362 3rd Avenue
(between 26th and 27th Street)
New York NY 10016
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Short ProfileParty & event venue, interactive showroom, museum
ProfileParty & Event Venue
Hours of operation:
Open every day from 11am to Midnight
Groups of 10 or more must schedule in advance (schedule on their website)
YOUR WRISTBAND PASS INCLUDES
* FREE PLAY on all games! (no quarters, tokens or recharge cards to buy)
* In and out privileges so you don't lose any time if you step out
* Museum placards atop most games to learn about the machines
* Pinball documentary visuals on large screen displays
* Fun for all ages and family-friendly with step stools available for smaller folk
* Real pinball wizards available to show you the ropes! Just ask!
* Free WiFi! Relax at our cafe tables and on comfy benches
One of the Best Things to Do in NYC - Play Pinball! Celebrate & Have Fun at this New York City Showroom, Award-Winning Party Place & Interactive Museum
Featured in The Wall Street Journal and on NBC's TODAY, FOX News, CNN and named one of the Best of New York by New York Magazine, Modern Pinball NYC has become an overnight sensation and cultural phenomenon Ranked #1 at Yelp! for Best Arts & Entertainment in New York City AND Best Birthday Party Venue in New York City!
Visitors will experience the fun and excitement of a huge collection of pinball machines from the 70s to the present while pinball documentaries stream across large screen displays. For students, science classes can be scheduled for Pinball EduFun at The Museum of Modern Pinball.
The Museum of Modern Pinball
Approved by the Board of Regents and granted a charter by The State Education Department / University of the State of New York, The Museum of Modern Pinball offers a real-world approach to understanding Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The Museum's Pinball EduFun program presents an exciting opportunity to get hands-on with actual electronic and mechanical pinball parts, participate in formal sit-down classes with qualified staff and observe the inner workings of real, live pinball machines.
Featured in The Wall Street Journal ("Playing Pinball, Creating Whiz Kids") and Columbia University NLT's "Seen In NY", the Museum's Pinball EduFun program has been utilized by schools, camps and special programs such as NYU, PS138X, Brooklyn Heights Montessori, Florida-based St. Lucie High School and SCO Family of Services.