The museum has collected the largest collection of working Soviet arcades in the world. There are a total of 300 exhibits in the museum fund. 74 unique automatic machines, this is about 70% of all varieties produced in the USSR. There are also rare examples, for example «Память» and «Астропилот».
In addition to slot machines, the museum has vending machines with real Soviet soda, a Voronezh mixer for “those very” milkshakes, an authentic “Spravochnaya”, and coin changers. Symbols of the era lurk in the corners of the museum: old magazines and retro tape recorders, cameras, filmstrips.
Moscow: The VDNKh site opened in 2019. Located in pavilion 57 of VDNKh (Historical Park “Russia, My History. XX century”). The main collection of the museum is located on the territory of the pavilion: about 40 arcade machines, as well as a machine with the same Soviet soda, “Information”, a telephone booth. Area – 400 m2, capacity – up to 150 people.
Exact address: Moscow, Metro VDNKh, 119 Mira Avenue, pavilion No. 57
Wednesday — Sunday, from 11 am to 7:30 pm
St. Petersburg: The museum is located on one of the central squares of the city. It opened in June 2013 in an 18th-century building that was built for the needs of the Court Stable Office and used to store carriages. It is symbolic that in Soviet times garages were located here, as well as production and repair shops of the Leningrad taxi fleet No. 1.
In the restored premises that the museum occupies, they built a second tier, which significantly expanded the space – now the area of the museum is about 300 m2.
Exact address: Konyushennaya Square, 2B, St. Petersburg. Opened daily, 11:00–21:00
STANDARD TICKET — 650₽
REDUCED TICKET — 500₽
CHILDREN UNDER 6 YEARS OLD ENTRANCE FREE
15 COINS = 15 GAMES + EXCURSION