The Seattle Pinball Museum was born from a desire to share the games with other local collectors. Without help in the beginning from the local collector community, the Seattle Pinball Museum would not have succeeded. The Seattle Pinball Museum opened in late August 2010. The concept was to provide vintage pinball machines as an interactive display of kinetic art. The collection has grown to include games as early as 1934 to present day games produced by Jersey Jack Pinball, Dutch Pinball, Spooky Pinball, VP Cabs and Stern Pinball.