Unless a lot has changed (through no fault of his own), his newest pin is Comet. So if you are going there and expecting to see a bunch of newer pins, you may want to look elsewhere. Nearest competition is Timeline York, Timeline Hanover, Village Arcade near Honeybrook with all the EM's, Pinball Gallery in Malvern, and the new Decades Lancaster, which is pin-light and video game heavy. All of those places are hourly except for Decades and Village Arcade. The hourly rates are $10-15 for the first hour, $20-25 for the day.
Parking can also be tight in the Whistlestop plaza where he is located, but there is a small parking garage half a block up the alley from there. The Whistlestop plaza area has had a bit of an issue in the past with large groups of kids gathering there and harassing passers by on the linear trail as well as vandalizing the infrastructure in the area. Hopefully that has been corrected in the last couple years since I left Ephrata.
Also, a rub and tug was recently busted two doors down from him... So if you are disappointed in the arcade selection, you may be able to still have a happy ending before leaving town.
There is also a vape shop, several reuse-it shops, a vintage movie theater and like 16 barber shops within walking distance if you want to make a day of it.