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The Strong Museum
A history museum that engages kids of all ages with hands-on exhibits and the world’s most comprehensive collection of toys, dolls, games, and video games.
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Andrew Borman 12h
Not to be outdone by yesterday's beta, here is the QuickTime 2.0 Beta, complete with a banana for scale.
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The Strong Museum Aug 10
Did you know that roller skates and the skateboard are both in the ? 🛹🛼 We can't wait for this park to open!
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Andrew Borman Aug 10
Continuing my cataloging adventure at with more software that will allow us to better access and use the collections here
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Jon-Paul Dyson Aug 10
Since adopted our play mission in ‘03 we have collected materials we think of most use to game scholars now but also most helpful to future researchers So games researchers-what do you think we should focus on collecting to most help present and future scholarship?
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The Strong Museum Aug 10
Limited spots are available in The Strong's Woodbury School this fall. Students learn and develop in playful activities involving art, music, cooperative games, movement, pre-reading, math, and other age-appropriate experiences. For more information, call 585-263-2700.
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The Strong Museum Aug 9
Would you rather cash in your tickets for small prizes or save them for something even bigger? 🤔 Sound off in the comments, then decide for yourself in The Strong's Pop-Up Midway exhibit, now open!
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Nicolas Ricketts Aug 6
Lots of attention recently. The estate of Jim Gould donated a copy last year. Jim was a playtester for GURPS and a designer, I believe, in the Car Wars series. A lifelong gamer & amazing games in his collection, many with marginalia and handwritten notes.
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The Strong Museum Aug 7
The food truck will be here today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. between the museum's parking garage and entrance. No museum admission necessary. Park free in the museum's garage for the first 30 minutes to grab lunch!
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The Strong Museum Aug 6
We are here to make sure you and your family can continue to play. We will continue to work hard to ensure your health and safety while visiting the museum.
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The Strong Museum Aug 5
You can learn a lot about yourself and the world around you through play.
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The Strong Museum Aug 5
The food truck will be here today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. between the museum's parking garage and entrance. No museum admission necessary. Park free in the museum's garage for the first 30 minutes to grab lunch!
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The Strong Museum Aug 4
Check out this week's Movrs podcast and learn all about The Strong's Woodbury School in a special interview with Debbie McCoy, the museum's assistant vice president for education.
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Nicolas Ricketts Aug 3
In 1977 the war game to have was Simulations Publications' (SPI) Middle Earth, originally 3 games in 1. Also known as Lord of the Rings it appeared in several different editions. Games were Middle Earth, Sauron, and Gondor. We also have Bakshi film cover version
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The Strong Museum Aug 4
The food truck will be here today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. between the museum's parking garage and entrance. No museum admission necessary. Park free in the museum's garage for the first 30 minutes to grab lunch!
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The Strong Museum Aug 3
The Strong has a new displaying honoring Jackie Robinson and his influence on playthings. View a doll made in the player's image, check out a board game inspired by him, and more near the Sesame Street exhibit.
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Andrew Borman Aug 3
Happy to add what could be some of the final Wii titles to the collection, this pair from
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Mama's Geeky - Tessa Smith Aug 2
Today my family went to . If you know me you know I am overly cautious right now and the thought terrified me. But honestly I am so glad we did it as we felt extremely safe! More details on their safety precautions here..
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The Strong Museum Aug 3
Replying to @MamasGeeky
Thanks for visiting!
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The Strong Museum Aug 3
The food truck will be here today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. between the museum's parking garage and entrance. No museum admission necessary. Park free in the museum's garage for the first 30 minutes to grab lunch!
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⚙️⚙️🏳️‍⚧️ the flutter-bi effect Jul 31
hey, look at this! my blog post for the just went up! last summer, i worked with to preserve the history of speedrunning and develop a model for digital community preservation at the Strong. read this for a glimpse into our work!
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