Pinball Hall of Fame in the News.
Hours for Pinball Hall of Fame expanded a bit:
Sun-Thu: 10am to 9pm
Fri-Sat: 10am to 10pm
Masks are no longer required at the Pinball Hall of Fame.
We updated the 'game list' section of the web site to be current
*and* to have pictures of the individual games! Hopefully we can
keep this up as new games are added to the new and larger facility.
The NEW Pinball Hall of Fame opens at a larger 25,000 square foot
location at 4925 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas NV 89119.
Right on 'the strip' and across the street from the
classic 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign and Mandalay Bay hotel.
The NEW Pinball Hall of Fame opens at a larger 10,000 square foot
location at 1610 E. Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas 89119.
Half as close to 'the Strip' (just 1.5 miles compared to 3 miles
at the old 3330 E. Tropicana location), the new facility is owned
by the Las Vegas Pinball Collectors Club. A standalone and dedicated
facility just for pinball!
LA Times article on the Pinball Hall of Fame
John C. Dvorak's Cranky Geeks dot Com takes a time-out
from the 2008 CES show in Las Vegas to visit the Pinball Hall of Fame.
Episode #98 (01.08.2008), video of the PHoF starts at about 3:05 into the 25 minute
Spirit Magazine (Southwest Airlines) article about the Las Vegas Pinball Hall of Fame.
Sure Played a Mean Pinball
Poker Pages about PHof.
Poker Pages article
City Life 'Pick of the Week'
about PHoF and Retrotopia.
City Life (part1),
City Life (part2).
Get Geeky about PHoF
and Retrotopia in the Las Vegas Weekly magazine.
Tim Arnold interview about PHoF and
how Tim got started doing pinball.
Hobo Trashcan article about Vegas,
and a good part of it about the PHoF.
History of the Button
visits the Pinball Hall of Fame.
An excellent video interview of Tim Arnold and the
history of pinball.
Las Vegas CityLife article on the PHoF. Scanned and presented here
(no CityLife web version).
Friday January 13th, 2006.
Original Pinball Hall of Fame officially opens at 3330 E. Tropicana Avenue.