Seattle, Washington: Seattle Pinball MuseumCollection of working pinball machines, some dating back to the 1930s. As with most pinball museums, the emphasis is on active play, but each machine features a small sign describing its historical importance.
- 508 Maynard Ave. S, Seattle, WA
- Chinatown, between King St. and Weller St.
- Su,M,W 12-5, Th,F,Sa 12-10
- Adults $13.
Visitor Tips and News About Seattle Pinball Museum
We visited in January 2017, 3 adults and an 8 year old on a Friday night. We had a great time! $15 for unlimited pinball machines. The machines are in order by year and it was a good crowd of people without being overly crowded. We were worried that my niece might get bored quickly, but once she had some chips and a soda she was set for the night. We spent about 3 hours. They have a strict in and out policy -- you aren't allowed to walk out the doors once inside, but otherwise I would recommend a trip.[Stephanie Hill, 03/15/2017]
Seattle Pinball Museum
Thirty plus vintage pinball machines, ranging from 1936 to 1994, all on free play with paid admission of $7.00.[C. Martin, 02/06/2011]