Everyone has a kid at heart that they want to let loose. At the Las Vegas Pinball Hall of Fame, you can do just that. With 10,000 square feet of pinball machines, the fun never ends. The museum has over 200 different types of pinball machines, as well as several classic video arcade games and other novelty machines. The following video gives a brief overview of the facilities and what it's like inside:
The museum is always free to enter. The Pinball Hall of Fame is a non-profit institution fully staffed by volunteers. All that you have to pay for are the machines themselves. Older models are 25 cents, while newer games are 50 cents to play. Any excess revenue is donated to the Salvation Army. This next video features an interview talking about the history of the museum and its modern relevance.
What sets this museum apart is that they're not focused on making money; instead, they focus on charity and games. What's important for the Pinball Hall of Fame is the experience that everyone has, making sure that every visit is the best that it can be. By donating excess funds, continually repairing and upgrading the machines, and offering free admission, this museum succeeds in its humanitarian efforts. Besides just being a fun place to spend the day, you'll learn about how pinball has evolved over time.
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