Wednesday, 9 November 2016

San Francisco's Gaming Gem - Part 3

Okay, just a quickie (giggity) for this somewhat belated third and final part of my look at the wonderful Musée Mécanique in San Francisco. I've already written about the museum generally and also taken a closer look at some of the games I played, so to wrap things up, here is a selection of some of the photos I took while there. It certainly doesn't show everything they have, and it looks like they've already made some additions since my visit, but it still gives you a good idea of the wonders housed within. If you get the chance, you really need to check this place out...



  1. Without a doubt a heavenly emporium, although it's a shame no food & drink is allowed :( Does this place feature an attached cafe? Good fortune, show your face for once cause we wanna go there! The most appealing game (from those pictured above) to me is actually Indiana Jones pinball: the crazy nature of pinball & adventure are a perfect combination! :D

  2. Yeah, it's a fantastic place. The museum itself doesn't have a cafe but it's located at Fisherman's Wharf so there are about a billion restaurants, cafes, bars, etc two minutes away. We ate at an Applebees nearby where there was cool 49ers stuff on the walls :)