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Come enjoy a truly unique Seattle experience. Play the largest public pinball collection in the Pacific Northwest. 50 plus games on free play with your paid admission. Located in the heart of Chinatown/International District. Also available vintage...more
Can't believe this has such high reviews. We wasted our time walking all the way to this place to find a tiny, hot room crammed with pinball machines. If you're handicapped, don't bother, theres no place for you in this place. The owner's solution for...More
Rude, rude and rude! Took my boy there to have a good time. The staff (cranky old dude and a younger version of him) has a very stiff take-it-or-leave-it attitude. We left, thankfully before giving up any of our money (pretty tall prices, considering their...More
This is less like a museum, and more like an amazing way to play pinball for several hours. It's $15 to get in, and every machine is free to play, save one or two of the very new ones. We spent four hours in there...More
I stumbled on this place looking for a place to play pinball. Seattle has a lot of pinball joints but this is pay one price and play until this place closes or you get Carpel Tunnel from pressing the flipper buttons too much. LoL
Over fifty machines all on free play. The owners are great and friendly people. Some old machines back in early 1960 years. Some new machines. If you go to Seattle you got to go here. Cold beer and soda for sale.
This is a great place for the 40+ crowd although I think I would agree with other reviewers that young kids (8 under) might not see the beauty. We got there about 20 minutes after it opened on a weekday and the crowds were not...More
As a caveat, my family loves pinball. So this place rocked!!! For $15 a person, you could play all you wanted. They had pretty much all of the top ten machines, plus some new ones and a bunch of oldies. They had good policies allowing...More
I went with a couple of friends and we enjoyed the old games. Pinball games are great. The old video arcade games also a plus. I don’t see kids having that much fun here. I saw them bouncing from one game to the other not...More
The cool thing about this place is that all but 2 machines are set to free play. You pay one cover charge and you can play all day long. Unfortunately, the place is pretty small, so it can seem a little crowded. The machines are...More
Hi there, can't recall if they had an elevator or not. Try emailing the museum, they struck me as very helpful folks. As for any learning type exhibits, no it's just a ton of great old pinball machines