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Gold Mine

Number of Locations 1

Description

Gold Mine arcade chain mainly operated in regional shopping malls and wasn’t as large in operation as others. Gold Mine played on the thematic image of its name, with entrances surrounded by rock, having the appearance of a mine shaft. The interior also had a tunnel-like midway with overhead wooden beams. Gold Mine was founded in 1975, with the first location opening in Kingsport, Tennessee, in the Kingsport Town Center Mall (now Fort Henry Mall). In addition to Tennessee, Gold Mine expanded into Arizona, Connecticut, Colorado, Florida, and California, which had 10 arcades alone throughout different shopping malls.

Locations

Name Location State Country Check-ins Details
Gold Mine - Enfield Square 90 ELM ST., ENFIELD Connecticut United States 0 Arcade (Classic Videogame)