Bowling in Leicester


$20 for Two Hours of Candlepin Bowling for Up to Six with Shoe Rentals at Mohegan Bowl ($40 Value)

Mohegan Bowl

Mohegan Bowl

Two hours of group play atop one of 20 automatically scored candlepin lanes

$40 $20

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Candlepin Bowling with Shoe Rental for Two, Four, or Six at Putnam Street Lanes (Up to 60% Off)

Putnam Street Lanes

Putnam Street Lanes

Softball-sized red balls rocket toward narrow pins at 10-lane alley with computerized scoreboards and optional bumpers

$22 $9

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One or Two Hours of Candlepin Bowling for Up to Four at South Shore Country Club (Up to 52% Off)

South Shore Country Club

South Shore Country Club

Candlepin bowling in a retro alley with pen-and-paper scoring; bumpers available

$30 $17

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$24.99 for Two Hours of Candlepin Bowling with Shoes for Up to Six at Harvard Bowling Lanes (Up to $56 Value)

Harvard Bowling Lanes

Harvard Bowling Lanes

Candlepin-bowling alley provides patrons with retro entertainment throughout the week, adding futuristic accents during cosmic weekend hours

$56 $24.99

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One Hour of Bowling for Up to Six with Shoes and Pizza or Arcade Game Card at Acton Bowladrome (Up to 48% Off)

Acton Bowladrome

Acton Bowladrome

16 synthetic candlepin lanes host strikes while bowlers refuel with hand-tossed pizza or play unlmited arcade games

$60 $31

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Two Games of Bowling and Shoe Rental for Two or Four at Spare Time (Up to 50% Off)

Spare Time

Multiple Locations

LCD screens keep score as bowlers lace up shoes and send balls hurtling down polished lanes

$24 $12

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$25 for Two Hours of Bowling with Shoe Rental for Up to Six at North Bowl Lanes ($49.99)

North Bowl Lanes

North Bowl Lanes

Bowling alley welcomes groups of up to six with 40 lanes

$49.99 $25

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Two Games of Candlepin Bowling for 2 or 4, or a Birthday Party with Food for 10 at Leda Lanes (Up to 50% Off)

Leda Lanes

Lucky's Lanes

Bowlers take aim at thinner pins with lighter, palm-sized bowling balls; party includes one hour of bowling and pizza with clean-up

$26.50 $15.99

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  • Bogey Lanes
    Music courses throughout the alley as visitors sate competitive appetites with multiple bowling lanes, an 18-hole mini golf course, six pool tables, and a variety of arcade games. Bowlers first snuggle their feet into pairs of rented bowling shoes before unleashing themselves on the lanes, punishing pins with each stroke frame by frame. Bogey's automatic scoring machines make keeping tally easy so players aren't forced to scrawl numbers on the back of receipts or birth certificates. During cosmic bowling on Friday and Saturday nights after 6 p.m., black lights douse the alley in florescent color and disco balls sparkle and spin. Bogey's mini golf course awaits diminutive domination, taking putters past well-manicured greenery, winding brick paths, and loitering lawnmowers. Although not included with today's deal, guests can refuel at the bar with a beer or glass of wine or celebrate a victorious match with ice cream from the snack bar.
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    199 N Brookfield Rd
    East Brookfield, MA US
  • Mohegan Bowl
    Situated inside Mohegan Bowl, All Star Pub invites patrons to kick up their feet after a few rounds of bowling to indulge in appetizers, burgers, and beer. Draft and bottled brews wet whistles in time for hand-tossed taco pizzas to appear draped in pico de gallo and housemade tortilla chips. Shareable appetizers such as spicy jalapeño bottle caps preheat maws before diners chow down on half-pound burgers, stacked pastrami grinders, and salads tossed with grilled chicken. Before venturing back to the lanes or to the arcade, patrons can dig into chocolate-fudge brownies or a Candle-Pin Strike—fried balls of dough served with ice cream and drizzled with raspberry sauce.
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    51 Thompson Rd
    Webster, MA US
  • Mason Recreation Center
    Joyous sounds reverberate off the walls at Mason Recreation Center, a decades-old entertainment emporium managed by a staff committed to keeping its guests entertained. Pins clatter on dozens of lanes designed for candlepin bowling, a variation on tenpin bowling that uses smaller balls and cylindrical pins that are not cleared away between frames so bowlers can hear their faint screams. The staff engineers the fun activities, hosting open bowling, overseeing league competition, and throwing birthday shindigs in private rooms. On several tournament-size tables, billiard balls clack against one another, and in the onsite arcade, video games bleep and purr like robots napping on magnets. In warm weather, the staff unfurls an 18-hole miniature golf course and opens an onsite sweets station that serves freshly scooped ice cream.
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    640 N Main St.
    Leominster, MA US
  • Putnam Street Lanes
    Armadas of softball-sized red balls line the 10 alleys at Putnam Street Lanes, awaiting their turn to rocket toward the narrow, tapered pins characteristic of Worcester's own candlepin bowling. Computerized scoreboards keep track of obliterated pins, and score-boosting bumpers pop up upon request. During cosmic bowling, the center's neon walls alight with psychedelic effects to hypnotize the red balls into doing bowlers' bidding, be that picking up spares or retrieving a chocolate bar from the candy shop. Guests of legal age may bring their own alcoholic libations to enjoy as they imitate Fred Flintstone's famous strike celebrations or Queen Elizabeth's infamous gutter-ball tantrums.
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    14 Putnam Street
    Fitchburg, MA US
  • Palace Bowling Alleys
    Bowlers upend candle-shaped pins by hurling grapefruit-sized balls inside New Palace Lanes. Spanning two stories, the BYOB center plays host to corporate functions and birthday parties, with private party rooms where friends can slice ice cream cakes or devour them by diving in face first. Free Wi-Fi helps patrons research the origins of candlepin’s matchstick-like pins, and the facility’s big-screen TVs entertain bowlers between turns.
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    78 Daniels St
    Fitchburg, MA US
  • Old Mountain Lanes/Walnut Hill Bowl
    Bright lights gleam off of the newly renovated synthetic lanes that grace Old Mountain Lanes and Walnut Hill Bowl. These premier alleys train one eye on 10-pin history and the other on modern day amenities, including LCD scoring monitors, automatic bumpers for kids, and laser-guided bowling ball retrievers. Cosmic bowling is de rigueur on weekend nights, and strike-less players on-strike can enjoy pool tables, video games, and air hockey at the arcade. Both alleys pour frothy mugs of beer at on-site pubs.
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    1666 Diamond Hill Road
    Woonsocket, RI US

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