My two grown sons and I decided to spend some time here on my recent trip to visit them. It has been on my list of things to do in Seattle for many trips. My sons had introduced me to pinball on a previous trip to Seattle. We arrived after lunch on a Saturday. Although it was very busy, we did not have any problems finding an open machine to play. One of my sons left about 6:30p, but my other son and I decided to stay until it closed at 10p. I was gratified not to humiliate myself by coming in waaaaay last on all the games I played with one or both of my sons. I won a couple of games, and I came in second several times. From 8-10p there were almost no people in the museum, so my son and I could play any games as many times as we wanted to. I had a blast! There were games from the 1960s to today, and there was even a prototype game that is not yet in production. I would definitely return to this place again. We got our money's worth of entertainment.
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