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Bowling Outing for Two or Six at Playdrome Bowling & Entertainment Center in Cherry Hill (Up to 63% Off)

Playdrome Family Entertainment - Cherry Hill

Ellisburg

Modern bowling alley stimulates every sense, from its music to its 36 lanes equipped with laser lights & glowing pins

$26.46 $12

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Daytime Bowling for Four or Nighttime Bowling for Four or Eight with Shoe Rental at First State Lanes (Up to 74% Off)

First State Lanes

First State Lanes

Two fun-filled hours of bowling for teams of up to four or eight with shoe rental and a pitcher of soda

$55.90 $15

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Two Hours of Bowling for Four or Six with Shoe Rentals and Pitcher of Soda at Bowl-O-Rama (Up to 61% Off)

Bowl-O-Rama

Exeter

Bowling shoes and soda keep bowlers clad and hydrated as they bowl two games each

$44.75 $20

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Bowling Package for Two, Four, or Six at Colonial Bowling & Entertainment (Up to 66% Off)

Colonial Bowling and Entertainment

Lawrence

Family entertainment center with bowling and laser tag features 250 sq. ft. TV screens, comfortable couches, and a full bar and grill

$73.96 $25

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Two Hours of Bowling for 4 or 8 with Shoes at Pinsetter Bar & Bowl (Up to 57% Off)

Pinsetter Bar & Bowl

Merchantville

Bowlers hurl globes down one of 34 lanes in a facility where music videos play on high-definition monitors

$69 $30

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Bowling Packages for Two or Six with Shoe Rentals and Drinks at Knob Hill Country Lanes (Up to 57% Off)

Knob Hill Country Lanes

Manalapan

Bowlers slip on their rental shoes and then down pitchers of soda between pin-seeking rolls

$43.49 $19

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While the scoring may be faster and the tunes louder, Wynnewood Lanes still maintains the laidback atmosphere it had on its opening day in 1962. At the 24-lane alley guests mow down pins and snack on pizza at The Beer Frame Lounge. As weekend evenings fade into night, live DJs start blasting tunes through the sound system, inspiring guests to dance under the alley’s glowing neon lights. Simultaneously, a fog machine fills the room with a haziness that confuses bowlers into thinking karaoke singers are really the ghosts of long-gone rock 'n' rollers.

2228 Haverford Rd
Ardmore,
PA
US

On Friday and Saturday evenings, as party songs thump in the background, lasers beam over a row of 24 lanes—each home to a rack of glowing pins—and reflect off their thin layer of oil into the fog. Of course, Playdrome Devon Lanes hosts regular open-bowling hours throughout the rest of the week, when it echoes with the sound of crashing pins and celebratory sirens from the on-site arcade. Though unseen, heard, or smelled, the signal from complimentary WiFi streams through the air as well, allowing players to post their high scores online or to look up the cheat codes that enable the bowling balls' rocket boosters. Playdrome Devon Lanes also allows customers to bring their own food and beverages.

300 W Lancaster Ave
Devon,
PA
US

For more than 50 years, Facenda-Whitaker Lanes has trained Pennsylvanian strike and spare forces with 50 lanes of premier rolling grounds. Up to four companions will take to the bowling center’s polished alleys for two hours of uninterrupted spherical dueling, facing off with a staggering mastery of focus, ball english, and pin targeting. Facenda-Whitaker Lanes keeps its doors open 24 hours a day to entertain sleepwalkers tired of boring strolls around the living room and outfits each lane with optional bumpers for bowlers of all ages.

2912 Swede Rd
Norristown,
PA
US

At Thunderbird's four modern bowling arenas, families and friends demolish pins arranged at the end of up to 36 slick lanes. Boulder chuckers slip on chic rental sneakers, pirouette, and send the 12-pound sphere trundling past gutters into a smug stand of pins. The option of bumpers aids little ones in nudging smaller orbs down the timber avenue. Thunderbird's lanes are programmed with AMF automatic scoring, freeing hands from cramp-inducing feats of addition.

5830 Castor Ave
Philadelphia,
PA
US

A combination bowling alley, lounge and restaurant, Philadelphia’s North Bowl bills itself as being “strikingly different.” It’s an apt description given its modern, geometric exterior and space-agey retro interior. This bi-level Northern Liberties hot spot lets bowlers fuel up on appetizers, salads – including the Bowlympian, a mix of romaine, tomatoes, red onions, olives and feta – burgers and sliders, as well as eleven flavors of tater tots, including the Mazel Tots, which are topped with apple sauce and sour cream. Downstairs, the hip patrons pull on their bowling shoes and aim for strikes amid the orange and beige 1950s furniture, while upstairs, a glowing royal-blue bar awaits. There are even four private lanes that can be rented out for private events, as well as a perch from which to watch the action below.

909 N 2nd St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Forty-eight bowling balls can roll down the 48 lanes at once, sending pins flying in a heath-thumping clatter. Erie Lanes? size accommodates hordes of bowling parties at once. And it isn?t just bowling that entertains crowds. Balls clatter atop pool tables in the game room, and a toy crane snaps at stuffed animals. And on select nights, the bowling lanes glow under black lights and disco balls, and a fog machine turns on full blast during cosmic bowling games. The on-site caf? refuels bowlers with pizzas, nachos, and burgers drowning in bleu cheese and bacon bits.

1310 E Erie Ave
Philadelphia,
PA
US