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Gold Mine

The former Westwood Mall Gold Mine in Houston, Texas.

Years active 1973[1] - 2009
Definition Arcade company
Located U. S. A.
Status Closed

Contents

Background[]

Gold Mine was a chain of arcades found inside various shopping malls across the United States from Hawaii to New York, along with some also existing in standalone locations. Gold Mines were notable for having a mineshaft theme.

Locations[]

Arizona[]

Phoenix[]

  • 1871 Camelback Rd. E #A
  • 5220 Indian School Rd. W. #H-9
  • 9643 Metro Parkway W. #A

Tucson[]

  • 3601 Broadway Boulevard E.

California[]

Canoga Park[]

  • Topanga Plaza

Fairfield[]

Long Beach[]

  • 507 Long Beach Bl. N.

Newark[]

  • New Park Mall

Redding[]

  • Mount Shasta Mall

Riverside[]

  • Tyler Mall

San Mateo[]

  • San Mateo Fashion Island

Santa Maria[]

  • Town Center East

Ventura[]

  • Buena Ventura Shopping Center

Colorado[]

Littleton[]

  • Southwest Plaza Mall

Northglenn[]

  • Northglenn Mall

Pueblo[]

  • Pueblo Mall

Connecticut[]

Enfield[]

  • Enfield Square

Florida[]

Fort Myers[]

  • Edison Mall

Lake City[]

  • Gleason’s Corner Mall

Leesburg[]

  • Lake Square Mall

Merritt Island[]

  • Merritt Square Mall

Naples[]

  • Coastland Mall

Tallahassee[]

  • Governor’s Square Mall

Georgia[]

Atlanta[]

Augusta[]

  • Augusta Mall

Morrow[]

  • Southlake Mall

Savannah[]

Illinois[]

Normal[]

  • College Hills Mall

Peru[]

  • Peru Mall

Indiana[]

Evansville[]

  • Eastland Mall

Fort Wayne[]

  • Glenbrook Mall
  • Glenbrook Square

Idaho Falls[]

  • Grand Teton Mall

Michigan City[]

  • Marquette Mall

Twin Falls[]

  • Blue Lakes Mall

Iowa[]

Cedar Rapids[]

  • Lindale Mall

Louisiana[]

Hammond[]

  • Hammond Square

Minnesota[]

St. Louis Park[]

  • Knollwood Mall

Missouri[]

Cape Girardeau[]

  • West Park Mall

Montana[]

Bozeman[]

  • Zumiez Gallatin Valley Mall?

New Mexico[]

Alamogordo[]

  • White Sands Mall

Albuquerque[]

  • Coronado Center NE

Clovis[]

  • 2809 Prince N.

Gallup[]

  • Rio West Mall

Roswell[]

  • Roswell Mall

New York[]

Clifton Park[]

  • Clifton Country Mall

Glens Falls[]

  • Aviation Mall

Plattsburgh[]

North Carolina[]

Durham[]

  • South Square Mall

Roanoke Rapids[]

  • Becker Village Mall

Rocky Mount[]

  • Golden East Crossing Mall

Oklahoma[]

Norman[]

  • Sooner Fashion Mall

Oklahoma City[]

  • Quail Springs Mall
  • Shepherd Mall

Ohio[]

Sandusky[]

  • Sandusky Mall

Zanesville[]

  • Colony Square Shopping Center

Pennsylvania[]

Meadville[]

  • Meadville Mall

Tennessee[]

Antioch[]

  • Hickory Hollow Mall

Johnson City[]

  • Miracle Mall

Kingsport[]

Memphis[]

Texas[]

Arlington[]

  • Six Flags Mall

Austin[]

  • Highland Mall
  • Northcross Mall

Beaumont[]

Eagle Pass[]

  • Las Aguilas Mall

Fort Worth[]

  • Hulen Mall

Harlingen[]

  • Valle Vista Mall

Houston[]

Midland[]

  • Midland Park Mall

Sherman[]

  • Sher-Den Mall

San Antonio[]

Victoria[]

  • Victoria Mall

Utah[]

Holliday[]

  • 4835 Highland Dr.

Ogden[]

  • Ogden City Mall

Salt Lake City[]

  • Crossroads Mall

Virginia[]

Bristol[]

  • Bristol Mall

Richlands[]

  • Richlands Mall

Washington[]

Aberdeen[]

  • South Shore Mall

Federal Way[]

  • Sea-Tac Mall

Lacey[]

  • 323 Sound Center S.

Olympia[]

  • Capital Mall

West Virginia[]

Barboursville[]

  • Huntington Mall

Bridgeport[]

  • Meadowbrook Mall

Wisconsin[]

Beaver Dam[]

  • Beaver Mall

Eau Claire[]

  • London Square Mall

Green Bay[]

  • Port Plaza Mall

Wisconsin Rapids[]

  • Rapids Mall

Trivia/additional info[]

Gold Mine was operated by Nickels and Dimes Incorporated. All Gold Mine locations were either closed or became Tilt arcades.

Interior of Gold Mine store #009 at Westwood Mall in Houston, Texas from the early 1990s.

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