For anybody who is interested either in the history of gaming or in the pinball machines themselves, this place is a must. Access is rather easy, just a few streets up from one of the central streets. The area is very safe.
Entrance is quick once the 3,000 HUF/person fee (late 2018) is paid; the price of admission is more than fair. The staff speaks English just fine, which helps a lot. There is also a cafeteria space inside with a wide selection of drinks and some edibles to help the visit along.
As for the machines themselves, the diversity is enormous, spanning different eras and styles. Most of them are very well-maintained, and you get a good feeling of what they played like when they were new. Definitely many notches above what you would get in most other places.
The space is very generous, and even though everybody is playing side-by-side, you don't really need to go shoving people around and tapping on shoulders all the time, which makes the whole experience very relaxed.
You will be able to play all of the classic machines here and on the other hand find new machines to like. I had never had contact with Banzai Run back in my country, and now have come to enjoy it a lot, for example.
Do yourself a favor and pay a visit!More