Pinball Hall of Fame
The Pinball Hall of Fame is the perfect place to test your pinball skills or learn about the history of the game. With over 300 pinball machines on location, it's the largest pinball location in the United States. The brand new building opened in 2021 and is located at 4925 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas NV 89119. The Pinball Hall of Fame hours are: open to the public every day Sunday to Thursday 10am till 9pm. Friday and Saturday we stay open till 10pm. Whether you're a pinball wizard or just a fan of the game, you'll have a blast at the Pinball Hall of Fame.
Idaho Pinball Museum
Idaho is home to many quirky and interesting attractions, and the Idaho Pinball Museum is no exception. This large pinball arcade and museum is located just outside of Boise in Garden City, ID. With over 70 active pinball machines on location, there's something for everyone. Best of all, the games are on free play with a donation at the door. In addition to offering leagues and tournaments, the Idaho Pinball Museum is also a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the appreciation of pinball. So if you're in the area, be sure to check it out. Just remember to BYOB and bring your own food. Trust us, it's worth it.
Delaware Pinball Collective
Delaware Pinball Collective in Wilmington is the perfect spot for pinball enthusiasts and families alike! With Delaware's largest selection of pinball, you'll have a blast playing all your favorites.
Delaware Pinball Collective is a membership based pinball arcade with over 50 machines on location. They offer leagues, tournaments, and memberships with monthly and yearly options that give you access to their clubhouse as well as special events.
Plus, as a non-profit organization, they are dedicated to bringing pinball to the masses, making it a fun and affordable option for everyone. Their collection includes a mixture of old and new games, with high-quality machines from Bally, Williams, Stern and others. Delaware Pinball Collective frequently rotates their selection of games, and there are volunteer opportunities to get involved.
Spinners Pinball Arcade (Pinball EDU)
Spinners Pinball Arcade in Frederick, MD is worth the visit any day of the week to play all the games you want on freeplay for $15 or less. Spinners is a classic arcade with a mission: to provide the arcade experience to people with different abilities through its nonprofit, Pinball EDU. You’ll find pinball games from each era with electromechanical machines, Solid State System 9 and System 11, and some current favorites – plus an enthusiastic gaggle of pinheads around who would be happy to chat about these distinctions any time! There are also arcade games, air hockey, Dance Dance Revolution, skeeball, foosball, and TVs set up with gaming systems from Atari to Nintendo. Check their website for current events and specials. Beer, cider, and seltzers are available and you are welcome to bring in food. Spinners also hosts pinball tournaments, skeeball leagues and classes to learn restoration and repair of coin-operated games at this arcade and education center.
Richmond Pinball Collective
What started as a few collectors playing tournaments in their homes has grown into the Richmond Pinball Collective, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing the love of pinball to the community in Richmond, VA. This wide-ranging collection of new and old machines is the area’s largest and a must-stop for any serious pinhead. Check it out for a one-time fee or become a member for a very reasonable monthly cost. Monthly tournaments and a small selection of beer, soda, and snacks.
Can Can Wonderland
What was once the largest tin can factory in the country, Can Can Wonderland in St Paul, MN, also gives a nod to the French populist art movement, Can Can, with its artist-designed mini golf. On the “Boardwalk of Amusements,'' you'll find a variety of pinball and arcade games dating back to the 1920s. Hungry? Try the handcrafted artisan pizzas, sandwiches, and snacks, or pick your favorite cereal at the soda fountain, and the bartender will blend it into a decadent malt with all the fixings. Shh! You didn’t hear us mention the secret pachyderm speakeasy.
Southern NH Pinball Club
Southern New Hampshire Pinball Club is a non-profit social club in Nashua, New Hampshire dedicated to the enjoyment and preservation of pinball machines. Located in an old warehouse, these pinheads are eager to show you a flipping great time on games like Charlie’s Angels, Johnny Mnemonic, and NBA Fastbreak. Guests can make an appointment to play for a small fee or become a member to get 24/7 access to more than 20 machines and invitations to special events and tournaments.
The Sanctuary of the Silver Ball
The Sanctuary of the Silver Ball is the Northwest Pinball Collective’s membership-based community space in Seattle, WA. The Northwest Pinball Collective is a nonprofit that aims to explore new territory beyond Seattle’s excellent barcade scene. The Sanctuary focuses exclusively on pinball and pinball culture, as well as the needs of its members and the pinball community at large. The Sanctuary holds a rotating selection of 20 free-play pinball machines accessible for members, as well as tournaments, classes, and repair parties.