Located close to the Convention Center and the ocean, the Myrtle Beach Pinball Museum offers arcade enthusiasts a classic play experience steeped in 1980s history and nostalgia.
Open to the public since 2018, the museum features more than 25 playable pinball machines. Games include Capt. Fantastic from Bally (1976), Flash from Williams (1979), Indiana Jones from Stern (2008), Sharpshooter II from Game Plan (1983), and Wheel of Fortune from Stern (2007). New machines are regularly rotated into the mix from the museum’s curated collection.
An hourly entrance fee grants visitors unlimited free-play access to the games during their chosen timeslot.