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Replay Museum

~ Update from the Replay Mgmt. ~

Replay was packed with happy people today…And it feels terrible.
Both our hearts and minds recognize that it is vitally important to our healthcare workers and fellow humans to limit public gatherings at this time.
Replay will not participate in spreading this terrible virus.
Society shouldn’t need a mandate from the authorities to do the right thing.
We don’t either.
For that reason, Replay Museum will be temporarily closing up shop at 7pm Tuesday, March 17th. As much as it sucks and will be financially devastating to our small business, the good of our society is more important.
We’re not going to tell you how to do your part because you already know.
#flattenthecurve    #dontbeaspreader    #stayhome
P.S. You’re personally invited when we re-open. We’ll assess the situation daily and keep you updated.
P.P.S Is there a special game you’d want us to add when we come back? Leave us an answer on the “Contact” page!

Mission Statement

Replay Museum promotes the art, science and cultural significance of mechanical amusement machines to preserve these historical artifacts for future generations.


About Replay Amusement Museum

Pinball, jukeboxes and video arcade games have always been considered more than entertainment. They are a scrapbook of America, a looking glass of culture, and a pleasure-filled journey winding through a wonderful marriage of art, science and technology.

Our facility is an interactive museum with over 120 “playable” games and unique amusement devices set to “Free” play. We encourage our guests to immerse themselves in a place that has been long since seen, yet never forgotten.

Most museums follow a standard approach of displays to be viewed in a walk, stop, and look. The Replay Museum’s vision is to create a touch, play, and learn environment that is both educational and exciting.

We strive to awaken the sweetest memories of those who grew up in a different time and trigger the fascination and interest in a younger generation.


119 Tarpon Avenue Tarpon Springs, FL 34689


(727) 940-3928
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Sunday: Closed

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 11am – 7pm

Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: Closed

Friday: Closed

Saturday: Closed


  • Daily admittance adults

  • Daily admittance children

    For children 7-12 years old (with a paying adult)

  • Children ages 6 and under

    (with a paying adult)

  • Late night date night

    Friday’s & Saturday’s 8pm - 11pm