If you’re looking for fun things to do in Myrtle Beach South Carolina, here is a hidden gem! The Myrtle Beach pinball museum is now open for the summer season and offers a trip back to your childhood. Here you cannot only view, but play the games of your youth. Pinball machines form the 1970's, 1980's, 1990's and even a few games from today.
With more than two dozen pinball machines on display and is one of the largest collections on display to the public in the state of South Carolina. A definite must see if you’re visiting the beach. Each machine has the history, number of units made and also relative historical information. If you looking for fun things to do on a rainy day or even a sunny day you will love this attraction.
Once you pay the hourly admission, all machines are set to 'free play', no quarters needed. Once you pay the admission, you can play without coins or tokens.
How it works:
- Admission $12 per hour, per person.
- All Games are set on “Free Play”, no quarter’s needs. Once you pay the admission, you can play without coins or tokens.
- HAVE FUN!
*$2. OFF Admission Discount with ID – Military, 1st Responders, Locals, AAA – only 1 discount per person.
The Myrtle Beach Pinball Museum grew out of Realtor Jerry and Sheila’s personal collection. Jerry bought a pinball machine for his real estate company, for kids to play while their parents talked real estate. Then he added another machine …then another…then another…you know what happened next… soon they started coming home…and the rest is history.
It’s not a paid gig…it’s 100% volunteer, no salaries. Pinball and charity can go together. The goal with this project is to raise money for children’s charities.
The museum is located at 607 N 27th Ave in Myrtle Beach South Carolina, just 4 blocks from the convention center and 4 blocks from the beach.
If you’re into retro nostalgia and pinball this is for you. It’s the best place to pretend it 1986 again!
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607 N 27th Ave, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577