Welcome to the Musée Mécanique, one of the world's largest (over 200) privately owned collection of coin-operated mechanical musical instruments and antique arcade machines in their original working condition. (You can play them!)
Se vc curte fliperamas + história vai amar este lugar. Muitas maquinas antigas que foram a base dos videogames que temos hoje. Um dos lugares mais legais de San Fran
Insane collection. Very educational
This place was so cool with all the antique machines. The great grandfathers of modern video games and console amusement.
So much fun!
This place is so much fun I really enjoy the shooting games and some of the baseball games.
Un lugar un poco raro con máquinas de los años 50's y 60's algunas hasta parecen película de terror típico de la cultura Estado Unidense no dejen de ir es gratis lo que cobran es por jugarlos
Bring some coins! You get to play the items on display at this "museum".
Amazing antique clockwork puppet shows, fortune tellers, and new favorites. Best $10 I've ever spent.
It's all about Pro Striker in the back.
Súper curioso muy muy entretenido y a la vez conoces un poquito de la historia de los juegos ... Y gratis
Many antique selections
Worth a look-in, a bunch of arcade games from the 1920's. The fortune telling machines spit out some cool vintage-esque cards.
Make sure to bring a lot of quarters!
Really cool walk through the arcades of the past. If you like games check it out. Also has some newer arcade games.
Delightful! Bring a few dollars in change and test out some of these old timey arcade games. When you get tired, check out the old timey massage chairs!
Some of the old arcades are really creepy. Mechanical boxing robots is a total fave.
A typewriter that types out your horoscope
Make sure to check out End of the Trail.
Free entrance. A way to have fun, don't forget to bring some quarters !
Dance along with the music from orchestra and piano box
A lot of mechanical pianos and other musical machines. Great experience of old games and fun predictions from "famous" fortune-tellers
Bring quarters or bills!
Cool place with awesome oldschool stuff!
The star wars game in the back is awesome!
Bring a lot of quarter coins to play in all the machines, they also have a automatic piano and a foot massager.
Spend all your quarters in this nice place full of old game machines!
A w e s o m e! I loved playing video games as a kid. I love being able to play games dating back to the early 1900's as well. Plus there's laughing Sal. You can't go wrong here!
They've got a machine that will turn your bills into quarters you can use on the games.
Free entry, bring quarters for the games. Lots of cool vintage arcade games as well as some newer ones
Super cool hidden gem if you like old stuff
BRING QUARTERS. Get your fortune told, too.
Definitely get a fortune. It's a wonderful keepsake and tons of fun!
Una sorpresa al final del paseo de la bahia de SF.
Bring quarters and check out the macabre games
Must visit while in sf. Free to walk in..cheap to play... you can see in 10 minutes or stay to play.
¿Entramos a ese galpón? ¡Sí! Es un arcade vintage divino.
A FUN place for ALL ages!
Try and beat my score of 51040 on Mrs Pacman :)
Street Fighter, Mrs Pacman (table version), Cruisn USA, pinball... This place rocks for an 80s kid!
A gem of the wharf. Bring quarters or dollar bills and just have fun. Arm wrestle a mechanical luchador (the same from Princess Diaries) and try to set a high score (AAA).
Don't miss the English Execution.
You and your kids can have a lot of fun here on 10 - 15 bucks.
The best fortune telling machine is the one in the back with the zodiac signs and the typewriter. Find the guy in the machine room and have him explain how some of the machines work. Super old school.
Great old automatons and mechanical-game amusement. Needs a bit of a facelift, but great carnival-style history and hands-on fun.
Feel like you've gone back in time at this interactive museum. http://sf.travelivery.com