The Pinball Museum of Corbin, downtown Corbin’s newest attraction, is under construction with the goal of opening its doors to the public on Aug. 1.
Jim Bruso, the owner of Sweeties Ice Cream and Game King, is bringing the museum to North Main Street, up the street from The Depot on Main and The Caboose Sports Tavern.
Bruso said the venue will feature more than 65 pinball machines from classic machines to newly released, limited edition machines.
“We will have two special pinball machines that are $1 each to play with the money going to a local charity,” Bruso said.
In addition, there will be a variety of classic arcade games including: Mortal Kombat, Joust, Defender, Ms. Pac Man, Frogger, Donkey Kong, and Gauntlet Legends.
However, visitors may leave the rolls of quarters at home.
Instead of inserting coins, visitors will pay an admission fee.
For $15, adults may enter and play as much as they would like.
Children ages 10 and under are $13 each.
For $20, individuals may purchase a day pass, which allows them to come and go as they please throughout the day.
A silver ball pass is $25, which also gives the patron a token for a free ice cream cone at Sweeties.
A gold ball pas is $30, which comes with a token for one free Outrageous shake from Sweeties.
More information is available online at the Corbin Pinball Museum Facebook page.