Booking Info

The following information is provided as a reference for museums and museum professionals interested in the possibility of booking the VIDEOTOPIA exhibit.

Exhibit Size:

  • Scalable from 1,500 sq. ft. to over 10,000 sq. ft.


  • From 60 to over 150 hands-on exhibits (depending on host's hall size), including interactives that detail the inner workings of video game and computer technology, careers in technology, and the logical creation of a video game.

typical installation:

  • 1,500 - 4,500 sq. ft.
  • 35 to 40 arcade video games
  • 2 large-scale simulator games
  • Approx. 15 exhibit components
  • Approx. 35 information pedestals
  • Shipped in one 53' air-ride tractor trailer

large installation:

  • 4,500 sq. ft. or larger hall.
  • 70 to 100 arcade video games
  • 5 or more large-scale simulator games
  • Approx. 15 exhibit components
  • Approx. 45 information pedestals
  • Shipped in two 53' air-ride tractor trailers or 4 40' shipping containers

Exhibit participation includes a representative for on-site set-up and strike, and one part-time exhibit technical supervisor. All necessary maintenance is provided.

Additional Costs:

  • incoming shipping
  • Insurance

Additional Revenue:

  • Optional sales of merchandise related to exhibit (T-shirts, hats, books, etc.)
  • host institutions may secure local sponsors.


  • Estimated Installation time: 2 days to 1 week with a 4-person crew
  • Estimated Strike time: 2 days with a 4-person crew


3 and 4 month venues available (typical) and longer displays are possible based upon availability

Videotopia can also furnish displays via rental or sale of restored classic and later-model video games piecemeal to accompany exhibits (e.g. a driving simulator for a racecar exhibit,) as well as provide displays for trade shows and specialized conventions.

For more information, please contact:
Jeff Anderson
Videotopia Operations
phone: 952-200-4060


VIDEOTOPIA and Electronics Conservancy are registered trademarks of The Electronics Conservancy, Inc. All rights reserved. All photos (c)2011, Electronics Conservancy. All videogames, characters, brand names, and trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.