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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. 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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  • I grew up in the 80's when arcades were the kool place to hang out. Had a pinball machine in my garage as a kid, and am a very nostalgic person in general. The Good - The Variety. With a mix of pinbal...  more »
  • Like it or not, popularity of pinball machines has declined over time, but to me these mechanical marvels are more fun and engaging than any electronic games out there. This place has an incredible co...  more »
  • There were so many pinball machines that I had never seen. We probably spent at least an hour here. We had some quick fun before getting to the strip.  more »
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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.
  • Great experience. One of the few remaining places to get the true arcade experience. This place is free to enter but each game requires quarters. Very good old school gaming experience. Money spent goes into maintaining games. Great way to preserve some modern history and have a great time.
  • The pinball hall of fame is an amazing place. It’s huge. There’s twenty five cent popcorn. Mike and Ike’s. A million old broken pinball games. The distinct scent of intensely lingering but not exactly still present cigarette smoke. Weird paper plaques on some of the old games explaining their relevance, which might have been helpful except it’s really dark in the hall of fame, which meant that nothing at all was legible. White Water for sure.
  • 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.
  • Certainly the finest vintage collection I have ever seen. Many of the machines are down, and I played several did not work properly." Eclectic" management is being kind. Boss will not engage or converse about games. Every visit there are more and more signs about how to behave. It is still a must see for any Pin fan; the back glass artwork itself is fantastic.

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