A brand new attraction has just opened in York city centre.
The Old Penny Lane is a museum of old arcade machines, which opened yesterday (Easter Monday).
The family entertainment centre is a collection of the vintage machines which were often seen at the seaside in years gone by.
On show is everything from fortune teller machines to a Grand National race.
There’s even one saucy one called ‘Oh Boy’, featuring a woman wearing a bathing suit and promising ‘Real Moving Pictures’ – for one old penny only!
Families are encouraged to play on the games.
They belong to collector Bob Hanley, who told the Liverpool Echo that he worked in the double glazing industry “and every time I’ve had a bit of money, I’ve sourced these machines from all over the country”.
And now they’re here in York! Take a look around…