I LOVE THIS PLACE! I have been going here for years (back when they were in that super tiny, hot location) and it's time I wrote a proper review. This is our favorite place to spend a lazy weekend day. It entertains us for hours and makes for a cheap date.Go with a bunch of quarters (or at least $20 per person) and prepare to take a nostalgic trip down pinball lane. There's a great mix of classic and new pinball machines as well as some classic video games (Ms. Pac Man, Tetris, and more). The vintage claw / crane games are a hoot to play too! The newer pinball machines give you full 5 ball games too!All of the pinball machines are in perfect working order and aren't set to the hardest setting so you actually get some good play time in before you start cussing out the machine for cheating and taking your ball, ha ha!I love the pinball tech guys that run this place too. You can sometimes watch 'em working on torn up machines in the back. It's not fancy (and gets wickedly hot during the summer months), so don't expect much more than a shack filled with row upon row of pinball games. This place is a gem and a must visit for pinball lovers.
3310 E Sunset RdLas Vegas, NV 89120
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I love this place. It's been on my bucket list for over a year and one day, while driving to a different destination, we came upon this Pinball Hall of Fame. Not what you think it would be. Go inside this fairly plain 1-story building and you'll find 100's of operating pinball machines - one giant arcade! I found the pinball machine I loved in the 80's. The machines have cards describing the pinball machine and its year. I played some pretty old pinball machines that day. I am definitely going back when I can spend more time there. Don't worry about being an adult in a pinball arcade - almost everyone there was an adult. They have a change machine for convenience. Easy parking.
We had a blast here! It was small but really educational and lots to look at! Loved he dinosaur exhibits and the Marine, rainforest, and Africa exhibits.