Pinball Hall of Fame
The Pinball Hall of Fame is a museum for pinball machines that opened in Las Vegas, Nevada in November 2009. It is located at 4925 S. Las Vegas Boulevard. The museum is a project of the Las Vegas Pinball Collectors Club, and it features pinball machines from all eras, including some very rare machines such as Williams’ Black Gold, Bally’s Pinball Circus and Recreativos Franco’s Impacto. It features nearly 700 different pinball games, including some classic video arcade games and other novelty machines of the past and present.
The Pinball Hall of Fame is a nonprofit venture and its creation came about in part due to donations, which are still accepted. The museum is run by Tim Arnold, a veteran arcade operator who ran “Pinball Pete’s” in East Lansing, Michigan. Fully staffed by volunteers, excess revenues are donated to the Salvation Army.
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Pinball Hall of Fame, 1610 East Tropicana Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
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