Musée Mécanique

Museum, Arcade
Pier 45, Shed A (at Taylor St)
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 346-2000
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 7:00pm
10:00am - 8:00pm
10:00am - 8:00pm


  • SF Weeklys Best Of 2011 Winner Editorial Pick BEST OLD SCHOOL ARCADEIf you get nightmares for a week from these low-priced games (most are a quarter), don't say we didn't warn you
  • Go to the Musee Mechanique and get your fortune told.
  • Check out the awesome antique mechanical games at Musee Mechanique. Also, killer vintage arcade games: Spy Hunter, Moon Patrol, Star Wars & Addams Family pinball rule.
  • Try the Opium Den!
  • Free entry, bring quarters for the games. Lots of cool vintage arcade games as well as some newer ones
  • Yup, the place from the Princess Diaries. And no, I'm not ashamed I know that.
  • Bring lots of quarters. (And if you drive, theres a parking lot directly opposite the museum.)
  • The chopper game, along the wall near the back, is so fun.
  • Play a game. Most only cost a quarter.
  • Screw MUNI. Spend your quarters here!
  • This place is so much fun I really enjoy the shooting games and some of the baseball games.
  • Bring a lot of quarters
  • Awesome old school quarter machines. Totally worth a look. You will definitely find a machine that is worth the coins for it.
  • Be sure to watch the Cowboy Silent Films!
  • it's definitely worth a look: free entry and lots and lots of "antique" mechanique games :)
  • Free to walk through, great old games you can actually play, plus instruments
  • Dude Princess Diaries was filmed here! You gotta go!
  • These games are older then you will ever be! Play gently!
  • More antique coin operated machines, toys, games and animatronics than youve ever seen, bring quarters.
  • Une collection impressionnante de pices d'arcade travers les ges ; admirez des machines du dbut du 20 ou faites une partie de Pong ; l'entre est gratuite et les machines payantes

Nearby places

160 Jefferson St. (at Taylor St.)
900 N Point St (btwn Polk & Larkin St)
Pier 45 (at The Embarcadero)