Pinball Hall Of Fame900 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: 1610 E Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89119, United States, 89119
- Timings: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7025972627
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, Games, Social, Arts
Ooo, this place is to make you giddy with childlike delight. The venue is a blank and bare looking warehouse but who cares! With over 200 pinball machines, right from the 1940s to present day, the world’s largest collection of pinball machines will bleed your quarters from you through utter nostalgia. The decorations range from retro-futuristic, to cartoonish. There’s a machine that lets you play out the entire plot of Terminator 2, but with your pinball as the main character.
There will be games here you’ve never seen before, and some that will likely reduce you to tears through sheer nostalgia. It’s a museum and arcade in one. Best of all, unlike most other gambling hotspots in Vegas, this one allows for kids! Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following las vegas itinerary 7 days.
How to Reach Pinball Hall Of Fame
- Bus 201 on Tropicana @ Spencer (W)
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Pinball Hall Of Fame Reviews & Ratings
Tons of pinball and other vintage games. Super chill atmosphere. Such a cool place. Like stepping back into my childhood, or maybe my parents' childhood. They had tons of stools for kids to get up to see/play games. I could have easily spent 3 hours here. My 3 year old loved it, but I think my husband loved it more! They have 25¢ popcorn and some vending machine snacks. One thing to mention is that it looks like nothing from the outside. Cheap sign over an otherwise unmarked building. But don't be fooled, it's super neat inside. Go check it out.
This what's a nice place to visit. Love playing pinball machines, they did have some video games. Great place to take the family I do like to not tokens. The only thing I didn't like is that it felt like I was in a warehouse and they had a bunch of games that were stacked up and they had no use for them. I will definitely go back and play pinball again
Just about as much fun as you can possibly ever have with a roll of quarters. Bring a few friends or make a trip with the family. Take turns playing together or beating each other’s scores on an extraordinary selection of antique/vintage games. Loved the atmosphere and on every single machine is a small history lesson or explanation of its origins. My father and I searched specifically for several pinball machines he had played in his youth, the joy it brought to him playing them again, and me being able to watch was amazing.
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.
This is a fantastic find. Old time coin operated video games. They do it for the love of the games, not to shake down the tourist. Not a fancy place but comfortable feeling. All ages there. I'll go back every time I visit Vegas in the future. Non-profit, no entry fee, game cost in the 25 to 50 cent range.