Budapest's Pinball Museum features Europe's only permanent interactive exhibition of these arcade favourites. It showcases so many machines – that guests can also try out – that anyone who likes this game can feel like being in pinball paradise. Altogether 130 machines flicker and jingle at the same time here, and some of them are decorated with naked girls, Godzilla or with The Simpsons. Besides modern examples, the museum also features a wooden pinball from 1880, as well as the first Hungarian machine. There is so much to see here that it is quite likely you’ll spend half of your day here.