More than 200 arcade classics like basketball shooters, air hockey, fighting games and first person shooter games fill this amusement center
What You'll Get
- Family-owned business with arcade games and jukeboxes
- Only valid toward token games; quarter-only games are not included
- Includes 120 tokens to use on the more than 200 games
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must wait 24 hours before redeeming. Valid beginning 2/1/2020 due to construction being finalized. Limit 1 voucher per customer each day; cannot redeem both vouchers in 1 visit. Must use promotional value of each voucher in 1 visit. Only valid toward token games; quarter-only games are not included. Limit 1 per person. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Family Arcade
More than 200 games cover the 5000 sq. ft. Family Arcade. Here are just a few:
- Air hockey
- Basketball shooters
- Row after row of pinball machines
- Dance games
- Fighting games
- First person shooter games
The classic arcade is open every day of the week from 8:30 a.m.–1:30 a.m. and open late on the weekends until 2:30a.m.
Games cost between 1 and 4 tokens each.
Parking is available in the Arcade lot.
Outside the Arcade
Family Arcade also rents a wide variety of entertainment equipment—including jukeboxes—to restaurants, movie studios, and other businesses. Over the years, the Pecks have supplied pinball machines and other games to be used as props in a number of films and TV shows.
Meet the Family Behind the Arcade
The Peck Family, Circa the 1970s Family Arcade lives up to the first word in its name. In 1971, Harry and David Peck founded the company, an arcade and supplier of coin-operated amusement equipment. Over the decades, they've amassed countless pinball machines, arcade games, pool tables, and much more.
The Peck Family, 40 Years Later Harry and David are still at it more than 40 years later, now with the help of sons Robert and Stephen.