Only the most interesting venues are able to crack the World Almanac's list of the top 100 most unusual museums in the United States, and Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum in Farmington Hills fits the bill perfectly. Explore an array of automated marvels from the past 60 years with this deal:
• $7 (regularly $14) for a two-person museum package
• $17 (regularly $35) for a five-person museum package
• Each package includes $3 in quarters, popcorn, and a soft drink for every participant
• Open seven days a week
More Than Moving Parts
Founded in 1990, this intriguing shop boasts hundreds of vintage coin-operated machines from the past 60 years, each of which offers a unique, often quirky glimpse into the past. The Oakland Press praises owner Marvin Yagoda's eclectic collection of arcade games, fortune tellers, and other novelties as "every little kid's dream," a mechanical wonderland that shifts and changes so often, it nearly seems alive itself. Whether you're looking for historical penny arcade classics or their modern equivalent, Marvin's is sure to make your eyes go wide -- and leave your spirits soaring.
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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON March 3, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON March 4, 2013
back by popular demand:
Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum
Travel Back in Time with a Two-Person Admission Package
- from $7