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Issue Date: Vol. 51, No. 9, September 2011, Posted On: 9/11/2011


National Pinball Museum To Reopen In Baltimore


Marcus Webb
pinball, pinball machine, National Pinball Museum, Georgetown Park Mall, David Silverman, pinball collector, arcade game, coin-op game, coin-op news

BALTIMORE -- David Silverman, curator of the National Pinball Museum, said he has found a new location here for public display of part of his flipper game collection after being ejected from his earlier retail space in Washington, DC.

The precise location will be announced in a few weeks. Smaller satellite exhibits may open in Washington, the museum director added.

The museum closed its doors for good on Labor Day at The Shops at Georgetown, a trendy shopping center in an upscale neighborhood within the nation’s capital.

As previously reported by VT, the museum displays about 140 of Silverman’s collection of classic pinball games, which numbers more than 800 units. | SEE STORY


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