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Musée du Flipper (Paris Pinball Museum)

Open Friday to Monday from 11 am to 5 pm.

There are actually 170 games here, but not all of them in the Pinside game archive at this time.

Address

141 Rue du Mont Cenis, 75018 Paris, France

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Added by

LaughingOtter
2016-03-22 22:53:49



Games list

Last updated on 2016-03-22 22:53:49

The following games are listed for this location.



Bally, 1933

Gottlieb, 1948

Gottlieb, 1959

Gottlieb, 1956

Gottlieb, 1931

Exhibit, 1950

Gottlieb, 1961

Gottlieb, 1958

Gottlieb, 1948

Bally, 1936

Gottlieb, 1952

Gottlieb, 1948

Gottlieb, 1958

Gottlieb, 1952

Gottlieb, 1958

Gottlieb, 1952

Williams, 1959

Gottlieb, 1956

Williams, 1952

Gottlieb, 1954

Gottlieb, 1955

Gottlieb, 1957

Buckley, 1932

Gottlieb, 1960

Gottlieb, 1953

Williams, 1950

Gottlieb, 1956

Gottlieb, 1953

Gottlieb, 1953

Gottlieb, 1955

Gottlieb, 1952

United, 1954

Williams, 1952

Gottlieb, 1954

Gottlieb, 1950

Gottlieb, 1960

Gottlieb, 1950

Gottlieb, 1954

Gottlieb, 1960

Gottlieb, 1957

Gottlieb, 1960

Gottlieb, 1951

Gottlieb, 1953

Gottlieb, 1953

Chicago Coin, 1950

Gottlieb, 1952

Gottlieb, 1956

Gottlieb, 1958

Gottlieb, 1950

Gottlieb, 1958

Gottlieb, 1957

Gottlieb, 1956

Gottlieb, 1956

Williams, 1951

Williams, 1960

Williams, 1951

Gottlieb, 1957

Gottlieb, 1952

Williams, 1951

Gottlieb, 1960

Gottlieb, 1954

Gottlieb, 1958

Gottlieb, 1954

Gottlieb, 1959

Gottlieb, 1949

Gottlieb, 1960

Chicago Coin, 1951

Williams, 1959

Williams, 1948

Gottlieb, 1955

Gottlieb, 1959

Gottlieb, 1960

Gottlieb, 1957

Williams, 1955

Gottlieb, 1957


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Comments

1 year ago

What a fantastic place! If you are at all interested in the history and evolution of pinball, this is a must.
So many games to play on, including some legendary electro mechanicals. All for 20 euros for unlimited time, and the place all to ourselves.

We had a real ball when we visited.
Raphael and Bruno are wonderful people who shared their passion with us, all with a great sense of humour.
Thank you forever!

Rob and Jo

(ps If you want a newer experience try the Berlin Pinball museum...mostly electronic but a good few electro mechanicals too. This place is like a pinball youth club for all ages)

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