Vintage Penny Machine Locations
Woodbank Garden Centre
The Old Penny Arcade at Woodbank Nurseries & Garden Centre, Harden Road, Harden, Bingley BD16 1BE contains a great selection of classic vintage games and working models in an attractively decorated 'seaside' interior.
Wookey Hole Caves
A large collection of old machines in the "Edwardian Penny Arcade" at Wookey Hole Caves. Visitors can play them with pre-decimalisation pennies available at the kiosk.
Wroxham Miniature Worlds
Approximately 30 to 35 old amusement machines in a new vintage arcade is to be added to the largest UK indoor modelling attraction in early 2018. Wroxham Miniature Worlds, Station Business Park, Horning Road West, Hoveton, Norfolk, NR12 8QJ.
The vintage penny arcade on the 3rd floor has a large collection of vintage penny slot machines. Old pennies available from the change machines. Canal Mill, Botany Brow, Chorley (Junction 8 M61), Lancs. PR6 9AF
Brewers Quay Emporium
Amid the labyrinth of paved courtyards and cobbled streets of this redeveloped Victorian brewery nestles a unique Shopping Village packed with specialist shops and attractions. There are also a few antique machines, including a Merchantman crane, working model etc. near the Courtyard Restaurant. Hope Square, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8TR
Mechanical Memories Museum
A great variety of vintage machines at Mechanical Memories Museum operated by Jerry Chattenton. 250c King Road Arches, Albion Beach, Brighton BN2 1TD.
National Football Museum
Twenty vintage machines, many football related, including a Full Team Headball, all working on old pennies from a change machine. Free admission (£3 gift expected). National Football Museum, Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens, Manchester, M4 3BG. Tel. 0161 605 8200
About a dozen machines including an Ice Hockey, Time Limit allwin, Carousel allwin, 3-4 bandits (German), 1930s small fortune teller (nice rare thing), pusher, Challenger, etc. It also has an American Diner with a very nice set of 1930s fortune teller scales and jukebox. It's open every day, upstairs at The Shake Shop, 12 Market Square, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX28 6BB
Catch the steam train to Swanage and play the original Edwardian gaming machines (What the Butler saw etc.) playable by purchasing old ‘pre-decimal’ pennies from the Pier shop. There's also a display of Donald McGill’s ‘naughty’ seaside postcards of the mid 1900s. The Pier is normally open during the summer months (April - October) from 8am (7am Bank Hols). Closed approx. 1 hour before dusk. Pier Approach, Swanage BH19 2AQ