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  • Address : 1610 East Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89119
  • Phone Number : +1 702-597-2627
  • Email : pinballhalloffame@msn.com
  • Street Number : 1610
  • Route : East Tropicana Avenue
  • Postal Code : 89119
  • Locality : Las Vegas
  • State : Nevada (NV)
  • Country : United States
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  • Monday : 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
  • Tuesday : 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
  • Wednesday : 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
  • Thursday : 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
  • Friday : 11:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Saturday : 11:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Sunday : 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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    Best pinball arcade I've been too. There are so many pinball machines and retro 25 cent games that it's overwhelming! There is allot of rare and popular pins that you haven't got to play until you visit the PHF. I've been to many pinball shows and tournaments over the years and still got to play 12 + machines that I never seen on location or shows. The owner Tim Arnold is not the best to talk to and seemed miserable both days I was there, but the other staff was great and friendly. If you love pinball and your in Vegas this place is a no Brian-er.

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    We spent nearly three hours and countless quarters in this amazing place! My son even got to see my mad pinball skills and discovery the joy of stand-up arcade classics. I have spent years traveling to Las Vegas, and this is a true MUST see!

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    NEVER coming back. First, we LOVED the pinball machines. BUT The reason for the one-star review is that the person manning the place (owner or whatever he may be) came up to us and said we were rude because we were *gasp* still there at 10:53pm. They close at 11:00pm. We were in the middle of a game and he stood behind us sighing and making shifting noises. Then he finally told us that we were rude. Like, seriously? You aren't even closed yet! We are paying customers. We were having a great time until he ruined it! We were gonna leave when they closed. If we were there at 11:01pm, I can see why he would get mad. But at 10:58 (we were surprisingly not losing, which we had expected to since we are newbies)? Ridiculous. A guy told is at 10:45pm they were about to close. That's 15 mins and we figured we could play another game in that time because we are newbs! Horrible customer service. Seriously ruined our night. I had a feeling he didn't like us as soon as we walked in. Sorry, but he seemed like he was a racist too. I think that person should be grateful that people are happy to stop by this Pinball Museum. Instead, he seemed annoyed. Well, we are definitely not coming back, so he sure doesn't have to worry. Go to GameWorks Town Square. You will have more fun and at least they are nice and welcoming there. Unbelievable.

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    Been coming here for years and always had fun. Until today! We were told the OWNER doesn't like people and definitely DOES NOT LIKE KIDS. He is so RUDE! My 5 yr old was playing the "Puppet" dancing game (simply a dancing puppet, only 1 arm & a partial leg moves) anyway, she was pushing the buttons hard (which is the only way to get the thing to move) and the OWNER says "can you tell the kid not to do that" , we left the machine. So we went to a "shuffle board bowling game" the owner was working on a machine next to us. So, after putting our money in, the puck did not come out, so I asked "excuse me, do you know where the puck is for this game" his response "NEXT TIME, GO ASK AN ATTENDANT FOR HELP". How am I suppose to know who is an attendant? All the people in the place are in "street clothes" and nobody has a name tag! If this man does not like PEOPLE or KIDS, he either should NOT BE OPEN TO PUBLIC or he shouldn't be there when people are there!!

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    I used to love this place, until one of the volunteers went off on me 5 min before close. I do love pinball, and this is the biggest collection in the world. In the future, I will just walk back to the table in back and see if he is there, if so I will go somewhere else for the evening, the rest of the staff are wonderful and passionate about pinball and if anyone but the bitter senior are in charge for the day/evening, it is a great time. I was told by someone that he was the owner, but I read an interview with Tim Arnold and it was not the guy in the photo, it was someone older.

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