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It's a giant dark warehouse with nothing but pinball games. It's not licensed...no food...no cover...no frills...just all the pinball games you played as a kid (assuming you're over 30 and under 80) in mint condition and most charge 50 cents a game.
A little out of the way, but definitely worth a visit. There are so many pinball and arcade machines from every era, modern games plus the extremely rare Pinball Circus. Amazing place to spend an afternoon!!
This was a great non-gambling way to spend some hours. They of course had many of my lifetime favorites. If you played pinball as a kid this is something you cannot miss. Volunteer staff are incredible in knowledge, spirit and smiliness. Love this place.
This is my second visit to this glorious place. They even had some new pinball games in from last time. I had to take a friend w me and we must have been in there for 3 hours! Great times. If you haven't been there...More
Absolutely loved this so many machines from all years, bargain to play from 25c to $1 spent several hours here reliving my childhood and youth, great place and can't recommend enough. You can get the bus from just past MGM Grand 201 you need it's...More
Visited here end of August 2018. Got the 201 bus from down the side of Tropicana Hotel ( Tropicana ave ).100's of pinball machines - varying in age from 1950's to more modern present day, all priced between 25c - $1
We had a brilliant...More
Instead of inserting bill after bill playing video poker or slots in a casino, you can insert a few quarters into these machines and have fun for hours here.
There are several rows of old-time pinball machines (my 60-year-old brother was excited to find the...More
This place had been on my radar for a long time. I didn't imagine it's was as large as it was with as many options as they had to play. Five dollars and an hour and a half disappeared in no time due to the...More
The most direct route is to go south on Las Vegas Blvd (The Strip) and turn left on Tropicana. The Pinball Hall is maybe 2 miles or so East on Tropicana. It will be on your left-hand side. If you don't have a car the best... More
The most direct route is to go south on Las Vegas Blvd (The Strip) and turn left on Tropicana. The Pinball Hall is maybe 2 miles or so East on Tropicana. It will be on your left-hand side. If you don't have a car the best bet is Lyft or Uber. Otherwise, you are looking at like a 4-mile hike.