Thinking back to our childhoods, life was so technologically simpler. Going to the arcade used to be a thing and this spot in Asheville is bringing our childhoods back to life for only $15. This one museum in North Carolina has 80 different pinball machines and vintage games you can play, you won't even know where to start.
The Asheville Pinball Museum in Asheville, North Carolina will make all your childhood dreams come true. There won't be a phone in sight and all you'll be focused on is trying to win. You and your friends can compete against each other for a unique weekend activity that involves something other than being glued to the couch.
There are over 80 pinball machines and classic video games you get to play all day long and no one will judge you. You can stay from the time the arcade opens to the time it closes and you only pay one price.
For all-day gameplay, it's only $15. You don't have to worry about gathering up a bunch of quarters or continuously buying tokens during your time which is just another reason this spot is so popular.
This spot only allows 80 players in at one time so there aren't lines waiting behind the pinball machines.
Everyone can enjoy their time without being watched over their shoulder, which we can all appreciate.
If you get there when they're at max capacity, a waiting list begins. Once there is enough room for you and all your friends, they'll give you a call and you can go wild.
You're more than welcome to browse the museum free of cost because there are some machines that are nonplayable and are antiques.
The ones on display go back to the 1930s and even to times when pinball machines were banned in the United States.
Sometimes, they even have these machines and video games for sale. If you keep up with their website, you'll be in the know when they go on sale and snag one if you've been in the market for some games.
Asheville Pinball Museum
Address: 1 Battle Square, Suite 1B., Asheville, NC
Why You Need To Go: Your inner gamer kid will come out when you enter this gaming paradise. You also can't beat the price for unlimited gameplay.