Australian Pinball Museum
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Molto Verboso
Xmax 300
Joined: 02 Jul 2016
Posts: 1258
Location: Adelaide
Sat Mar 30, 2019 11:54 pm quote
Halfway between Melbourne and Adelaide is the town of Nhill, home to the Pinball Museum. About 30 machines fit in the small rooms, which they rotate with others in storage on a regular basis. They range from 1950's electro-mechanical to present day bells and whistle machines. And best of all they are for playing, just need lots of coins. Great to relive experiences from ones youth, just like scootering.

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Molto Verboso
Triumph Street Scrambler 2018, Suzuki VanVan200 (sold), 2015 Sprint 125 (sold)
Joined: 12 Apr 2015
Posts: 1815
Location: Finland
Sun Mar 31, 2019 2:59 am quote
These places are just amazing, you could easily get lost in loosing a lot of coins there.. as at least I've noticed my refleces are not what they used to be

There's a very similar place near the city of Tampere in Finland, called Ikuri Arcade. Basically started as a hobby by guys who liked to restore old pinball machines and other games.

Thanks for sharing, almost can hear the sounds...

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Ikuri Arcade

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