I love this place! They have a huge assortment of pinball machines, Elvira is by far my personal fav though. Wizard of Oz is a close second. You can easily waste a whole day here.
During a family vacation a couple of years ago we stumbled upon this place and made a promise to come back every year. An amazing array of machines, very well kept, and what a location! This can get busy but with the entry cost being so low, and the setting right on the board walk, who could fault this place?... 更多
Pinball games from a 2005 Sopranos machine back to at least the 50's, plus video games back to Pong, with classics like Pac-man, Frogger, Centipede, Missile Command and dozens more, plus air hockey, Skeeball, and some others. Pay for unlimited play for a set time. Plans include half-hour, hour, 1/2 day, etc. we played for an hour and it wasn't... 更多
Recently visited the Silverball Pinball Museum on the Asbury Park Boardwalk for some arcade fun. The arcade is rather unique in that you pay one price and can play unlimited arcade games for a certain mount of time. There are no prizes, which makes it that much more fun. The games include many old school pinball machines, baseball machines, pac-man,... 更多
You just can't imagine how fun this place is. You walk into a place with tons of pinball machines, some very old. You pay for the time you spend there and then walk around and play whatever you like. Some of the old wooden machines are really cool. Each machine has a sign above it with history/year/background information. Very interesting!... 更多
If you can't have fun at this place then I don't know what to say. My wife and I visited this past Saturday and we had a terrific time. Plenty of machines to play without any wait and the price is right. We will go back. Too much fun not to try again and again.
What an awesome experience. Stumbled by the place in passing by accident, and went in because my date wanted to do skiball. This place was amazing...pay one price for a time limit you choose, and no coins needed. Plus, they have a little bit of history of the machines on top of each game. Will definitely go back.