Bowling in Weirton Heights

Up to 55% Off Bowling at Forward Lanes

Forward Lanes

Squirrel Hill

$20 $10

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'60s-era bowling center with modern updates, such as automatic scoring, synthetic lanes, and comfy seating

Up to 62% Off Bowling at Pines Plaza Lanes

Pines Plaza Lanes

Ross

$20 $10

Bowlers enjoy three hours of Friday-night galactic bowling or three games of classic bowling the rest of the week

Up to 52% Off Bowling and Pizza

Deer Lakes Bowl and Lounge

Deer Lakes

$27.30 $14

A night of bowling for up to six includes two games and a cheesy pizza to share

Up to 54% Off at Sim's Bowling Lanes

Sim's Bowling Lanes

Beaver Falls

$23.50 $12

This all-ages bowling alley boasts 40 lanes, a full bar, and frequent visits from live bands and local Djs

Up to 54% Off Bowling with Shoe Rental and Pizza

Stonehedge Family Fun Center

North Hill

$76 $35

Share games of bowling among friends fueled by a large one-topping pizza

Up to 67% Off Bowling and Pizza at Eastgate Lanes

Eastgate Lanes

Ellet

$75.25 $25

Groups bowl for two hours and share pizza at storied alley with full bar and dance floor

Up to 78% Off Two Hours of Bowling

The Fast Lane Bowling and Party Center

Magic City Plaza

$57 $15

Groups of up to 10 can play as many games as they desire with two hours of bowling with included shoe rental

Up to 52% Off Bowling

Whirlyball

Bedford Heights

$50 $25

Groups compete on lanes outfitted with optional bumpers, cosmic bowling, and automatic scoring; 3- and 6-lane options are private

Up to 63% Off Bowling at Cloverleaf Lanes

Cloverleaf Lanes

Independence

$27 $10

Pairs enjoy three games of bowling, while groups of six bowl for two hours with the option for food

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Originally constructed in the 1940s, Sheffield Lanes has seen its interior evolve as the decades have changed. The original owner's son and his wife now head the bowling alley's staff, overseeing numerous renovations and quelling occasional bowling-pin uprisings. Over the years, the 20 lanes have been outfitted with contemporary accouterments: digital scoring systems and walls swathed in vibrant purples, blues, and pinks. Players have embraced the changes, convening upon the modern digs for cosmic bowling, weekly league matches, and frequent tournaments, and working to hone their skills enough to garner immortality via Sheffield Lanes' Honor Roll of high scores.

Elsewhere in the two-story edifice, chefs at Ricky Dee's Pizza—a Sheffield Lanes mainstay during the '90s that reopened in 2007—refuel bowlers with pies and oven-baked sandwiches cushioned by fresh, daily-made dough. After using their taste buds to decipher the pizzas' secret sauce recipe, guests mosey over to the Sheffield Lounge, where candles embedded into repurposed bowling balls illuminate tabletops, and walls dappled with bowling trinkets and photos provide revelers with a crash course in the bar's 50-plus-year history. Live music from onsite concert venue The Fallout Shelter enhances the cacophony of crashing pins and rowdy coasters.

818 Raccoon St
Aliquippa,
PA
US

Smooth-soled bowling shoes help bowlers coast over the polished wood at Economy Lanes, as they release orbs toward distant pins in one fluid motion. On Saturday nights, the lights are turned down and the tunes are cranked up for Cosmic Bowling. The alley also houses the Trolley Stop Snack Shop, which serves sandwiches, pizzas, cheese sticks, and frosty beverages to help players quench mid-game thirsts or ice down their bowlers' elbows.

1307 Merchant St
Ambridge,
PA
US

The Nesbit family has run its namesake bowling alley for more than 65 years, welcoming generations of customers into its friendly environment. Eight lanes of lightly stained wood welcome casual bowlers or committed summer league competition, and the lane's gray alleys accommodate bumpers for novice bowlers or bumper-car drivers gone off course.

The Nesbits also use their business to bring people together for community fundraising events, as well as their annual, hotly contested Nesbit's Lanes Open. The 30-year-old tourney puts combatants through a treacherous gauntlet of qualifiers, match play, and finals as they vie for a cash prize.

3501 Leechburg Rd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Brunswick Zone has been a trusted name in recreational pin pulverizing for more than a century, providing good times to patrons across the country. Friends and families season afternoons with a pleasant peppering of strikes, spares, and easygoing gutter balls under classic bowling conditions, or take the next bold step in ball-hurling evolution and engage in a round of cosmic bowling, where dancing lights, thumping tunes, and black-lit gear light up the full sensorium. At XL locations, game rooms beckon with nimble joystick workouts on classic and modern arcade games.

5840 Buttermilk Hollow Rd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

The old and the new come together seamlessly at Forward Lanes. Though the ball returns date back to the 1960s, they send balls back to their bowlers with hardly a squeak or shudder. Modern improvements, such as automatic scoring, allow players to enjoy the game without stopping every frame to call their one friend who still remembers the addition tables. Bowlers can refresh themselves with snacks from the small food menu and vending machine or quench their thirst with available beer, coolers, and soft drinks.

5844 Forward Ave.
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

The gentle rumble of scattering pins blends with jovial laughter across Princess's 44 well-kept synthetic lanes. Alley dwellers hurl balls down polished lanes equipped with automated scoring systems, putting Newton’s laws of physics to the test more effectively than sitting beneath a bowling-ball tree. High-definition televisions throughout the alley keep patrons updated on athletic events, and optional bumpers avert ball follies and human frustration. Pleasant aromas lure tired and hungry bowlers to the adjoining Prior's Tap and Tavern where cooks crown pizzas with toppings, including barbecue chicken and banana peppers.

540 Weyman Rd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US