Best Kid-Friendly Bowling in Atlanta
Whether you are rolling gutter balls or strikes—these bowling alleys have something fun for your family. From traditional lanes to alleys with more high-tech laser tag and arcade areas, bowling continues to be a fun (and often competitive) outing for your family.
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Features 40 lanes, a large arcade and more in Woodstock and Conyers. If your family takes an interest in bowling, a pro shop is on site to help with gear purchases.
The colorful lanes include screens playing music videos above as you play, and comfortable loungers to sit in while waiting your turn, with locations in Norcross, Marietta, Lawrenceville, Roswell, Atlantic Station and Kennesaw. If you get hungry, try the famous “Behemoth Burger,” a five-pound, 14-inch round burger to share. The Kennesaw location also includes a laser-tag arena.
Bowlmor features 39 blacklight lanes and video screens playing movies or music videos while your family bowls on Savoy Drive in Atlanta. To add to the experience, the arcade has 4-D adventures, interactive dome screens and multiplayer table games.
The Comet is located in the former Suburban Lanes space, a 1950s-era bowling alley in Decatur. In addition to the original lanes of bowling, The Comet features a completely updated space, two 40-foot shuffleboard courts, tasty food and frosty beverages.
Only available at select locations around the country, and Lawrenceville, Georgia is home to one of them. Dave and Buster’s is already an awesome place for family fun, and their bowling alley adds to this with black light effects and music videos playing around the lanes.
This bowling alley on Buford Highway in Atlanta has been around since the late 50s, and was renovated for a more modern experience.
With locations in Alpharetta, Atlanta and Suwanee, the neon and black light bowling lanes are fun for the whole family. After bowling, gear up and get ready for multi-level laser tag or climb on the Gravity Ropes, a zip line and ropes course arena.
A fun thing about this bowling alley on Metropolitan Parkway in Atlanta is that in addition to the 30 lanes of bowling, the center also boasts a roller skating rink. Your family can enjoy both in the same place, plus inflatables, laser tag and an arcade.
The retro-feel of this bowling alley on Piedmont Circle in Atlanta makes it a cool spot to bowl with your family. They also have an event facility called 11th Frame for more private birthday parties or events.
Bowl on 28 lanes with a variety of different bowling games in Stockbridge. In addition to bowling, try Hologate, a VR game, black light laser tag, bumper cars and a rock wall.
This entertainment center boasts a bowling alley with 14 lanes in Peachtree Corners. Each lane has an interactive touchscreen, which allows kids to play 20 different games in addition to the regular 10-pin bowling. While visiting, also play on the ninja playground or the three-story netted structure.
With several locations around the metro area, you are bound to be by one of them. Bowl or try one of the other attractions: arcade, laser tag, bumper cars, virtual reality, ax throwing and more.
This more upscale bowling alley in Buckhead Atlanta is fun for a date night, but also a blast with kids. It is 21+ except Saturdays and Sundays before 5 p.m. When you are done bowling, kids (and adults) will love the indoor bocce courts, shuffleboard tables, skee-ball machines, Jenga and more all included with the purchase of bowling.