All good things must come to an end - let's take another look at a particular group.
In 2015, we took you on a photo tour of the Pinball Museum, home to one of the world's largest pinball collections. Games under one roof. Since then, the number of games has increased by hundreds. The last official count was "over 1,100". p>
Unfortunately, the museum is closed forever (and will be replaced by the cannabis cultivation operation). An attempt to move the museum to Palm Springs, California failed, and the entire collection will soon be auctioned off.
Top Technology at the Chuck Casey Museum has posted this update:
All deadlines for transfer, sponsorship, sale to a group, etc. have expired, so all toys will be auctioned off in the future months . An official announcement will be made. You can bid online and/or in person. Banning's first auction will take place at the Pinball Museum. Pins and videos are only sold through auctions. This set is "locked" for auction.
We will miss the amazing museum and game collection. The auctioneer will monitor the auction. Our main article about the museum's opening event is as follows: BANNING, CA - Hosted the Southern California Show the weekend of January 16, 2015. With over 750 stealth pinball games and entertainment, it was the largest show in Southern California history. Unlike most game shows, where toys are brought in by volunteers and enthusiasts to share with the general public, the series is primarily owned by one person, John Wicks, who has spent the past 40 years collecting toys and himself. Weeks also owns a 40,000-square-foot facility where the games are held permanently and hopes to host events there at least twice a year. The second case is currently scheduled for some time in October.
Despite some minor issues for the first time, the show went viral with 3,300 people watching a wide selection of games. Live music, different game modes in tournaments, many seminars and trying to break Guinness World Records for "playing more pinball games at once". But most people only come for games and we tried to document it for you above.
Special thanks to Pinside members for donating their photos to help build this gallery.
List by Steve Tsubota p>
Take a look at the huge collection of pinball museum games