Welcome to Pinball Map!
Founded in 2008, Pinball Map is an open source, crowdsourced worldwide map of public pinball machines.
Check out the award-winning mobile app
Dec 2022: We have new pink and black stickers! And also brushed gold with black ink ones. Purchase them through the Pinball Map store!
Pinball Map was voted Best Pinball App in the 2021 TWIPy Awards! Thank you for voting for us!
Check the blog to keep up with map news. Support Pinball Map via Patreon.
Looking for a fun and friendly way to chat with us, as well as with other pinball lovers? Join The Pinball People Discord!
Did you know Pinball Map has an open API? Stern Pinball uses our data for their machine locator. Our API is also used by Matchplay Events and Pindigo and Scorbit and many others! If you use the data, please provide attribution!
Pinball Map is listing 8,629 locations and 34,723 machines.
This is a user-powered map. You can help keep it up to date by adding and removing machines, submitting new locations, and telling your friends to use it!
The data is managed by over 100 administrators and thousands of active users.
We have a free mobile app for iOS and Android.
Pinball Map is not monetized - no ads or premium membership. The code is open source. Follow us on Twitter for a massive amount of map updates. @pinballmapcom
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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.