The National Video Game Museum in Frisco is one of the coolest places in the metroplex. Whenever you go there, you can count on something super spectacular to take your breath away. Now the museum has one of the coolest exhibits that will transport you to a simpler time of video games. The National Video Game Museum in Frisco has a new Sega Channel exhibit.
Sega Channel is famously known for creating Sonic the Hedgehog, and now you'll get to see tons of great memorabilia dedicated to the games. The exhibit consists of times dating back to the 90s, including prototypes, memorabilia, and promotional items. The exhibit is included in the museum's regular entrance cost.
Since this is the National Video Game Museum, you are allowed to play all of your favorite Sega games. As part of the display, there is a nice little TV that is hooked up and ready for you to play. The exhibit explores the last 25 years of the company and even includes some Tetris fun.
Of course, the museum has tons of more stuff to do, including a massive arcade, interactive photo stations, and rare accessories from all of your favorite video game brands.
The museum has exhibits in constant rotation so chances are you can stop by and find something new every time. The National Videogame Museum is located at 8004 Dallas Pkwy. For more information on the museum and this stellar exhibit check out their website here.
Once you're done there, you should stop by the Frisco Fresh Market where they are having a massive 10-day fall festival this October.
Sega Channel Exhibit
Address: 8004 Dallas Pkwy, Frisco, Texas 75034
Why You Need To Go: The exhibit features tons of memorabilia you won't find anywhere else all from the past 25 years of the company.