Play your way through the history of electronic driving games and experience America’s long fascination with the need for speed at the original Raceway Arcade.
Start your engine and zip through the evolution of driving games in this highly interactive and artifact-rich exhibit designed for racing enthusiasts of all ages.
- Challenge friends to the two-player Daytona USA (1994), three-player Super Sprint (1986), and the two-player favorite Mario Kart Arcade GP2 (2007).
- Be the first to the finish line in arcade classics such as Out Run (1987) and Cruis’n USA (1994).
- Grab the wheel in the modern favorite Cruisin’ Blast (2017).
- View pioneering racing games from The Strong’s collections—including Drive Mobile (1941) and Atari’s Gran Trak 10 (1974).
- See how the precursors to modern video games operated by examining the inner-workings of the electro-mechanical Chicago Coin’s Drive Master (1969).
Produced by The Strong’s International Center for the History of Electronic Games.
Playable machines in Raceway Arcade require purchased tokens. Money collected from the sale of tokens helps maintain these original artifacts.
The following arcade video games from the extensive collection of the International Center for the History of Electronic Games are on display and playable in the Raceway Arcade exhibit of The Strong Museum.
(Note: Arcade games are sometimes rotated for maintenance. This list is updated periodically and is accurate as of the date below.)
- Atari LeMans
- Banzai Run pinball
- Cruis’n Blast
- Cruis’n USA
- Daytona USA
- Gumball Rally
- Mario Kart GP
- Road Blaster
- Sega Gremlin Turbo
- Sega Hot Rod
- Sega Outrun
- Spy hunter
- Super GT
Presented in the Fidelis Care Gallery.