This is a place for gamers. Our college age boys were enthralled and challenged. Mostly Pinball machines, with 4 original 8 bit games (PAC-man, Ms. Pac-man, Galaga & Missile Command) upstairs. Admission gives you unlimited play. Density of people varied throughout the day. We were lucky that all 4 of us never were without a game to play. Machines with brief description of what innovations were unique to that game. More fun house than a true Museum; nothing devoted to how a Pinball machine works or the true origins if the machines. Very limited snack and drinks with only 2 small tables upstairs for break. Stayed 3 hours and would have stayed longer if hunger did not set in. Not a place to go if you are NOT a gamer.