Pinball may have been relegated to a bygone era, but pinheads and history lovers alike have found a haven at the Pacific Pinball Museum. A staple at state fairs and arcades for generations, this American pastime is alive and rolling at this museum for the young at heart.
For those reliving their youth or for those still in it, the Pinball Museum is a gamer’s getaway. Housed within its cartoon-laden walls are nearly 100 functioning pinball machines – some machines dating back to the 1950s. For the cost of admission, visitors can play their way through gaming history. From the 1936 Bally Bumper to the flashy Twilight Zone, the games tell a story of gaming, technology, and the kids who played them.