Located in the Chinatown/International District of Seattle, the Seattle Pinball Museum offers enthusiasts an opportunity to play and learn about these classic coin-operated arcade games.
Opened to the public in August 2010, the museum features over 50 playable pinball machines. Games include Bo Bo from Williams (1961), Expressway from Bally (1970), Black Hole from Gottlieb (1980), Toy Story 4 from Jersey Jack Pinball (2022), and others. The museum also has a Hi-Fly from Genco (1956) on exhibit.
The games are arranged in chronological order to underscore the evolution in technology, artwork, and popular culture that the pinball pastime has experienced over the decades.
The entrance fee grants visitors an unlimited duration of free-play access to the games.