Hundreds grab piece of history during closing auction at popular entertainment complex

Hundreds of people get piece of history during closing auction at popular entertainment center

HAMPTON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Saturday was auction day at Wildwood Highlands Entertainment Center in Hampton Township, where hundreds of people turned out for a piece of history.

Everything inside the building was up for sale – from arcade games to bumper cars, restaurant equipment and even bathroom wall hand dryers.

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After more than 30 years in business the popular entertainment complex abruptly closed in last month. A message was posted on the company’s website Dec. 9 announcing it would shut down.

While the entertainment complex has closed its doors, the sports dome will remain open as the North Park Sports Complex.

Watch the video above for reaction from customers.

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