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Sat, 29 Sep 2018 011:11:00 EST  -  Riptide Reef Marty
Riptide Reef Marty Key Lime Cove opened in Gurnee, Illinois near Six Flags Great America on February 29, 2008. The $137 million indoor water resort had 414 rooms, a 65,000-square-foot water park, a 8,000-square-foot arcade, a spa, and 6 eateries. While the water park was only accessible by hotel guests; the six restaurants, arcade, spa and shops were open to the public. On Dec. 16, 2009, just a little over a year from opening, Key Lime Cove filled for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. New management took over Key Lime Cove in June 2010.    Read More...     

Tue, 25 Sep 2018 014:37:00 EST  -  The House on the Rock
The House on the Rock In the 1945 Alex Jordan began building his weekend retreat on Deer Shelter Rock in Spring Green, WI. He filled the house with his personal collection of rare antiques and personal creations. In 1959 the house was opened to the public.2 The original house with 14 rooms grew into a complex of buildings, exhibits and garden displays. In December 1988 Alex sold the house to Art Donaldson, but remained the Artistic Director, of the House on the Rock, until his death on November 6, 1989. Today the House on the Rock is still open to the public. Patrons embark on a self guided tour thru three separate sections of the house. Tokens are used in the over 40, air powered, music machines or redeemed in the gift shops or food outlets.    Read More...     

Sun, 16 Sep 2018 11:05:00 EST  -  The 49th Street Galleria
The 49th Street Galleria The 49th Street Galleria had two locations in the USA. One was located in Murray, Utah and another in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Utah location was a massive amusement center located in a 154,000 square-foot building next to freeway I-15 in Murray, Utah. Opening in 1983, The massive building contained an arcade, a bowling alley, a miniature golf course, amusement rides, roller skating, batting cages, and food. Entrance into the building was free but visitors had to pay for the activities. Laser tag was added later when it was renamed to the utah fun dome.    Read More...     

Mon, 20 Aug 2018 14:30:00 EST  -  Crazy Cats
Crazy Cats Crazy Cats filed with the Ohio Secretary of State on November 10,1993 and closed in the early/mid 90's.1, 2 We could find one ad in the Dayton Daily News September 14, 1988, however we do not have access to it. We are looking for information about this token. Do you have any information about this Token? Please Contact us.    Read More...     

Mon, 20 Aug 2018 11:25:00 EST  -  Electric Galaxy
Electric Galaxy We are looking for information about this token. Do you have any information about this Token? Please Contact us.    Read More...     

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