For all of you old school gamers, Asheville has recently welcome a Pinball Museum to downtown Asheville. Many people are just finding this museum for the first time as it opened it’s doors to the public on August 30th. This is an interactive museum and visitors can play unlimited games of pinball for a flat rate. In most cases, a lot of these machines haven’t been seen in 30 – 40 years.
“The interactive museum, which allows visitors to play as many games as they’d like for a daily fee ($10 for adults, $7 for children 12 and younger), features pinball machines from as far back as 1950.
Above each machine is a small placard with information about it, including the year, manufacturer, number produced, designer and artist.
In many cases, the machines offer a glimpse into the pop-culture trends of the second half of the 20th century.”
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