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Pinball Hall of Fame, Las Vegas

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At Pinball Hall of Fame, not only do you get to see about 400 games, including some very rare classic ones, but you also get to play them. Created in 2006 by Las Vegas Pinball Collectors Club, this museum is staffed and operated by volunteers and pinball enthusiasts. Some of the games you'll play are from 1940s; others are modern. One particular set was a prototype that never got out on the market, so it's the only one of its kind that is finished. Using our online itinerary creator, Las Vegas attractions like Pinball Hall of Fame can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Spent $20.00 and had over an hour & 1/2 of FUN! Old & new machines, lots of variety. Could be a little cooler (temperature-wise) but it was a lot of fun. Take a taxi there & back- not walking distance...  more »
  • I love pinball. I have ever since I was old enough to reach the flippers. This is an absolute gem for any pinball enthusiast or anyone interested in retro gaming, as they have Ms. Pac Man, Space Invad...  more »
  • Wall to wall new and old pinball games and typical arcade games. Games range from .25 cents on the older pinball games to 2.00 each play on the new ones.  more »
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  • We have been going to this place for at least 5 or 6 years. This is the first year I brought my kids. As soon as we walked in an older employee come to tell us the rules about kids.... Mind you at the time the kids were breaking no rules. They were walking with us and were saying nothing. The rules were fine; however, the way he told us about them were beyond rude. So much that I was having a hard time enjoying the place. We left earlier than expected. One does not need to be a dick about kids entering the establishment. I can no longer recommend this place to any of my friends and I have had nothing but good things to say about this place in the past.
  • Saw the Pinball Hall of Fame on a short video I watched on the plane about things to see and do in Vegas, and it went straight onto our list of places to visit.  Didn't realise it was free to get in until we arrived, which was a nice surprise cos nothing in Vegas is free!  It's literally a hall filled wall to wall with pinball machines, old and new. An impressive private collection with some fantastic old machines that have been rescued and restored, and made available for people to enjoy again. There's no outside decoration, just a simple sign, so it'd be easy to miss if you didn't know it was there, but it's a great way to spend an hour or two.  Take plenty of quarters! 
  • Amazingly huge collection of pinball machines. Whether you're a wizard or you just played 3D Space Cadet Pinball on your Windows computer a couple of times, you're in for a treat. Located in unassuming building with no bells or whistles (but that's ok all the machines have plenty of those). It's definitely a labor of love to maintain all those retro and modern games. Some video games and redemption games also. Games range .25-.75 with a very few new ones costing $1 per play. Majority of the pinball machines are set to five ball play.
  • Definitely a place to go if you love pinball. They have a variety of tables. Ask the staff if you're looking for a particular table or want a recommendation. Tables are all super smooth. Easy on bumping them, they felt more sensitive than the standard arcade tables, maybe because they're maintained.
  • It was very fun especially for teenagers, I love some of the particular older games (not only pinball) I do have to say prepare for quarters but they do go by quick. Most games are 0.50 and I could argue it down to about 0.25. Overall wasn't the cleanest. But if your having fun, you barely noticed it😊