Family All Day Pass: $50 (2 Adults & 2 Kids 12 and under)
Adult All Day Pass: $20
Children 12 and under: $10 (Flat Rate, good for All Day)
Students, Military, and Over 65: $15 (with valid ID)
Adult One Hour: $10 (No "In and Out" privileges)
NEW Summer Hours ~ Starts JUNE 14!!!
We have NEW Summer Hours so you can come play all day and even later on Friday and Saturday nights. Come see us starting Tuesday June 14th where our hours will be from 11:00am ~ 9:00pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, with extended hours 'til 10:00pm on Friday and Satuday nights!
We won a Blue Ribbon for Editor's Choice for the Pacific Pinball Museum's Pinball Camp at the 2016 Bay Area Maker Faire in San Mateo this weekend!
Comedian Maureen Langan in:
Daughter of a Garbage Man - A Sole Performance
July 8th, 15th and 22nd
6pm—10pm Comedy Show and Pinball!
Comedy show 8pm—9pm
$20 at the door includes show and pinball play
A pilot class at the East Bay School for Boys has turned out to be a big success. It is a STEAM related class that uses the carrot of a pinball machine from the William White collection to garner interest in learning about how they work, the art and history of them, and the the physics and social courtesy involved in their play. The one hour classes introduced electricity, physics, art, culture, history, math, logic and more. Halfway through we assembled the pinball machine and then we started playing it at the last half hour of each class.
We wil be closed on July 4th, but we can be seen in this year's Alameda Mayor's July 4th Parade! Come see us on a large flat bed truck as we make our way through the parade route featuring "HERCULES" the world's largest pinball machine.
Hercules, himself, will be playing the game surrounded by his lovely entourage of Amazonian women. Cheer us on as we try to win BEST FLOAT entry.
See you back on the 5th of July.
The exhibits are up and running in the new Science Room at the Pacific Pinball Museum. The Pin Chime, the Galton Pinball Machine, the Gottlieb Reset Video Kiosk and the original Visible Pinball Machine are combined with three other exhibits from the "Geometry on the Roll" series designed and built by Richard Falkard, former exhibit designer at the Exploratorium in San Francisco.