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International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame, Arlington

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  • This place was awesome!! Great to learn all of the history of Bowling!! A must when in town!! Spent 2 hrs here enjoying everything bowling!!  more »
  • We were impressed by the history of bowling that dates back to the Egyptians. The museum goes through the development of the bowling pins and balls, highlighting young boys as pin setters, tv tourname...  more »
  • I had stayed at a hotel across the street and saw this and wanted to head over. I was a little surprised at the 10.50 entrance fee. I must say I was surprised with the amount of history of the bowling...  more »
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  • Enjoyed getting to learn about the game I love! A lot of really cool memorabilia, games, and a great gift shop. Great for the bowlers at heart or just the museum goers.
  • This place was fantastic!! Great place to take the kids!! You even get to bowl!!
  • Anyone with a bowling interest will thoroughly enjoy this venue. Explains history of bowling and identifies key people who have influenced bowling. Explains equipment and the evolution of each aspect. Colocated with a state-of-the-art training facility, it's a neat place to spend a couple of hours.
  • Surprisingly well done and comprehensive bowling museum with plenty of interactive exhibits and gift shop. Even a miniature bowling game you can play at the end. Even an awful bowler such as myself thoroughly enjoyed it!
  • Very entertaining! Lots of interactive and historical displays for the kids and adults... I grew up bowling. This was cool. Keep it in perspective, it is a 'bowling' museum... :-)