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Rock & Pinball exhibit opens at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame: photos, video

See pinball machines paying tribute to rock icons.

CLEVELAND -- Heads up, pinball wizards! A new exhibit is on display at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

Play your way through 50 years of rock history at the Rock Hall's new interactive exhibit, called Part of the Machine: Rock & Pinball.

The exhibit features rock-themed, working and playable pinball machines to exemplify rock and roll's connection to pinball, from machines paying tribute to AC/DC, Ted Nugent, Dolly Parton, Elvis and more.

See the iconic Wizard and Tommy pinball machines, made famous by The Who, as well as the acoustic guitar used by lead singer Pete Townshend when composing Pinball Wizard.

Visitors can also check out Alice Cooper’s newest pinball machine, Alice Cooper’s Nightmare Castle. The horror-themed adventure game is narrated by Cooper and features several songs spanning Cooper’s career.

Pinball play is free during the exhibit's opening weekend, which runs July 11-15. After that, the machines will require tokens for play. Learn more here.

PHOTOS | 'Part of the Machine: Rock & Pinball' exhibit at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

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