GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - The Neville Public Museum is talking about its most successful summer exhibit in six years.
The Golden Age of Arcade Video games wrapped up this past weekend.
It's the first exhibit ever to be extended. It ran for an additional two weeks.
Museum Director Rolf Johnson says summer attendance nearly doubled with close to 30,000 visitors through the doors. During the exhibit's run, the museum secured a $19,000 grant from the state to expand marketing across Wisconsin that included a billboard campaign and other advertising.
Johnson is thanking Green Bay resident Bradley Czech for use of his private collection that includes over 200 arcade games.