At The Nostalgia Box Video Game Museum, we set out to celebrate the people that made the video game industry what it is today. We want to shed light on why home video game consoles have evolved in the way they have. We showcase over 100 consoles from the 1970s through to the 2000s in an interactive exhibit. This is a great way to go behind the scenes and uncover the ‘making’ of the video game industry as you read stories of how each console was developed. You are sure to find most, if not all, retro consoles from your childhood as well as many you have never seen before.
Replay your favourite childhood games and get a chance to try out some games that you may have never experienced before in our gaming area. Included as part of the standard museum entry fee, you can spend hours playing the games you grew up with. We have all the classic games available to play like Pong, Space Invaders, Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog, Crash Bandicoot and many more. This is your chance to relive hours of childhood fun and share it with your friends and family! Have a game you wanna play with your friends or family? Why not book a party and request the consoles and games you most desire. We have a huge range of consoles and games to choose from and can host events and parties big or small!
We are obsessed with sharing unique and authentic product experiences that fuel our visitor’s geek core. Shop for apparel, functional and fun home and office decor, electronics and gadgets, collectibles, and much more. We have also partnered with Little Robot to bring you all the newest and best Gundam Kits for all you Gundam enthusiasts out there. So what are you waiting for? Come find the perfect gift for your geeky/nerdy loved ones. Get things you need and things you NEED (pronounced: want) here at our Gift Shop!
Monday to Sunday: 10.30am to 5pm
Closed WA Day 4 June 2018
Don’t Miss Out! Always book your tickets online or call us!
See you soon! 😀
“Atari 2600, Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Mega Drive? Yes, these were the times of early gaming! And they’re back!”