A sport that has fascinated and enchanted the world for decades is bowling. It has made a lot of people happy all over the world, led to the building of new and unusual places to have fun, and started a new competitive sport that may soon be part of the Olympics.
Audacious and lavish attempts have been made by companies and commercial owners throughout the world for the right to claim ownership of the largest bowling alley in the world throughout the sport’s increasing popularity.
The biggest and best bowling alleys that have ever been completely operational are listed below.
When it opened in 1959, the Castaways bowling alley quickly became the most popular thing to do at the Las Vegas hotel. With a US record of more than 100 lanes, it was for many years the undisputed king of all American lanes and drew tens of thousands of tourists each year.
In the 20th century, the bowling alley at Castaways was a big part of what made Las Vegas so popular. It held a lot of televised competitions that were interesting to people all over the world.
Sadly, the company had poor ownership, and in the early 2000s it was shut down. The stately complex was gone by 2006; today, all that remains is a mobile casino where it once stood.