One of my favorite quirky attractions of all time — the National Pinball Museum — has announced that it will be closing its doors on March 3, 2013. This gem of a museum near the Inner Harbor in Baltimore traces the history of pinball over the last 100 years. There are three floors packed with exhibits, and best of all, dozens of pinball machines set to free play.
There are just two weekends left to get in on the fun.
Hours are Friday from 12 -8 pm, Saturday 10 am – 8 pm, and Sunday from 12 -6pm.
Located at 608 Water St. in Baltimore, MD — in the old Chocolate Factory, next to Power Plant Live. (443) 438-1241.
A great opportunity to visit Baltimore and eat at Bertha’s Mussels.
There is no use in your walking five miles to fish when you can depend on being just as unsuccessful near home.
– Mark Twain