Pinball Hall Of Fame

This place is cool.

And I mean cool. Like… where am I? What year is this? I wish I knew about this sooner.

Have you been?


The Pinball Hall of Fame is right on Tropicana.

Super close to UNLV and really easy to get to from the 15 Freeway. I called my brother (who has not been on the blog yet. Welcome, Yoni!) and got my sister to come check this place out with me. We’ve never been. What? How!?

You walk in and BAMMMMM! So many fricken pinball machines. It’s a little overwhelming….got a little anxiety, but it’s all good.

If you’ve never been, let me break it down for you and give you a play by play of how this all went down.

Walked in. Went to a machine in the back (front one wasn’t working) to convert a few dollars to quarters. Picked an aisle to start on. Walked to a pinball machine. Put the coins in. Started playing.

Fun stuff. Super duper easy peasy.

Each game is about 50 cents.

We had so much fun bouncing around from machine to machine. I kept trying to find the girliest ones because why not. If you’re wondering, there aren’t many. The pinball machines I found myself playing on either had a sports theme or scary clown on it. Hate clowns, but the game was fun.

My sister and I nearly lost our brother because he bounced around from machine to machine so fast. We could barely keep up.


Each machine had a little story on it about what year it was made and the number of models there were. So if you want to go, but don’t want to spend some money on games, just take a look around and you’ll find cool stories and hidden messages throughout.

The whole time I was here I kept telling my sister that this would be such a cute date-night spot. The lights are dim, many aisles, exciting, different…you get it.

Let me know if you’ve been here before. If you have any questions about this place that I didn’t answer in this post, feel free to ask. 🙂

Love questions and comments. ♥  Toodles.

Gumball Machine

Vegas Pinball Machine

The Olive Brunette at Pinball Hall of Fame

Row of Pinballs at Pinball Hall of Fame


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