We get asked this now and then. Besides the fact that we're teaching the history of pinball (since we're displaying games from the 1930s to present), being a museum implies perhaps something more. Frankly we believe having the machines set up with information on each (year, production numbers, designer) helps a lot. Heck a lot of museums only do that much. But we'll be taking it one step further, and have educational classes about pinball too. For example at our prior location ("the warehouse") we sometimes have classes on pinball repair. We will continue that education at this new location too.
In addition, at our old warehouse location, we had very fast internet service. This allowed us to do on-the-fly mini pinball repair seminars. We hope to be able to continue that at the museum too. (It depends on the availability and cost of internet.)