Visitors to the Pacific Pinball Museum in Alameda can expect all-you-can-play pinball for a flat fee. On a school break with school-aged kids? Buy admission to this retro amusement hall for a couple of hours of pinball entertainment. It’s open Tuesday through Sunday.
A toddler playroom now makes the Pacific Pinball Museum an even better outing for mixed-age families.
A visit to Alameda’s Pacific Pinball Museum is as much fun for parents as for kids. The layout of the museum/arcade goes from most vintage to most modern in a horseshoe path. My children, above, are playing the super duper old school games.
Don’t miss the toddler room in the back. When you pay to play pinball with — or without — older kids, there is a play room with art supplies, legos, puzzles, trains, books, instruments and Lincoln logs. Little kids get to party in this fun space for free.
Plan your visit to Pacific Pinball Museum
The prices: Adults are $20; Teens age 13-17 are $15; Kids 12-5 are $10; kids under 5 accompanied by an adult are FREE.
When you get there, no quarters are needed. The machines are free to play.
Hours of Operation:
Location: Pacific Pinball Museum is located at 1510 Webster Street in Alameda.
[Photo: Heather Flett, Jordan Pass]