Frequently Asked Questions Pinball Museum
How much does the admission cost?
Admission is $12 for an hour of gameplay, and our machines are set to free play, so you don’t need to pay for those games individually. This way you don’t have to worry about running out of credits, and you won’t need quarters or tokens – just hit “start” again and play! Admission is the same for children, adults, players, and non-players
Do you have any discounts?
We sure do! $2. off admission discount with ID – military, 1st responders, locals, AAA – only 1 discount per person.
Do you take credit/debit cards?
Absolutely! We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and most debit cards. We also accept Apple pay. Book your admission on our home page of this site with your specific date and time slot.
Where are you located?
We are located at 607 N 27th Ave, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577. Just 4 blocks from the Myrtle Beach Convention Center and 4 blocks from the ocean and beach, so you can easily reach all of Myrtle Beach from our location.
What are your hours?
Hours and days will change with the season! During the off-season, there are fewer days and hours open, as compared to the summer and prime time tourist season. Check out the home page, click the buy tickets button for available days and times for current hours and days open. Thanks for your support! See you soon
Is there parking nearby?
Yes! Parking is FREE on our lot (no validation needed) during regular hours.
During Special Events there may be a charge to park on our parking lot.
The Run To The Sun Car Show Event, there will be an additional charge to park on the parking lot (March 14, 15, 16 – 2024)
Do you take reservations?
During the busy season, we may get very crowded and only allow as many players as we have machines available. Once we reach our maximum occupancy ticket sales are capped please purchase your time on out home page.
Do you host parties here?
Absolutely! Myrtle Beach Pinball Museum is an excellent venue for birthdays, corporate events, and youth groups. Create memories that will last forever. For information or to book – Call 843-282-9018 Check out our Events Space in Myrtle Beach page for more information.
Why aren’t you open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week?
We would love to, but we aren’t machines. We all have other jobs, and this is a 100% volunteer gig with no salaries. We do this for the love of pinball and children’s charities.
Do you buy or sell pinball machines?
We do buy games sometimes – our interest depends on title, condition & price. If you have a game, you’d like to sell,, give us a call or email us some details.
Do you guys have [Fill in the blank with the name of your favorite pinball machine]?
If you don’t see your game on the floor, we may still have it in the “vault .” We try to rotate and introduce new games periodically so you might see the game in the future. We usually have 28+ games on display. Our current games list is available here, we announce new games on our Facebook Page or Instagram Page, so follow us for updates.
Do You Repair Pinball Machines?
Old pinball machines break! Just the way it is! We do most of our repairs on our machines at the museum. Most of the people that used to repair these antiques have passed on. But if you have a pinball machine in need of repair, sometimes we can get you in touch with a pinball repair tech.
Is it ok to take pictures or video in the museum?
If you are just taking non-commercial pictures/video, to share with friends, that is no problem. We simply ask that you do not impede other guests. If you would like to set up a commercial shoot, send us an email describing your request. We are happy to do press interviews so we may be able to accommodate your request once we learn a bit more about it.
Where did the idea for the museum come from?
The Myrtle Beach Pinball Museum grew out of Jerry and Sheila’s personal collection. It all started when Jerry bought a pinball machine for his real estate office. The game plan was to have something for kids to play while their parents talked about real estate with the Realtors. The idea went well, so he added another machine …then another…then another…you know what happened next… soon they started coming home…and the rest is history. Rather than have a collection of pinball machines just sits in someone’s private warehouse or garage, our goal is to support a permanent place, “a museum of fully playable machines,” where the public can not only see them but actually PLAY all their old favorites. We are on a mission to bring back this beloved art form. It’s not a paid gig…it’s 100% volunteer, no salaries. It’s about giving back to the community. This has been 7-year labor of love, and we are thrilled to finally share our passion for pinball and charity with you!
Myrtle Beach Pinball Museum – 607 N 27th Ave, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
See You Soon!