Pinball museum in Budapest with one-of-a-kind machines
There is a pinball machine museum in Budapest, on the Radnóti street, and it has become quite the tourist attraction. Both locals and visitors find that it is a unique place and the museum has made it onto the lists of must-see attractions in the city, funzine.hu reports.
If you have not been there before, you should definitely put it on your bucket list. There is going to be a new machine there soon, which is one of a kind.
You could spend about 3 hours in the retro amusement arcade, which has more than a hundred pinball machines and other games, some of them are a real rarity. It is an interactive permanent exhibition featuring the predecessors of pinball machines from the end of the 19th century plus the most state-of-the-art pinball tables from the 21st century.
There are about 130 machines at the museum, and you could easily spend hours trying them all out. The admission fee is 3000 Ft, less than 10 euros, and for that price, you can play as much as you like. You can try all the exhibited pinball tables and other games. All the machines are set to free play, they do not accept coins or tokens.
There is going to be another unique pinball machine there shortly, inspired by the city of Budapest. Sinboy is designing this pinball machine that will have some iconic landmarks from Budapest on it. There is going to be only one pinball machine like this, giving the museum another boost. The design includes the stone lion statues of the Chain Bridge, the Fisherman’s Bastion and the Parliament.
The pinball machine inspired by Budapest is not completely finished yet and we do not know all the details, but one thing is sure: there are some surprises waiting for us at the museum. According to the museum’s Facebook page, this is how it will look like:
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