Pinball Map Ball Logo Welcome to Pinball Map!

Founded in 2008, Pinball Map is an open source, crowdsourced worldwide map of public pinball machines.

Explore the Map

10,492 locations and 43,404 machines

The map was last updated 7 minutes ago
Use the App
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On the go? Use the award-winning Pinball Map mobile app to find places to play near you.

Available for Android and iOS, the app is free and contains no ads, tracking, or tricks. Just pinball!


Pinball Map is a user-powered map. To help maintain it, create an account and add and remove machines and submit new locations. You can also add machine comments, edit location info, and add high scores.

The data is managed by over 100 administrators and thousands of active users.

Pinball Map is not monetized and the code is open source.

You can contact us, and you also might find wisdom in the FAQ.

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Pinball Map Store

We have beanies! They're waffle-knit with the classic Pinball Map ball logo embroidered in pink. No text.

We also have stickers!

Purchase them through the Pinball Map store.

Support Us

Support Pinball Map via Patreon. All our operating costs are covered by supporters!

You can also support the map by telling your friends about it (there's a handy flier) and updating it.

Become a Patron
Keep Up
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Check the blog to keep up with map news.

Our current meager social media presence is on Mastodon. And we have a bot that periodically posts random locations.

The podcast is back! Mappin' Around with Scott & Ryan. After four cold and dreary years, we are again making new episodes.

We can regularly be found in the Pinball People Discord. It's a fun and friendly way to chat with other pinball fans!


Not only is the Pinball Map website and app open source, but there is also an API. With it, you can pull down map data and use it on your cool app.

Stern Pinball uses our data for their machine locator. Our API is also used by Matchplay Events and Pindigo and Scorbit and Kineticist and many others!

If you use the data, provide attribution!


We have tools to help out operators. You can register your business in our system, tag all your locations, and receive email notifications when people leave comments on your machines. Check this section of the FAQ for operator-specific tips.

If you want to quickly look up all your locations, try this special map!

Operators Map

To be added to our system, and to receive email notifications (please specify that you want this), contact us.


The Pinball Map website, API, and app make extensive use of many free and/or open source services (as well as paid services). The website uses Ruby on Rails along with open source gems. The app uses React Native and likewise is aided by many open source packages.

Dokku. We use Dokku to build and deploy Pinball Map! It is a free service, though we support it with a monthly donation.

DigitalOcean hosts our server and Postgresql database. This is fully paid for via our Patreon supporters.

Mapbox is used for map tiles.

Expo manages, among many things, the app development and build processes.

Scout APM tracks performance monitoring for the website and API.

Sentry is used for crash reporting on the app!

The geocoding requests are processed by Google Maps and HERE Maps and Nominatim. We also use the Google Places API for location submissions.

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Regional Maps

If the big map isn’t cutting it for you, you can search for machines in one select area. Please pick a "regional" map below. Regions are predefined geographical areas - they can be a city, county, state, or even a country - that an administrator and the local users created (a long time ago!). Each regional map is curated by a local administrator, often with the support of a league.

British Columbia
Great Britain
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Washington, DC
West Virginia