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Budapest Pinball Museum

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Hungary's first and Europe's largest continuously operating interactive pinball exhibition with unlimited trial of more than 130 pinball machines.
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Radnoti Miklos utca 18, Budapest 1137, Hungary
+36 30 900 6091
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Reviewed today

I went with my husband who used to have one. He had a Ball! I had never really played with pinball machines before, so it really wasn’t for me. However, it was interesting to see the different pinball games. You can try all the different...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Janet P
Reviewed today via mobile

WOW! The perfect place to spend a cold afternoon in Budapest. For 3000ft you are given a wristband so you can come and go as you please ALL DAY and play every single machine in the place. There are so many pinball machines, but also...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Janine R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place is amazing. Countless pinball machines from every era, some arcade games, a bunch of skill games (don't know what to call them--think dome hockey and puck bowling). They're all set to free play. All you pay is about 3,000 Forints to get in...More

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank Joel B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Perfect place to spend evening before going to dinner, or maybe after dinner. So unexpected feelings. We left this place very pleasent. Vintage games was most intresting! Inlove with this place! Totally recomended! For old and for young!

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank 465agn_
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very friendly! Awesome machines! You can play pinball machines from the 1950s! Great staff with bar and bathroom on site. All you can play for a reasonable fee.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank jasongO3577FR
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A fun detour in Budapest. One pinball tragic and a non interested party enjoyed the museum. The machines will take you down memory lane. The only downside is it gets very noisy when crowded. Beware the tiny doorway! Once you pay your entry all the...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank cabinluggage
Reviewed December 12, 2018 via mobile

This was a magical place to visit with tons of amusement arcade, pinball and video game machines to choose from... Time will simply fly by here. Initially I was a little hesitant at 3000 HUF per person for this place as my partner wasn't a...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank ScruffyBounty
Reviewed December 12, 2018

I am a pinball nut and could spend hours in this place. If you are ready to waste a lot of time on mindless nonsense then this is the place to be! I will come again.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Bertybign
Reviewed December 6, 2018 via mobile

You pay an entrance fee and then it's all you can play. The machines do not require money. They have some snacks and drinks for purchase, also some T-shirts. Play all the games you want and it's a great way to spend time. It's not...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank jaimew578
Reviewed November 26, 2018

Many pinball machines, from the very beginning till new models. All in working order. You can play unlimited all day for a very reasonable entrance fee. And besides the pinball machines there are also lots of other machines. Very kind staff and even a little...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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January 28, 2018|
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Response from David T | Reviewed this property |
Hi Keevak, There are a few old school arcade games (not video games from memory). They do not serve alcohol and it is not permitted. I enjoy a drink but you will enjoy this place without it. Cheers, Dave
October 22, 2017|
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Response from jaytl | Reviewed this property |
you pay at entry and they give you a wristband where you can come and go until midnight.
August 16, 2017|
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Response from kevin_lb562 | Reviewed this property |
There are so many machines in the museum that I was able to constantly play on one of them. I didn't see any lines.
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Denver, Colorado
Walking Budapest (7 Replies)
Hi I wanted to know if this is a easily walkable city? Also how do the public buses work? I am thinking of getting the Budapest Card which give access to buses and many discounts. I am staying near the Pinball museum at a hostel. I usually walk to many places easily 2-5km if flat.
May 25, 2018|
Response fromAlChemE65|
It's definitely a walkable city. The Pest side, where you'll be staying is fairly flat. The Buda side is more hilly. So, I would say don't be afraid to walk to places you want to see, as long as you check the distance, and it's within what you are comfortable walking. Most people don't recommend the Budapest card, but getting a travelcard, which allows use of almost all public transportation, is a good value and eliminates the worries about properly validating individual ride tickets. As...More
Claudine S
London UK
Itinerary Advice for 80 year olds! (3 Replies)
2 daughters taking 2 mothers to Budapest for their birthday during May. They are able and have planned the itinerary, but would appreciate your help as want to make the most of our time in the city but also not over do it for them Staying at the Four Seasons Gresham Arrive early evening, dinner at Halaszbarstya Thurs am Jewish Quarter tour (would appreciate recommendations) (lunch at Bors Gasztro) pm HOHO bus around city (as they will be tired and a bus is a way to carry on...More
March 03, 2016|
Response fromClaudine S|
Thanks PJK, appreciate your assistance! I am heading out to North NJ for a trip and I know the state well, especially the tax free shopping in the malls where I am at! Have a lovely weekend
Thoughts after a 6 day trip to Budapest (1 Replies)
A few impressions after a very enjoyable six day trip to Budapest with two small children (5 and 7), was our first visit. - the city is beautiful and there is an incredible amount to do. It’s not the easiest city to get around I didn’t think, the language is difficult and there aren’t a huge amount of English signs (or any signs for that matter..). When we were at the chairlift in the Buda Hills we split up to walk/chairlift down - no clear way whatsoever to end up in the same place and we...More
September 03, 2018|
Response fromcpfoutz|
Nice trip report...thank you for sharing. Funny you bring up madrid/milan as a comparison in service attitude. My wife and I just returned from a week in Sicily. We noted how friendly the service was there. It is very much a difference in culture....there is an article on peach vs. coconut cultures. Peach cultures (American, Aussie, Spanish and Italian very much fit in this category) are like this...friendly at first meeting and smiling, but hard to get close too. Hungary, Germany and the...More