Pinball Hall of Fame, Las Vegas
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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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There is a wide range of machines to play on from the new to the very old and they are not all pinball it includes video and other games too.
We had the best time playing old and new pinball games. I have never seen so many games in one place. A must for all those who love pinball and for those who have never tried them.
Stopped by here on a Sunday and of course there were a ton of folks. If you enjoy playing pinball this is the place to stop. There must be over 400 machines with a variety of plays. It was fun to take... read more »
J spain Greene
If you are a pinball fan of any stripe, you will be well rewarded with a trip to the Pinball Hall of Fame. Admission is free. There are over 100 machines here, dating from the 1930s to present day. It is run by volunteers who actively preserve & refurbish the machines. The profits generated are donated to the charity of each volunteer's choice. One volunteer I spoke with has her portion given to Parkinson's research in honour of her brother. What's not to like??? Avoid if you have trouble with game noise or don't like to have fun. NOTE to staff: Please consider a jar for donations or even a $1 entry fee...you're doing good work and the money goes to great causes!!
Wow!! The amount of machines this place has and the range from vintage to modern is amazing!! Service is iffy, but if you don't need anything and are there just to play, you will have a great time. Bring bills! They don't have an ATM on site and the nearest one is at the 7 Eleven across the street. Tip: they have popcorn in the back $0.25 for a small bag.
A Las Vegas hidden gem. If you visit from out of town you should make a stop here. The owner repairs his own machines and donates largely to the community and charity. So your having fun reliving that nostalgic feeling of being in an arcade as a kid ( And yes the games are arcade kid prices 25 cents per game) and donating to a good cause. What more can I say. P.S.- Ohh get some hot air popcorn from the machine and candy too.
This place is AMAZING! It's great for the kids and the adults. Even if you do not like pinball, there are other games. You could easily spend 3-5 hours there with just $5. The games have little info pages on them, telling you about their histories. This is my favorite place in all of Las Vegas!
Fantastic place! It's an awesome game museum where you can play all of the "exhibits." The staff is very kind and helpful; the ball got stuck a few times when I was playing and they were extremely quick to help out and they were also happy to provide their own recommendations on which games were "must plays." Be sure to read the cards on the machines for their history!
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