The Collection

Our pinball machines are continuously added and removed from the museum. They sometimes break down, get pulled out of the museum for major maintenance or are rented out. After all, an American saying goes: “If it ain’t broken, it ain’t pinball”.

We have about 100 playable pinball machines set up and many more pinball machines which are worth taking a look at. So if the pinball machine you’re visiting the museum for is not available on the day of your visit, there are enough other machines left to still have a memorable day!

Pre-war pinball machines

We’ve got many different pinballs from the era before the second world war. Both with and without names. It is great to see how pinball (pin + ball) developed to the pinball machines we know nowadays.

Electromechanical pinball machines (1930 – 1977)

  1. Fleet Jr. (Bally, 1934, IPDB 880)
  2. Majors (Chicago Coin, 1939, IPDB 1530)
  3. Humpty Dumpty (Gottlieb, 1947, IPDB 1254)
  4. Maisie (Gottlieb, 1947, IPDB 1520)
  5. 10th Inning (United, 1948, IPDB 3788) – Very rare
  6. Alice in Wonderland (Gottlieb, 1948, IPDB 47)
  7. Cinderella (Gottlieb, 1948, IPDB 512)
  8. All American Quarterback (Williams, 1949, IPDB 1886) – Bat Game
  9. Hot-Rods (Bally, 1949, IPDB 1246)
  10. Jalopy (Williams, 1951, IPDB 1284)
  11. Snooks (Williams, 1951, IPDB 2226)
  12. Golden Nugget (Genco, 1953, IPDB 1054)
  13. Silver Chest (Genco, 1953 IPDB 2145)
  14. Struggle Buggies (Williams, 1953, IPDB 2407)
  15. Big Ben (Williams, 1954, IPDB 231)
  16. Hi-Fly (Genco, 1956, IPDB 3144) – Bat Game – Rare
  17. 3 Coins (Williams, 1962, IPDB 2535)
  18. Target Gallery (Midway, 1962, IPDB 5087) – Bat Game
  19. Gigi (Gottlieb, 1963, IPDB 1003)
  20. Square Head (Gottlieb, 1963, IPDB 2330)
  21. Sweet Hearts (Gottlieb, 1963, IPDB 2474)
  22. Bowling Queen (Gottlieb, 1964, IPDB 367)
  23. Stop N’ Go (Williams, 1964, IPDB 2386)
  24. Pretty Baby (Williams, 1965, IPDB 1863)
  25. Four Million B.C. (Bally, 1970, IPDB 935)
  26. Challenger (Gottlieb, 1971) – only 110 made
  27. Fireball (Bally, 1972, IPDB 852)
  28. Spooksville (Allied Leisure, 1973, IPDB 2298)
  29. Wizard! (Bally, 1974, IPDB 2803)
  30. Red Show (Zaccaria, 1975, IPDB 3720)
  31. Capt. Fantastic and The Brown Dirt Cowboy (Bally, 1976, IPDB 438)

Solid State pinball machines (1977 – 1990)

  1. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Gottlieb, 1978, IPDB 536)
  2. Disco Fever (Williams, 1978, IPDB 686) – Banana flippers
  3. Middle Earth (Atari, 1978, IPDB 1590)
  4. Dolly Parton (Bally, 1979, IPDB 698)
  5. Gorgar (Williams, 1979, IPDB 1062) – First talking pinball
  6. Harlem Globetrotters On Tour (Bally, 1979, IPDB 1125)
  7. Kiss (Bally, 1979, IPDB 1386)
  8. Star Trip (Game Plan, 1979, IPDB 3605) – Cocktail Table
  9. Black Knight (Williams, 1980, IPDB 310)
  10. Counterforce (Gottlieb, 1980, IPDB 575)
  11. Firepower (Williams, 1980, IPDB 856)
  12. Panthera (Gottlieb, 1980, IPDB 1745)
  13. Rolling Stones (Bally, 1980, IPDB 2010)
  14. Space Invaders (Bally, 1980, IPDB 2252)
  15. Black Hole (Gottlieb, 1981, IPDB 307) – USA version
  16. Hyperball (Williams, 1981, IPDB 3169)
  17. Lightning (Stern, 1981, IPDB 1441)
  18. Baby Pacman (Bally, 1982, IPDB 125) – Arcade / Pinball Hybrid
  19. Caveman (Gottlieb, 1982, IPDB 475)
  20. Haunted House (Gottlieb, 1982, IPDB 1133) – Donated by W. Hermann
  21. Orbitor 1 (Stern, 1982, IPDB 1725) – Rare
  22. Rocky (Gottlieb, 1982, IPDB 1993) – Borrowed from NFV
  23. BMX (Bally, 1983, IPDB 335)
  24. Q*Bert’s Quest (Gottlieb, 1983, IPDB 1885)
  25. Space Shuttle (Williams, 1984, IPDB 2260)
  26. Big Guns (Williams, 1987, IPDB 250)
  27. F14-Tomcat (Williams, 1987, IPDB 804)
  28. Atlantis (Bally Midway, 1988, IPDB 106)
  29. Banzai Run (Williams, 1988, IPDB 175)
  30. Black Knight 2000 (Williams, 1989, IPDB 311)
  31. Earthshaker (Williams, 1989, IPDB 753)
  32. Elvira and the Party Monsters (Bally, 1989, IPDB 782)
  33. Motor Show (Mr. Game, 1989, IPDB 3631)
  34. Bell Ringer (Gottlieb, 1990, IPDB 3602) – Redemption Game
  35. Dr. Dude And His Excellent Ray (Bally Midway, 1990, IPDB 737)
  36. Funhouse (Williams, 1990, IPDB 966)
  37. Radical! (Bally Midway, 1990, IPDB 1904)
  38. Riverboar Gambler (Williams, 1990, IPDB 1966)
  39. Wirlwind (Williams, 1990, IPDB 2765)
  40. A.G. Soccer-Ball (Alvin G., 1991, IPDB 120) – Rare
  41. The Machine: Bride of Pin·bot (Williams, 1991, IPDB 1502)
  42. Dinosaur Eggs (Alvin G., 1993, IPDB 3062) – Redemption Game
  43. Punchy the Clown (Alvin G., 1993, IPDB 3508) – Rare

Dot-Matrix pinball machines (1991 – today)

  1. Slugfest (Williams, 1991, IPDB 3281) – Bat Game
  2. Party Zone (Bally, 1991)
  3. Terminator 2: Judgement Day (Williams, 1991, IPDB 2524)
  4. Al’s Garage Band Goes On a World Tour (Alvin G., 1992, IPDB 3513)
  5. Bike Race (SLEIC, 1992, IPDB 4120)
  6. Creature from the Black Lagoon (Bally, 1992, IPDB 588)
  7. Fish Tales (Williams, 1992, IPDB 861)
  8. The Addams Family (Bally, 1992, IPDB 20)
  9. Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Williams, 1993, IPDB 3072)
  10. Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure (Williams, 1993, IPDB 1267)
  11. Pistol Poker (Alvin G., 1993, IPDB 1805) – Rare
  12. Twilight Zone (Bally, 1993, IPDB 2684)
  13. White Water (Williams, 1993, IPDB 2768)
  14. Demolition Man (Williams, 1994, IPDB 662) on Steroids (Pinnovating)
  15. Guns N’ Roses (Data East, 1994, IPDB 1100)
  16. Red & Ted’s Road Show (Williams, 1994, IPDB 1972)
  17. The Flintstones (ICE, 1994, IPDB 5136)
  18. The Shadow (Bally, 1994, IPDB 2528)
  19. The Who’s Tommy Pinball Wizard (Data East, 1994, IPDB 2579)
  20. Congo (Williams, 1995, IPDB 3780)
  21. Indianapolis 500 (Bally, 1995, IPDB 2853)
  22. Jack·Bot (Williams, 1995, IPDB 3619)
  23. Johnny Mnemonic (Williams, 1995, IPDB 3683)
  24. No Fear: Dangerous Sports (Williams, 1995, IPDB 2852)
  25. Theatre of Magic (Bally, 1995, IPDB 2845)
  26. Flipper Football (Capcom, 1996, IPDB 3945)
  27. Junk Yard (Williams, 1996, IPDB 4014)
  28. Safe Cracker (Bally, 1996, IPDB 3782)
  29. Scared Stiff (Bally, 1996, IPDB 3915)
  30. Tales of the Arabian Nights (Williams, 1996, IPDB 3824)
  31. Ticket Tac Toe (Williams, 1996, IPDB 4334) – Redemption Game – Rare
  32. Cirqus Voltaire (Bally, 1997, IPDB 4059)
  33. NBA Fastbreak (Bally, 1997, IPDB 4023)
  34. No Good Gofers (Williams, 1997, IPDB 4338) – Prototype
  35. Cactus Canyon (Bally, 1998, IPDB 4445)
  36. Godzilla (Sega, 1998, IPDB 4443)
  37. Monster Bash (Williams, 1998, IPDB 4441)
  38. The Champion Pub (Bally, 1998, IPDB 4358)
  39. South Park (Sega, 1999, IPDB 4444)
  40. Star Wars Episode I (Williams, 1999, IPDB 4458)
  41. The Lord of the Rings (Stern, 2003, IPDB 4858)
  42. Elvis (Stern, 2004, IPDB 4983)
  43. Pirates of the Caribbean (Stern, 2006, IPDB 5163)
  44. AC/DC Pro (Stern, 2012, IPDB 5767)
  45. The Matrix (Pinnovating, 2012) – One of a kind
  46. Game of Thrones Limited Edition (Stern, 2015, IPDB 6309)
  47. Wrestlemania Pro (Stern, 2015, IPDB 6215)
  48. GhostBusters Pro (Stern, 2016, IPDB 6332)
  49. Guardians of the Galaxy Limited Edition (Stern, 2017, IPDB 6476)
  50. Deadpool Limited Edition (Stern, 2018, IPDB 6560)
  51. Jurassic Parc (Stern, 2019,
  52. The Munsters Limited Edition (Stern, 2019, IPDB 6566)
  53. Total Nuclear Annihilation (Spooky Pinball, 2019, IPDB 6444)
  54. The Mandalorian Pro (Stern, 2021, IPDB 6828)
  55. Godzilla pro (Stern, 2021)
  56. Stranger Things Pro (Stern, 2020)
  57. Rush Pro (Stern, 2022)

Guns ‘N Roses Collectors Edition (Jersey Jack Pinball)

The Guns ‘N Roses Collectors Edition pinball machine in our museum is exhibited by Wetsteijn B.V. and is playable for a 2 euro donation to Stichting Dutch Pinball Museum.

Magic Girl (Zidware)

We currently have the really exclusive Magic Girl pinball machine in our museum. This pinball machine is exhibited by Eric Bartels and is playable for a 10 euro donation to Stichting Dutch Pinball Museum.

The Big Lebowski (Dutch Pinball)

With the help of Ministry of Pinball we managed to buy our own The Big Lebowski pinball machine, made in The Netherlands. This pinball machine is manufactured by Dutch Pinball, what’s in a name. Please be gentle with it.

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