Aladdin's Castle

Aladdin's Castle

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(706) 295-4014

2770 Martha Berry Highway Northeast

Rome
,
GA
30165

Aladdin's Castle is a business providing services in the field of Arcades & Amusements. Aladdin's Castle is located in Rome, GA on 2770 Martha Berry Highway Northeast.

Aladdin's Castle telephone number is (706) 295-4014.

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Helpful Tip for: Arcades & Amusements


Amusement arcades are present in Rome. These are places where people play arcade games, comprising video games, pinball machines, electro-mechanical games, redemption games, merchandisers etc. Slot machines for gambling may also be present. These games are put in cabinets with a display panel. There is a charge for using the arcade or for individual games, for a certain amount of time. Such places are especially popular among children.








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