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International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame

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International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame

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621 Six Flags Dr, Arlington, TX 76011-6305
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I didn't know this place existed. I went here for a work retreat. They have a large meeting room. As a group activity for our retreat, we got to bowl. It's also interesting to see all the bowling paraphernalia and all the people who have made history bowling.
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The museum is historical and interactive which made for a great visit. It is very well done for a smaller museum, modern yet retro cool vibe. The giftshop was stocked with signed bowling pins and all sorts of other interesting things. Overall, it was a great adventure for a mere
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The museum is worth going thru, but the training facilities are above top notch. I’d highly recommend the program. Or watch tournaments and or just open bowl and watch yourself on tv. The pros on staff are top notch and getting a ball drilled perfect fit
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Very well done walking tour of the history of bowling up to current times. Takes about an hour and then you get to play a quick game yourself. Gift shop was nice also. Good way to spend about an hour and learn something!
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Was an avid bowler when I was young and thought It would be nice to see the museum. Impressed with information on how bowling started, and even what occured in Egypt years ago. Liked the variety offered and even tried my luck on a real lane with shot putt size bowling balls.
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