Visit and play!

Visit and play!
1510 Webster Street
Alameda, California 94501

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Tues - Thurs: 2pm - 9pm
Friday: 2pm - midnight
Saturday: 11am - midnight
Sunday: 11am - 9pm
Monday: closed

Also closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.



Play 85+ machines for one price of admission. All on FREE PLAY. No quarters needed. All day long.

Tuesday - Sunday
$15 for adults

$7.50 for kids under 16



For Information:
(510) 205-6959

Pacific Pinball Museum, The Smithsonian of Pinball

PACIFIC PINBALL MUSEUM    New Year's Eve Celebration 2015!

SILVER BALL FUN RAISER/Black and White Theme

1510 Webster St., Alameda, CA 94501
December 31 from 6pm to 1am
Tickets: $40 for Adults, $25 for children 16 and under


City Council Approves Exclusive Negotiation Agreement

The Pacific Pinball Museum (PPM) now has an agreement with the City of Alameda to restore the vacant Carnegie Library as their new home and has presented the city with our $750K deposit to work towards an ENA. This magnificent 1902 building has sat vacant since 1998 and needs an incredible amount of work to be ready for the public again. This location will more than triple the museum's display capacity, but the museum desperately needs your help now to raise the funds needed to move and restore the building. The facility will also provide space for community events, classrooms, exhibits and many other expansions to PPM’s already exciting programs. Your donations go directly toward reopening this building to the public!

To donate, please visit

Treat Someone to the Pacific Pinball Museum and help a great non-profit.

Buy an Annual Membership before the price goes up January 1st, 2015!

Individual: $130 - Unlimited regular admission for one adult for one

year. Includes 10% store discount, PPM newsletter and Invitations to

Members-Only events.   Save $30, Buy it for $100 now!

Duo: $170 - Unlimited regular admission for two adults for one year.

Includes 10% store discount, PPM newsletter and Invitations to

In this class, a group of girls designed and built pingames on metal grids using quilting pins and marbles.

99% Invisible came to the PPM and also talked to Roger Sharpe.

This great pinball pod-cast playing on NPR and online.

David Volansky, a native of San Francisco, was elected to the board by a unanimous vote on August 10th, 2014. David brings his systems analysis expertise to the museum from a career in IT.  While he won’t rest until every last pinball machine is in perfect working order, he will take out some time to work as a board member on the larger goals of the museum.

Next to our world famous Visible Pinball Machine is our newest educational tool,