Pinball Museum of Corbin Now Open in Kentucky


Downtown Corbin, Kentucky is now home to The Pinball Museum of Corbin, which opened Aug. 1 at 1 p.m. with a grand opening ceremony.

According to the Times-Tribune, Jim Bruso, the owner of Sweeties Ice Cream and Game King, opened the museum, which has a $15 admission charge for adults – no quarters necessary, since the games are set to free play.

The museum features a range of old pinball machines and even a few new ones. All day, come and go passes are available for $20. Learn more on their Facebook page.


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