The Pinball Museum features Europe's only permanent interactive exhibition of these arcade favourites. Altogether, more than 150 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 replica of the first wooden pinball from the 1880s, as well as the first Hungarian machine. Many later models can be played as part of the pinball experience.