Visit Us at Fishermans Wharf

Welcome to the Musée Mécanique, one of the world's largest (over 200) privately owned collection of coin-operated mechanical musical instruments and antique arcade machines in their original working condition. (You can play them!)

Located on Pier 45 at the foot of Taylor Street in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf.

Free Admission Every Day!

The Ringmaster - Detail from the Carnival We will take you on a journey from turn of the century hand cranked music boxes to modern video arcade games. This is a trip down memory lane. It is a chance to show your children or grandchildren what you did for fun when you were their age. Before video games at home, perhaps before television, perhaps what you remember sitting in your grandparent's parlor

For those of you who grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, it is a chance to remember Playland at the Beach, Sutro Baths and the Cliff House. There is our own "Laffing Sal", "Susie the Can-Can Dancer" and the fascinating "Carnival." Other things have been brought in from around the world for your amusement.

Going to France?
Visit our Friends at Museobar le (Their site is only in French, but they are so wonderful, we had to do something!)

LeMonster challenges T-Squared to a gripping battle of skill from Anna MacKinnon on Vimeo.

Musée Images

Career Pilot

Seeburg Style C

Toothpick Ferris Wheel

The Musée on the Web

Julian Guthrie - San Francisco Chronicle

Jan Sturmann made a fantastic video on Vimeo.

Chris Kohler of Wired Game|Life came to see us. with Doug McConnell

David of BoingBoing visited the Musee

Violet Blue and Geek Entertainment TV

Our Favorite YouTube Videos

link to Musee Mecanique's Facebook Page

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