Asheville Pinball Museum, Asheville

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4.8/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
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  • This place is only open odd hours in the afternoon. Call the museum directly before you go because the hours on the museum door don't match the hours listed by third party websites. It was closed when...  read more »
  • We had a great time visiting the museum - lots of classic games (both pinball and classic arcade games) to play (admission price lets you play all you want). They even have a working version of "Hercu...  read more »
  • We stopped in to play some games and I didn't look at my phone for two hours. The time flew by, the employees were helpful, and the price was great! 
  • Great entertainment for kids and kids at heart. The variety of pinball machines and video games is impressive! Good beer, cool logo, friendly staff. I love the one price for unlimited play. We came on a Sunday afternoon, and it wasn't too busy. We could've stayed entertained for hours.
  • Great selection of pinball machines from the '60s to present are available to play along with a good variety of video games from the 70s. You can play all you want for one price. It brought back lots of good memories - I wish I could have stayed longer.
  • I live in the area, and I was really afraid that this was just going to be a quirky gimmick type of experience. WRONG. This place is really fun. I spent probably 3-4 hours here with my kids and their cousins one afternoon. Great games and a good overall vibe to the place. These people care a lot about pinball and arcade games.
  • This place is a goldmine for any of you Pinball Wizards out there..We stumbled upon this place by accident while visiting the Grove Arcade which is located directly across the street.. When I entered the front door I was greeted by an employee who explained how this amazing place came to be and how it operated... Basically you pay one price($13 for adults as of this writing) and you play all day and evening...yes you can get your pinball and arcade(they have these also)Fix for such a small price... You can look around without committing to purchase an entry if you promise not to touch any buttons... This place has a very impressive collection of from the 40's onward.. there were a few in here including the Giant Hercules Machine that I have not seen since I was a teenager.. The rear two rooms have some old school classic arcade games such as Pacman and Donkey Kong.. I am looking forward to going back and getting some game on...
  • My son is a video game aficionado. This is our second visit. Low cost, innovative, clean. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. We'll be back on our next trip to Asheville.
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