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Musèe Mècanique is such a wonderful surprise to stumble across! Walk through the doors and be transported back in time with a plethora of old time-y games and entertainment. Bring cash, but there are change machines.
Make sure you're packing a roll of quarters, as this place is a great little location to visit. With a heap of old school machines, most costing only a quarter or two to try, this place is a lot of fun. It was super interesting...More
Anyone over 50 years old will love this trip down memory lane with all the old arcade games and artifacts of amusement. Even though I'm not from America there were lots of things in here that we had in the UK so it was a...More
This exceptional Mechanical Museum has one of the world's largest privately owned collection of coin-operated mechanical musical instruments and antique arcade machines in their original working condition. This is a magical place! Imagine yourself back in time as you are entertained with orchestrions, coin operated...More
Wow, this place was so interesting. It had all the different coin operated games from the olden dates up to the games from the 80's. I showed my kids a pinball machine as they had never seen one before. My favourites like Pac girl, time...More
Such a great little place you can spend as much or little time in as you want. It's free to enter and has an incredible selection of old games and mechanical devices that generally cost 25c to run/play. Perfect for a rainy day!
It's always a lot of fun coming here and being able to play old time games from 50-100 years ago. It's a great way to see what things were like back in the day. Plus, the games are all very inexpensive.
In such a busy and expensive area in Fisherman’s Wharf, it’s great to have such a fun and interesting thing to do, practically for free. It’s free entry, and most games only cost a quarter. We spent a good hour there, playing a few games...More
Packed with family-friendly entertainment, quality hotels, and good food, there’s something for everyone at Fisherman’s Wharf. From street performers and historic cable cars to art galleries and museums, a postcard-worthy photo is available on every corner. Bring your appetite: seafood lovers will be rewarded with Dungeness crab and sourdough bread bowls, while Ghirardelli Square will satiate anyone’s sweet tooth
after a day at Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Don't forget to say hello to the adorable sea lions that make this neighbourhood a true San Francisco treat.