You can drop your dollar bills on the poker table, or you can take them to the Pinball Hall of Fame, where Las Vegas visitors of all ages can enjoy playing classic arcade games (namely pinball machines). Encompassing 10,000 square feet, the Pinball Hall of Fame is a collection of hundreds of pinball games ranging from the 1950s up to the current day.
Vintage games cost $.25 to play while newer ones cost $.50. This isn't a ticket spitting venue, however. There are no prizes for he who accumulates the most points. Instead, the whole point of this attraction is simply to appreciate the history, story and art of the pinball machine while enjoying time with multiple generations of the family.
In addition to playing the games, take time to read the placards displayed on several of the machines, which explain the historical background of each game.