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As places to enjoy a variety of pinball machines go, it would be hard to beat Pinball Hall of Fame. Their selection is terrific, consisting of machines new, old, and everything between. Most are in excellent, working condition, although a few could use a bit...More
Geez. Wow. Really slick. What it is is really a large collection of old pinball machines, I saw going back into the 60's. Anywhere 25 cents up to 1 dollar. Got $10 worth of quarters between us. Lots of good, clean, fun. Something you won't...More
When we were visiting Las Vegas, our goal was to find some activities that we could do together as a family. When we came across The Pinball Hall of Fame on the Vegas attractions site, we were skeptical at first. Once we arrived, we were...More
I had to drag my wife there kicking and screaming, she didn't know why I would want to go play ball in vegas. But once she got there who kept asking for more quarters :)
I got to play some cool machines that I have...More
The Pinball Hall of Fame is a great place to spend a couple of hours without it costing an arm and a leg. I love that it's also a non-profit so everything you pay to play goes to charity. There are a ton of pinball...More
Great place to relive your childhood memories. All type of machines from recent machines all the way back to when i was a kid and older. And the older ones still only a quarter! Not too crowded . Lots of fun
An amazing place full of pinball machines and other quarter munchers. They have a wide variety of machines including some of the most recent releases. This is a no-frills pinball warehouse but a nice diversion from the slots.
Went here with my husband and a neighbor. Some of the machines I remembered from when I was a kid which brought back great memories and frustrations. (I still couldn't get high scores on someof them). Well worth a visit if you want to fill...More
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
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 bet is Lyft or Uber. Otherwise, you are looking at like a 4-mile hike.