Opening their new pinball exhibit this month, Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomed Alice Cooper and Neil Smith to their newest attraction; Rock and Pinball. The exhibit explores the link between rock and pinball games, showcasing playable rock-themed machines.
Cooper, who is an avid pinball player and collector himself, got to see his own themed machine; Alice Cooper's Nightmare Castle playable to the public. The machine was released earlier this year by Spooky Pinball. Other rock related games available to the public include KISS, Guns N Roses, Dolly Parton, Elvis, Rolling Stones, the WHO, Elton John and more.
Every machine in the exhibit is available for the public to play with Rock Hall tokens. Four tokens are currently included with any one entry ticket to the museum, with additional tickets available for purchase for 25c (USD) a ticket. The exhibit will remain within the main foyer of the museum through to Spring 2019.
For more information on the exhibit, click here. Alternatively, you can visit Rock and Pinball at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.