Over a hundred pinball and arcade machines set on free play
Classic Consoles from the 70s, 80s and 90s
Classic Computing including the Apple II and Commodore 64
Kids 10 and younger are free with an adult admission
"The 2012 edition of the Louisville Arcade Expo did us all proud, and everyone from the organizers (ArcadeRX), the vendors, the collectors who bring the games, to the people who attend should be really happy with how this city represents the retro scene."
"Our kids played video games for about 3 hours straight and we played along as some of the arcade games were 2 player and up to 4 player on the consoles. It was really awesome and brought back some memories to see them playing the games I remember loving at their age."