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I have been to a number of pinball halls in the US and abroad, but the Vegas Pinball Hall has hands down the best collection of machines. You'll find lots of old favorites and new machines to try. Unlike many pinball halls, this is a...More
We were looking for something to do with our grandson and this showed up on our Google search. He had so much fun here, as did my wife and I. Not sure he had really ever played pinball before, too much XBox or Playstation. Along...More
My wife and I were looking to get off the strip to see something "new" in Vegas for a change. She is not much of a game player but we both had a blast playing old school pinball (including some wooden machines), Joust, air hockey,...More
My 3 teens, hubby and I hit this place after eating at Pancho's Vegan Tacos down the road. What a riot. Most of the machines are still playable and with no admission fee, why not drop a couple (dozen....) quarters on some good old pinball...More
The Pinball Hall of Fame is essentially a pinball arcade. There are a few other arcade style games, and some claw machines. They stock the machines daily, so if you really want to get anything out of the claw machines you should go early.
The Pinball Hall of Fame is what arcades were like when I was young. They have a huge variety of games from the 1950's up to the 2000's. They have a lot of games that I played in the 80's and 90's, as well as...More
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Yes! Along with some other vintage machines from the 60's and 70's. Surprised at how many I remembered playing in gas stations back in NJ during those decades. Of course, there is a mix of newer ones also, but you can... More
Yes! Along with some other vintage machines from the 60's and 70's. Surprised at how many I remembered playing in gas stations back in NJ during those decades. Of course, there is a mix of newer ones also, but you can just walk on by those and save a quarter! Cheers.