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Old Skool fun

I love this place. Great place to go to kill about 2 hours. A bunch of pinball machines and all... read more

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ChavSanti
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San Diego, CA
Old School Fun

We had a blast here. Got to play pinball machines that were released back in 1950 to modern day. No... read more

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emb5000
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Burbank, California
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Reviewed yesterday

I love this place. Great place to go to kill about 2 hours. A bunch of pinball machines and all the old skool games. Brings me back to the Sega Center days. Mostly, middle aged men trying to get their names on the high score...More

Thank ChavSanti
Reviewed yesterday

We had a blast here. Got to play pinball machines that were released back in 1950 to modern day. No need to get a card, you use actual quarters - older machines 25 cents, to newer ones for $1. Our son (9 yrs old) had...More

Thank emb5000
Reviewed 3 days ago

Full of old and new pinball machines. Smells like the old arcades. It's cool if you like this kind of place. It was cool to play machines from the 40's .

Thank Colgaton
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Muesum or aracade at any rate best 10 spent stay and play all day along with 25 cent popcorn and i think like dollar soda you can't go wrong

Thank rsenteno
Reviewed 4 days ago

This place is amazingly awesome. For about 10 bucks you can have the time of your life playing games that date back to the 1950's. They also have 25 cent popcorn as well as soft drinks. there is no admission fee and it stays open...More

Thank RoomKeyKing
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Calling this place a museum is a bit of a stretch, but they have a ton of machines. It's more like the best arcade you ever visited as a teenager in the seventies. They have a lot of older mechanical machines from the fifties and...More

1  Thank Milton C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Sure there are lots of typical three bumper, 4 four paddle machines, but Theatre of Magic, in which the ball disappears, Pinball 2000 which combines a video game with a pinball machine, the orbiter which defies gravity and the 1 million dollar pinball circus must...More

Thank William B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Made a stop here with my two teenagers. They were not initially that excited to go, but we all had a blast. This is part museum, part arcade. Take time to walk around and take in just the shear size of the collection. There are...More

1  Thank SDtraveler90
Reviewed 1 week ago

Been wanting to hit this place up for some time. It's really more of a large, vintage arcade than anything. Some classic, timeless pinball and other more up to date electronic games. You can easily spend hours here if you are into pinball machines. There's...More

Thank simiseeu
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a must stop if you ever played a Pin Ball Machine. They have all types and it is very nostalgic to relieve your youth or gaming as it used to be. The attendant said that All the money goes to charities. Located right...More

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Kirk K
13 August 2018|
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Response from Sharon W | Reviewed this property |
No alcohol or food is served there. Only have a popcorn machine. But it's a fun place to visit if you like pinball machines. There are hundreds.
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Kari10sanders
12 January 2018|
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Response from netdogca | Reviewed this property |
The most direct route is to go south on Las Vegas Blvd (The Strip) and turn left on Tropicana. The Pinball Hall is maybe 2 miles or so East on Tropicana. It will be on your left-hand side. If you don't have a car the best... More
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Rebekah N
18 July 2017|
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Response from Lani K | Reviewed this property |
Yes.. this was a great experience for our 9 year old grandson to see how games evolved. Not too many places you can take kids to in vegas this is atleast one that you can enjoy at the same time
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