Visit and play!

Visit and play!
1510 Webster Street
Alameda, California 94501

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Tues - Thurs: 11am - 9pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am - 10pm
Sunday: 11am - 9pm
Monday: closed
Also closed on July 4th, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.


All admissions are for unlimited free play the day of purchase!

Adults $20

Students (13 -18), Seniors and Military $15 (with valid ID)

Children (12 and under) $10

Family Pass (includes two adults and two children) $50



For Information:
(510) 769-1349


Our Ultimate Warehouse

Check out the interactive imagery from of Pacific Pinball Annex at 1680 Viking Street, Alameda, at Alameda Point 

Check out more info HERE.

This warehouse also houses many of our collection offerings. We will often cycle machine out for a variety of options at the museum at 1510 Webster Street, Alameda, CA. Come by and see what in store for you this month at the Museum on Webster Street.

The monthly comedy/storytelling show brought to you by comedy darling Mary Van Note. Show starts at 8PM, so come early and stay late to play some of the museum's 90+ pinball machines on free play! Guest show appearances will vary monthly, so check out the event page for more info.

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!

Solo Performance - Maureen Langan in:

"Daughter of a Garbage Man"

July 22nd Show - CANCELLED

Friday Evenings

July 8th, 15th 6pm—10pm Comedy Show and Pinball!

Comedy show 8pm—9pm

$20 at the door includes show and pinball play

Opening night of Thursday, August 18th marks the beginning of this new and exciting public art display. Come join us for the Opening night reveal that goes from 5:00pm - 9pm in our gallery space. The art show is free to the public and can be seen from August 18th - November 6th Tuesday - Sunday when the museum is open.

    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.