Whether in town on business or pleasure, bowling fans will not want to miss the unique items showcased here. Since opening in ... More
Bowling Hall of Fame
Whether in town on business or pleasure, bowling fans will not want to miss the unique items showcased here. Since opening in 1984, the museum has collected bowling artifacts and other interesting memorabilia. Visitors can see how bowling originated with the ancient Egyptians and how the sport is played today. The three-story museum houses approximately 50,000 square feet of exhibits. Marvel at the bowling pin car that really did run, buy a souvenir and see baseball great Mark McGwire's Corvette.
It's supposed to be a bowling hall a fame, that means all types of bowling.
Doesn't mention nothing about DUCKPIN or CANDLEPIN BOWLING. These are the real bowling games. Tenpin bowling is so boring, no challenge at all.
This was a great place to stumble into. It was a few years ago when I had come from North Carolina to see a double header with the Cards. There sitting outside the stadium was The Bowling Hall of Fame. It was great - super exhibits, great fun and very well laid out. If you are in St. Louis, GO!
A great walk through the history of bowling, with a chance to bowl a game or watch a movie in the theater. If you're not in to bowling be sure to stop at the Cardinals Hall of Fame sure to amaze any baseball crazed fan.
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