Today, we are going to give you more information about pinball museums, but in this case, spread around the world.
In the previous post, we talked about pinball museums located in different European countries in ¨European Pinball Museums¨.
In this case, most of the museums are located in the United States.
1.Pacific Pinball Museum.
Located exactly in Bay Area’s on Alameda Island, California. The Pacific Pinball Museum chronologically offers a selection of games of bagatelles and old games, and more than 90 playable pinball machines from the 1940s to the present.
It is a non-profit organization, whose walls are covered with murals, posters and records.
In its beginnings it counted on 14 pinballs. Later, in 2004, it expanded its facilities to the Lucky Ju Ju gallery and became the Pinball del Pacífico Museum.
The price is $ 20 for adults and $ 10 for children. On Tuesdays as a promotion, two adults can enter for $ 20. In addition, it has annual and group discounts. You can consult them in your Web.
2. Lone Star Pinball Museum
Located in Hockley (Texas) we find ourselves with Lone Star Pinball Museum. Your entry is totally free and you can play freely all the pinball machines.
The museum is run by a fan of pinball machines in their spare time.
The machines date from the 30s to the present.
It also has different arcade models.
3. Pinball Hall of Fame
Its main objective is to exhibit the largest collection of pinballs in the world, open to the public.
All the machines belong to Tim Arnold. It has pinballs from the 50s to the 90s.
It is a non-profit organization, where their surplus income is donated to the Salvation Army of the United States.
Among its games you can find Creature from the Black Lagoon, Beach Queens or Ace High, among 152 pinball machines. You can check the available games aquí.
4. Asheville Pinball Museum
Characterized as a place where you can watch, buy and play pinball machines. Through your website and in your own physical establishment you can buy different versions of pinball machines.
The price is $ 15 for adults and $ 12 for children under 10 years.
5. Roanoke Pinball Museum
Like other pinball museums, the Roanoke Pinball Museum, gives you the possibility of $ 12.50 for adults and $ 9.00 for children under 10 years of free play on all their machines.
It is dedicated to the science and history of pinballs since it opened its doors in 2015, with more than 50 machines dating from 1932 to 2016.
Also, you have the option to reserve the place to celebrate your birthday, hold a bachelor party or a corporate event in the center of Square.
Do you know any other museum or place dedicated to pinball machines?
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