and pinball machines where you and your family can pay once and play all day long!
There’s air conditioning, great food near by and you can come and go as you please. For one price and play all day.
Imagine, just for a second, that you kids respect and admire something you can do…
By destroying your children in a video game!
“When the kids came in they were like, “whatever – mom” then after an hour or so of close, you could just see that the kids were impressed with what their mom could do”, said Gomez.
When was the last time you stood shoulder–to–shoulder with your kids, fighting together?
I remember when I was a kid, falling in love, for the first time with Star Wars. I think I’m also in love with Ms. Pac-Man, Tron, Frogger, Q*Bert, Donkey Kong, and many others. While it was my free time with friends, it would have been great to play with my mom or dad.
The Low Down
Replay Amusement Museum is a revitalized and rejuvenated video game arcade with classic video games and an amazing array of pinball machines. They’ve even got a stand up Minecraft game as well.
This is an interactive museum with over 100 working games that will but a smile on your face and with all machines set to “Free” play, they will also leave you with a cramp in your hand.
A 1 day pass to play all games, all day, for 13 years and up is just $13.
Children 7-12 are just $6
If you live close by, there are even monthly and yearly passes.
Again, cover price includes unlimited free play access to all pinball, arcade, and video games in the museum.
When You Go
If it’s your first time at an arcade, be prepared. It’s more fun than you expect.
Food is the furthest thing from anyone’s mind but you might want to pack some sandwiches and take a break outside so you can maintain a fresh perspective.
When we visited on a Saturday afternoon, it wasn’t too crowded and there was no waiting for any games. If someone was playing something, they soon moved on and there are plenty of other choices too.
You’ll play games you never spent the money to master, but always wanted to.
How to get to Replay
Replay is located at:
119 East Tarpon Avenue
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689