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The innovations of bowling unfold before your eyes through life-sized replicas, touch-screen kiosks, film montages and interactive games. See the custom bike built by the Tuetel Family and featured on Orange County Choppers program. Talk to a 1920's...more
We have a monthly meeting at the bowling museum, so I get to visit often. This is one of the most interesting museums I have been in as it relates to a sport. The museum walks through the history of bowling and introduces you to...More
I visited the museum on a Thursday and had a blast. I learned a lot about a sport I had always grown up around but never knew the history behind it. The most surprising thing about the museum wasn’t that the best exhibit was the...More
I've bowled all my life for fun here and there but have never been a huge fan. The history of the museum and of bowling was amazing. From the mummy and the pin boys and the diner and movie theater everything made us enjoy it...More
My family was at this museum during a youth-bowling tournament that was large enough to attract almost 4000 young athletes from around the world. The museum was a "must-see", and conveniently located next to the International Bowling Research and Training center where future olympic-hopefuls, college...More
Date of experience: July 2018
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My husband and daughter toured here during Junior Gold (Youth Bowling Nationals). It was very small but there were cool interactive exhibits and interesting memorabilia that they enjoyed. Even though it is a Hall of Fame, there wasn’t a section dedicated to the inductees. Everything...More
We were so disappointed, after flying to Dallas for the 3rd Day concert, to find out that ALL the museums in Arlington, including this one were closed on Mondays! We had read reviews and were really excited to go to it! We were only on...More
We are a bowling family and loved this place. To see the history of bowling was amazing. Our son is a fantastic bowler averaging 210 or more in high school, making it to the state tournament in his senior year. He wanted to come here...More
First off, I'm not a big bowling fan... that being said, this place slowly drew me in. The next thing I know, I'm bowling... taking pics of the history of blowing pins and ended up buying one of the softest tees ever in the gift...More
I wasn't sure what this would be, but many, many years ago I bowled in a league so stopped in to see the museum. It was so interesting. History and bowling in other countries were part of the exhibits. There were some fun interactive activities...More