June 2022 by Lisa Upton Burke
Very family friendly. Had a great time with my daughter!
March 2022 by Terri Maxwell Redden
Our family visited the museum on Tuesday March 15, for the first time. My grandchildren, ages 4-10 had such a great time that we stayed 5 hours, and they didn’t want to leave then. The games were amazing, the employees were super nice, the snacks were reasonably priced and the place was very clean. We highly recommend. ??
February 2022 by Debbie Ritch
So much fun to play those old games! Very reasonable price too
February 2022 by Deb Booth
What an amazing, fantastic, fun filled and affordable time!!We went there for my son's birthday and had a BLAST!!! Owner is super cool.Not only can you play all day for 15.00, but each machine it's own compact history on top of it.There are video games as well as virtual games andnpinball.machines.A MUST SEE!!!
January 2022 by Megan Rokoski
It's a free attraction, which is really neat. They have many different pinball machines and there is a lot of history included with them. You can also pay to play and buy alcoholic beverages on site. The people working there when we went were very friendly and outgoing. I definitely recommend going for the experience.
January 2022 by David Biggs
This is a blast! For the pinball nuts or just want to mess around this place has it all. It's not expensive for all you can play all day. A ton of different machines to choose from, and given the age of the units they all work great! They post high scores of units that don't save so you can aim for the top.
January 2022 by Alec Rothman
This place was better than the Asheville Pinball museum, by far. A wider selection of the classic pinball machines, with several cabinets released within the past decade (which Asheville seemed to lack). Plus it wasn’t as crowded as its sister museum. Still, both locations are great in their own right. Check em out!
January 2022 by Lizz Newing
Such a cool place! The staff were all very pleasant. We took our 17 and 19 year old boys. I'm pretty sure my hubby had the most fun playing Pacman. I have always loved the pinball. Loved reading when each machine was made and how many were released. Great price for hours of fun.
December 2021 by Matthew Hitchcock
Great fun for the whole family! I loved showing my kids the classic pinball machines and some classic arcade games I played all the time as a kid. The staff is incredibly nice and the place was clean and inviting. Even if you don’t want to play they welcome you to look around for free (but it’s hard to not want to play).
December 2021 by Allyson Bess
This place is amazing. $12 all day access and you can leave and come back. The games were amazing and brought back so many memories from my childhood. The staff was super friendly and helpful definitely a must do while there. Perfect for the whole family.
November 2021 by David Berry
Really enjoyed visiting this place. One price gets you unlimited play. The staff are very nice and the place is very clean, even the restroom. There are plenty of pinball machines and a few other tyoe games.
November 2021 by Jeremy Cochran
This is an excellent place to travel back in time and visit pinball and video games from the turn of the century. They have rare and unique pinball games, as well as some of the most popular video games from the 1980s.Above each game is information about each game including artist, manufacturer, year, and number produced.
November 2021 by Sara Garrabrant
Really great experience. $15 per person and unlimited play. Mostly pinball with some arcade games mixed in. We had so much fun.
September 2021 by Wendy Whitaker
Kids ages 9 and 8 loved this place. Lots and lots of pinball machines and all the old video games you can imagine. $12 for unlimited play. Very friendly staff. Strict mask enforcement.
September 2021 by Patrick Hindman
Great place to play some pins and arcade games from through out time. Nice collection of Electro mechanicals, solid states, and digital machines. There is a section that is display only for some of the REALLY old electro mechanicals. On top of most of the machines you will find fact cards that give you some interesting info on the game you are playing! Handful of arcade games as well. Everything is set up in areas, which are about 5 total. 3 downstairs and 2 upstairs. You have two pinball areas, two arcade areas, and a display area as you walk in. The only cons to the place are the upstairs area is very dark, which makes some of the pins hard to see. The layout is can be confusing because you DO have to pay for a wristband to play, but you pass entrances with no doors to all areas before you find the pay window. All games are on free play mode after that, except for Wizard of Oz which is 0.50 a play. There are snacks, drinks, alcoholic drinks, and apparel for purchase. Staff has always been very friendly. I've been there twice as of this review and don't plan to ever stop!