The ‘Burg’s Pinball Arcade is back open for walk-ins and reservations

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Businesses in St. Petersburg are slowly reopening to the public. New daily procedures and safety precautions have been introduced while strictly adhering to state mandates for operations. The next business to open back up in the ‘Burg is the Pinball Arcade and Museum in the Grand Central District.

The arcade can only operate at 50% capacity, so they’re offering reservations in advance to use this space, though walk-ins are more than welcome. This will help keep the staff safe, control crowds, and allow gamers a more intimate arcade experience.

We are Ready!! Are you?? Opening Tomorrow at 11 AM!!

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Reserve your time at the Arcade 

Reservations will give customers a time slot of 3 hours. You can text your name, number of people, (no more than 10 in your party) and time to 727-504-7366. You will receive a confirmation as soon as information is received.

Save your quarters, this arcade, managed by Karen Holland, is coin-free. Instead, visitors pay a flat fee upon arrival for unlimited pay.

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Posted by The Pinball Arcade Museum on Monday, May 25, 2020

Fully sanitized gaming space 

This museum was a passion project for Kline. He’s worked in the coin-operated amusement industry for more than 40 years, according to the arcade’s Facebook page. The space, located at 2313 Central Avenue in the Grand Central District, is filled with machines from Kline’s personal collection.

Follow the Pinball Arcade on Facebook for updates.

Want to learn how the city is Restarting and Reopening the St. Pete Way? Click HERE for an outline of the city’s suggestions and safety guidelines.


Written by Andrew Harlan

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