Get your game on at this extensive collection of pinball machines through the ages. A $15 admission fee lets you play all the machines as long as you want. Great for adults, families, or anyone in between. 

The collection includes some of the earliest pinball machines. A few are too fragile to play, but the rest of the entire collection is set on free play.  There's a large collection of old wood rail machines and their siblings in the first room. Mid-20th-century electro-mechanical (EM) machines fill two rooms. There's a large room of modern machines. There's also a room of non-pinball arcade games and toys, with hunting games, a ball poker game, a tabletop bowling game, and other novelties (like a creepy dancing clown puppet). This place is deceptively large behind the main-street storefront!

Lots to do and see (and hear) here! They also have rooms available for parties. Worth a trip from anywhere in the Bay Area.