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“All you can play pinball”
Presently 53 pinball machines and 4 Arcades As flashy as a flashback can get, the Seattle Pinball Museum is alive with a sensory overload of sound and light. No need to bring quarters for flipper nostalgia, though. The entry fee gets you all-you-can-play access to more than fifty machines as well as arcade classics Asteroids and Missile Command. Not exactly the pinball experience of your childhood years, the museum allows you tip back a brew while you wait for the ball to stop bouncing around on the top bumpers. Bring a date and try to best each other scores or challenge a friend for who buys the next round.
Fun place, but pricey. I may be spoiled by other pinball museums I've visited like in Alameda or Chattanooga, but I expected more machines and maybe a blurb about them? This is more a place to... Read more
What a dope place to spend an afternoon playing unlimited pinball for $21.00pp. They are open several days a week, but not on certain weekdays so check their opening hours before you go. The... Read more
When I was a kid I never used to play the pinball machines at arcades, because it was expensive. Each play was like a dollar or something and it felt like it wasn't worth my money. At the Seattle... Read more
Seattle Pinball Museum
- Sun, Mon, Fri, Sat: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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