Pinball Hall of Fame. M and I both love to play pinball. M is a much better player than I am, having spent the better part of his youth putting coins into pinball games. However, we both had a great time at the Pinball Hall of Fame. This place is a must see!!! There are over 200 vintage pinball machines in the Hall of Fame. I remember even seeing a Pacman game, but we were focused on pinball. The place is run by a man named Tim Arnold. Mr. Arnold is originally from Michigan, and had a dream of moving to Vegas to open a Pinball Museum. Now he has done it! Only the cool part is that you can actually play the games in the museum. It is a non-profit organization, and any leftover monies go to the Salvation Army. It is staffed by volunteers. Even if you aren't a pinball addict, like M and I are, you will have a fun time visiting this unique place. Check out the rows and rows of pinball machines: So cool!
We could have spent a lot more time and money at the Pinball Hall of Fame, but we only found it on our last day, when we were scheduled to go home. We easily spent more money on pinball than we did at the casino. M stopped in the bathroom before we hopped into the car for the drive home, and while I waited, I discovered the rubber duckie game. That probably is not the official name, but that is what I call it. I really wanted to try to get a rubber duckie, especially the one with the pirate hat, but we did really have to go home. Next time!!!
Back home, to reality, work, chores, dishes, and all of those other responsibilities. I am dreaming about our next visit to Las Vegas, when we will spend our time exploring Red Rock Canyon and playing pinball at the Pinball Hall of Fame. I hope to bring back a rubber duckie.