Here at Orange we love retro tech such as Polaroid film as well as the latest digital gear, so on my last trip to Las Vegas, I made a stop at the Pinball Hall of Fame. The building it’s housed in is quite modest and you can just walk in either door. There’s no entry fee so you can immediately start to peruse the selection of games which include video games as well as pinball machines from as far back as the 1930s. They have some rare machines such as Midway’s “The Pinball Circus” which was a prototype machine that there are only two of in the world. Classics like Medieval Madness are in great working form, and you’ll be hard-pressed not to have a good time for a relatively small amount of money. They also take donations online and even donate money back to local charities so there’s no reason not to support them! Make it a stop on your next trip to Las Vegas!