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Pinball Hall of Fame, Las Vegas

Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Pinball Hall of Fame and many more Las Vegas attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Las Vegas holiday planner.
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  • A true throwback to my childhood in the 80's when pinball machines and old video games like Mario Brothers, Crazy Climber, Joust, Space Ace and Dragon's Lair compliment what seems to be well over...  more »
  • It brought back a lot of memories from when I was younger playing the pinball machines. I will return when I come back.  more »
  • One machine I played did not work well -- no big deal, all the others did. My only real objection is that there was no transportation from the place back to the main portion of the strip -- if you.....  more »
  • This was an interesting and super fun place to be. Each machine has a tiny note card with information about the game and where it came from. But, it's mostly just fun! I was much happier playing games here then gambling. We were a group of 6 and easily able to spend almost 2 hours here. There are vending machines and a popcorn machine but no other food, and no outside food or beverages are allowed. It also is a non smoking facility.
  • Love this place, this is a great stop if you like Pinball. They have tons of classic machines from all eras and even some very new ones, they are anywhere from $0.25 to $1.00 a play which means you can get a huge value for your entertainment dollar here. Since I moved to Vegas it is a go to for something cheap and extremely fun to do. Keep in mind the people who are working there are volunteering so treat them nicely as they are working for free.
  • They have some great classics, and very few machines were out of order. We spent quite a while playing through our favorites, and some new ones that we hadn't seen before. As others have said, it's a fun place and it's air conditioned! I just can't bring myself to criticize anything about the place because of how authentic it feels.
  • I love the Pinball Hall of Fame. This place has a plethora of old school arcade games in a straightforward and clean building. They have some very old games from the 50's and earlier. The Pinball machines here are great too. Everything is like fifty cents, or twenty five cents. They have some vending machines for refreshments and I think they serve popcorn here as well. If you've never been here, it's worth a couple hours of your time for sure.
  • Brothers and Sisters. SUCH a fun place. Parking is free, no admission fee. Just exchange some bills for quarters and you are off. Air-conditioned but the atmosphere is electric with excited energy. Lots of great machines here and if any mechanical issues arise, the staff is friendly and happy to fix the machine in front of you and spot you and extra play. Terrific place to hang out, a couple hours will fly by.

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