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Asheville Pinball Museum

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Entry is $13 for adults and $10 for kids 10 and under for a day pass, all machines on free play, come and go as you please. Wednesday night is pinball league night, starts at 6:30pm. Beers are only $3.50 all the time. Machines are also for sale. Check their website or for more details.

They have recently moved to the other side of the building from their original location. new space has a huge bar for seating and a classic arcade room full of original arcade cabinets and multicades.

This location has 47 machines.
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1 Battle Square, Suite 1C, Asheville, NC (United States)

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Games list

The following games are listed for this location. This information was last updated on 2016-10-19 18:54:58

Bally, 1992

Color DMD. Very nice.

Bally, 1982

Williams, 1988

Gottlieb, 1996

Williams, 1967

Gottlieb, 1981

Williams, 1980

Capcom, 1996

Gottlieb, 1976

Gottlieb, 1991

Data East, 1991

Gottlieb, 1980

Williams, 1995

Williams, 1988

Williams, 1989

Stern, 2004

Bally, 1977

Bally, 1972

Bally, 1971

Stern, 2016

Williams, 1979

Gottlieb, 1982

Atari, 1979

Gottlieb, 1959

Gottlieb, 1947

Bally, 1995

Bally, 1993

Gottlieb, 1977

Gottlieb, 1967

Bally, 1979

Stern, 2015

Data East, 1992

Williams, 1986

Bally, 1974

Williams, 1991

Stern, 2013

Data East, 1992

Bally, 1993

Williams, 1960

Bally, 1975

Sega, 1997

Bally, 1980


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3 years ago
A few great games and lots of OK games. Most of the games here really need a basic shop job (rubbers, bulbs, loose screws, flippers), these games feel like a mash up of average auction games in their condition. A couple guys running around repairing minor problems as they occur though and quickly, and the place hasn't be opened long so I assume they're bringing everything up to playable before making them play better. Despite this, there are enough good games you can't really play anywhere else to make it worth the $10. The owner and others working there were very nice and easy to chat up too.
3 years ago
I love this place. They are adding games all the time.
3 years ago
They have been trying to get everything going and will continue to upgrade each machine but they have so many projects going to get them all out on the floor that they don't have time to shop yet, but it's coming. They do a great job upgrading as soon as they sell one. They have only been open since September 2013 so the best is yet to come from these guys. They have weekly tournaments on Wednesday nights and the entry is discounted to $7 for Asheville Pinball Club members.
2 years ago
My wife spotted this place while she was up in Asheville for work and when I joined her a day later we decided it would be a must stop during our anniversary weekend. The place is setup nicely, plenty of space between machines and a nice lounge area with the rarer Night Moves machine to play. The owner is really nice and gave us lots of info as we made our way from machine to machine. He also gave us some tips and knew when to check on us and when to just let us play the pins and have fun.

I like the concept of what he's got going there and it seems like there's more machines in the back he's working on (saw a Star Trek: TNG behind the curtains), so I imagine more pins will make their way to the floor shortly.

Can't wait to go back when I'm in Asheville again! :)
2 years ago
I had a great time with my family here on the 23rd. What a great place to learn which style of game is my favorite. My wife, who is not a huge fan of my hobby, enjoyed this place.
1 year ago
They were down on 90's games when I visited. WH2O, Getaway, Stern HD were gone, and DM and TZ were in the back for repair. JD was out but the flippers were too weak to make it up the ramps. The games were in OK shape. They were clean and I didn't see any broken rubbers. Some of the flippers needed to be rebuilt and the lighting fixed on several games. Overall it is a great location and very reasonable. Wish it was closer to me. It was very crowded when I was there a couple days before Christmas with mostly tourists, but the owner said that was unusual for a weekday. They had some great EMs and a beautiful Haunted House. Also had a Flintstones that I'd never played before - it was a lot of fun. It looks like they are renovating a vacant store front in the same building. Not sure if they are going to be moving, expanding, or are just advertising in the window.
1 year ago
Great Place for pinball. Great price to play all day long. Bought a Phantom of the Opera there. The owner, T.C., is a great guy. Got to play the ridiculous Hercules there. It's worth paying to get in to play that one alone. I got to play tons of machines that I never had the chance to before. The only place you need to stop for in Asheville.

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