I was there last year and was very disappointed. It was a dark, dirty pinball
arcade with nothing about the history of pin ball.
My 2 cents
Bob and Dolores
1960 Austin Healey Sprite (Mk IV in disguise) - in storage
1966 Austin Healey Sprite Mk III (Trevor) - still in boxes - now in the garage
On Mar 24, 2012, at 8:10 PM, Jeff Foster wrote:
> As much as I like cars if I was in Vegas I'd probably skip most car
> museums and spend my spare time at the pinball museum!
> Nice cars can be found just about anywhere but good old pinball tables
> are very hard to find.
> A good friend of mine visited the place a few years ago and was very
> impressed with the machines and being able to play almost any of them.
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