There is a lot to celebrate about the Asbury Park Boardwalk, and today we are going to focus on one of the most talked about attractions on the boardwalk.

Raise your hand if you love Silverball Museum Arcade. It's certainly one of the most talked about places on the Asbury boards and understandably so. It is amazing fun for kids, and for that matter, the kid in all of us.

First and foremost, it's a huge tribute to the pinball and games we all grew up loving and playing. But of course Silverball does so much more. They give your kids the opportunity to to experience the joys of their parent's childhoods.

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Silverball has hundreds of games rotating, so the possibilities are endless, and you can even have your next event or party there, and who isn't going to love that? It would make your special occasion one your guests will never forget.

And of course there's the opportunity to buy games or even sell games and so much more. You can even donate a game. And by the way, Silverball does a ton of stuff for charity as well, including the Arc of Monmouth County.

And they get their share of honors, too. They were named 2021's Most Loved Indoor Play Center by Hulafrog. This place needs to get on your summer bucket list this summer.

It's just another of the amazing attractions waiting for you at the gorgeous Asbury Park Boardwalk this summer. If you want to get some great info on Asbury Park businesses and events, just check out the Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce website.

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