Pinball Hall Of Fame

Housing the world’s largest collection of vintage pinball machines under one 10,000 sq. ft.  roof, the Pinball Hall of Fame is really a pop culture museum of sorts showcasing hundreds of machines dating back to the 1950s… and they all work!

From classic penny drop machines like “Skill Roll” to the 1960s Apollo space program-inspired “Lunar Shot,” this arcade/museum delivers the goods to provide modernists with a fun, family friendly and inexpensive night out on the town.

They even boast one antique machine dating all the way back to the 1930s, and yes, it works too!

The telling irony here though, according to veteran arcade operator Tim Arnold, is that their most popular machines are the newest ones. Welcome to Las Vegas.

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