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I absolutely love the Pinball Museum. I have been going here before it was even in this building. I wish there was a way to call it an arcade. A museum makes you think you can only look and not touch. Every working game in here is playable for quarters. No tokens. You have leftovers you can spend them somewhere else which is nice. There is one pinball machine you will not find anywhere else. They only made 2. This place is kid friendly. This place is also non-profit. They have their building paid off and the land. They also give to charity.
If you could do half star I'd give it four and a half, because some of the pinball machines were not functional, but it is a great place to go and spend a couple of hours playing pinball for a quarter or $0.50 especially if you grew up in the 80s hanging out at arcades or bowling alleys, they have all the old-timer machines like Dig Dug and Miss Pac-Man and centipede. Lots of fun and if you can remember, when you used to hear the pinball machine pop, you got a free game. There were many machines giving away free games and you could play multiple times on one quarter! We really enjoyed spending several hours there.
Really fun little place. Four stars though because... well, I get that the machines are very old and some are on the verge of breaking down, but there's rules posted EVERYWHERE. On EVERYTHING. The management is very, very strict. Once I came in with a McDonald's cup (before they posted the rule of no outside drinks,) and one of 'em stuck their nose in my drink and smelled it! To check for alcohol I guess? I was 18. It was a McDonald's smoothie. Jeez, lighten up guys. The machines itself are fun though. Just don't get in trouble.
Pro tip: in the far corner by the soda machine is a popcorn dispenser. It's .25 and it's movie theatre popcorn. Grab a bag and a drink to fuel your gaming excursion! This throw back (way back on many machines) highlights the pop culture references of every era. The arcade holds all kinds of machines from crane to baseball to pinball to bowling. Grab a handful of quarters and live the history of the electronic gaming machine. Also, once you pick a favorite, ask their knowledgeable staff members to tell you more. They are kind and informative. Also it is a living museum, so don't shake the machines. Take care of them so the next generation can enjoy them too.
My kids and I went this past Friday for the 1st time, it was a lot of fun they have so many old school games that actually work. They even have a popcorn machine it's 25 cents for a small bag plus they have a vending machine with drinks. We were there for 2 hours and between 3 of us only spent 40 dollars and played the whole time. They even had a penny gumball machine. This place is great.
This place is a must stop if you enjoy pinball. All proceeds go to charity and the staff is amazing... a special thank you to the woman volunteer with the long hair working today. She was full of info. And helped us numerous times. She is a sweetie. We will be back😀
This is a great place to go if you want to step back to a time when entertainment was simple and with a little experience, fun. We had time to kill waiting for a late afternoon flight and rather than sit in a casino, we headed to the Pinball Hall of Fame. It was a good time and we spent way less than we would have gambling. There is no cost to enter. The vintage machines cost a quarter for 5 shots. The newer machines cost from 25 cents to 75 cents for 3 shots.
Absolutely loved this place! Do yourself a favor and get off the strip and stop by here with a roll of quarters. This place is a labor of love by those who maintain the machines so be respectful and if you have kids with you please keep an eye on them. You won't get many chances in life to play such a wide array of machines from different decades. It's truly impressive even for non-fanatics. To get here from the strip, we found it was cheaper, faster, and more convenient to take an Uber and there were plenty nearby when it was time to head back.
If you even remotely like pinball, add this place to your next Vegas itinerary. It doesn’t look like much from the outside, but the inside holds incredible history. Rows of original tables with some newer ones added in. Almost every older game has an index card detailing the table’s history, including manufacture date. Staff is attentive and accommodating. Plenty of machines inside to dispense quarters with plastic cups so you’re no loading down your pockets with $20 in quarters. Tables range from 25 cents to $1 a play, with most in the 50 or 75 cent range (some up to 5 balls per play). Many tables have a multi-play discount. Make the trip off and bring a few pennies for the kiddos to get a souvenir. TL;DR: Not your everyday tables, worth the trip. Awesome compilation across the eras. My photos suck and don’t do them justice.
So much fun for very little money. For less than $20 two (or more) people can have a blast. So many machines and many that are one of a kind. The history of the games are posted on many units and they definitely bring back memories for those of us who grew up in arcades. Worth the short trip off the strip. You won't be disappointed.
One of my favorite places in the entire city! So much fun every time I go. I usually end up in front of Tetris or Mario Bros on the old arcade games but I really also enjoy playing air hockey and the newer style pinball games. They have claw machines and a photo booth if you want to capture the moment with a keepsake. I love the hours of operation and never have an issue parking. It's free to go, all ages and it only costs you the quarters for the games you play. I always take visitors to the Pinball Hall of Fame or I'll sometimes just stop there if I am waiting to pick someone up from the airport. It's such a great place and you have to go just to check it out!
Worth the trip of the strip. Not just a museum, you can play everything!! If you like historical novelties or any games in general, you'll love this affordable excursion. An amazing selection of modern pinball games branded with your favourite TV shows, old school pinball with wild themes, retro arcade games, and vintage amusement devices from nearly 100 years ago. All of these are in fantastic working condition! You can really tell the volunteers commitment to preserving the history of these pieces. A great value for your money compared to the other expensive arcades on the strip. $50 here easily lasted us 3 hours of entertainment and wins on the claw machines that aren't just out to rip you off. Plus 25 cent popcorn! If you're really cheap, you can probably walk it. If you're sorta cheap, there's an easy bus that takes you from in front of Tropicana to right in front of the museum. If you're staying at the Wynn or Venetian, you can afford to take a cab.
This is an amazing place to go for pinball games with the highest cost being $1.00. (There are about three or four $2.00 Super Value games.) Most of the games cost $0.50 to play with ranging $0.25 up or down. There are plenty of games to play, so you can always find something you would want to play. You might not want to go if loud or sharp noises bother you, but cost is not a problem. My brother, father, and I got almost two hours worth of fun from $20 if that gives you some insight. They have a $0.25 popcorn machine and they even have a $0.01 gumball machine near the back. This is an overall amazing place that is fun for all ages.
Was really excited about finally getting here. Was not let down by the selection. Lots of older machines. I'm talking 50s and 40s! Several newer models as well so there is something for everyone. The downside is that my friend was told to rudely "lose his drink". It was 90 plus degrees and no ac in the building. I get the concern but why sell a food that naturally makes you want to drink like popcorn, or have no ac if people can't drink?
Great place for a visit. Short 5 minutes drive off the strip. Free entrance. Easy to find as long as you keep an out for a banner hung on the building and a neon light "open" sign. Quarter operated, very reasonable priced games ranging from 25¢ to $2 per game. They even have a 1¢ candy machine and 25¢ popcorn vending machines. It's a must for any age kids.
One of the most fun places to visit and even though it's a coin-op driven amusement place we never spend a lot of money but always have a ton of fun, it's a great date night place and it stays open pretty late. Highly recommend visiting or revisit. We try and go at least once a month and have taken friends. I can't believe that people that even live here have never be...what's wrong with you even if you don't like video games it's a fun place to just look around in, some of the game even have the history of it on them. The only down side is the crotchety old persons running it...stay off their radar and you'll be fine and have fun but have a run in with them and you'll never want to come back.
A great selection of old and new pinball machines mostly ready to play. There are always a few machines that don't work quite right, but you need to consider that there are only a couple people working on these machines. There are also some extremely rare machines which you can play including Midway's The Circus Pinball in which only two working models exist in the world. There are also some arcade games there and some classic Amusement Games which really aren't arcade games or pinball machines. When you go take a look around for a little game where a hovering ping pong ball is a target for a little wooden batter, very fun and simple game from way back. All in all, if you are in Vegas and you enjoy pinball there's no reason you shouldn't stop by the Pinball Hall of Fame, just be sure to bring your pocket money
It's more just an arcade of really cool old games than a hall of fame. I had a lot of fun here, but I expected more of an educational museum experience. I see a great potential here to create an interactive hands on exhibit that not only provides the opportunity to play great games from the past, but is also an educational experience that brings the history of arcade gaming to life. I see this is just a beginning of something really great.