Pinball Hall of Fame, 2021
Starting as the personal collection of Tim Arnold, an enthusiast and repair pro, he started renting space in 2006 to show his collection. He moved to a larger one in 2009, where it is now, and is completing a purpose-built location to house all 700 machines in full accessible view.
I drove down Tropicana Ave. It's on the north side, east from the Casinos. Not very flashy
Over 200 machines are set up spanning from the 1930s through today. Very interesting old pinball machines through the 50s where electronics were controlled by switches, cams, and wires.
More modern and unique machines litter the space (I use space sparingly, there is no extra space - it's crammed full)
The collection moves into seminal video games that continued to affect the future of arcades.
Summary? Go! It's SUPER fun, free to get in, just costs your quarters to play. Change machines and bill breakers are onsite. GOOOOOOOO!
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