One of the best spots for locals and arcade heads is the Pinball Hall of Fame. The space is a low key no frills pinball museum; no bright lights, no smoke and mirrors. Entry is free and they are open seven days a week. This is the perfect spot for arcade lovers. And a plus side, the change you put down is regularly donated to local charities.
The Pinball Hall of Fame hosts hundreds of pinball machines on 10,000 square feet of space, the oldest dating from 1933. Many of these games will challenge your motor skills in unexpected ways so try not to get distracted by the amazing woodwork and design. This is an amazing time capsule, I love revisiting my favorites from the 90s like Fun House.
This is the brainchild of Tim Arnold, if you meet him or the staff, you'll learn great history on the games. Soda/snack vending machines onsite.