Over 200 different arcade games for patrons to relieve their childhood memories. On my recent visit I was able to play some cool vintage pinball machines including a Star Wars, Indiana jones, South Park, flinestone among others. They also had some really retro machines from the 50's and 60's! Overall a cool place to visit.
Ditch the regular arcades for a little old-school pinball action just 10-15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip on the east side of town. More than 100 classic games from dating back to the 1950’s up to the 1990’s can be found here. An affordable day out, most games at the Pinball Hall of Fame start at only $.25 cents and up, depending on the game. Cheap prices, a large collection of games to play and convenient hours makes the Pinball Hall of Fame the perfect place to experience the art and culture of the ancient arcade games.
This place is really cool. It's a big warehouse with hundreds of pinball machines of all kinds starting from the 1950s to the present, all in perfect working condition. There's no entrance fee and you just pay 50 cents to a dollar to play. My favorite is the prototype circus pinball machine, one of two ever made.
This place is one of Vegas' best kept secrets. It's a nondescript building that is stuffed to the gills with vintage pinball machines! Go in with $20 and spend the afternoon. Games take quarters. You can find super old timey games up to the newest pinball machines. It's a museum AND an arcade; you can play all the games in the place! Love it!
The Pinball Hall of Fame is a hidden gem less than a 10 minute drive from the Strip. It started with a guy whose love for pinball led him to start collecting pinball machines. Now he puts out about a hundred of his pinball machines at a time for people to play. Each costs the same to play as when the game was made, from 25 cents to 75 cents. The net proceeds from the games are then donated to charities. There are maybe 5 rows full of pinball machines on either side in this small warehouse. It’s fun to look around and see how pinball has evolved. I saw a few pinball machines from the 1930s too. There are a few very limited pinball games too, like the Pinball Circus which is so much fun, of which there were only 2 made. Besides pinball games, there are also some classic games, like a vintage claw machine and arcade games like Ms. Pac-Man. You can spend hours here having fun for under $20.
Sure, it's a little detour off the Strip. But I adore this geek heaven for vintage arcade games from the 1970s, 80s and 90s. It's not just pinball, though that's the majority of what's on the floor. You can also plonk your quarters into carnival games, Asteroids, Tron and a whole lot more. If you can't leave the Strip, the PHOF just installed a few dozen vintage games by the food court at the Riviera, too. PS All the profits here go to charity.
I love it! My childhood came back!
A shrine, Must see!