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The Aberdeen Megabowl was situated just beyond John Lewis and the Bon Accord Shopping Centre.
It had 26 bowling lanes making this one of the largest in Aberdeenshire. The first 10 lanes were on the ground floor and the upper floor has the other lanes.
There was no need to worry about keeping scores because the scoring was computerised. The computer is easy to work.
The centre also had pool tables and amusements and a wimpy snack bar selling a range of hot and cold snacks including burger meal deals.
Children's parties could be held at the bowling centre and include bowling games, food at the wimpy, drinks, party invitations, balloons and party bags. The price included a free birthday cake.
There was disabled access and the lanes have bumpers that can easily be put up or down for disabled, youngster and inexperienced bowlers. A ramp which helps guide and roll a bowling ball could be used on the lanes.
Special events included glow bowling where the lanes and skittles are lit up and the hall is in darkness, unlimited bowling times and combo nights of unlimited bowling with a free game of Quasar laser shooting game.
The centre is now closed - the information on this page is kept incase they reopen or relocate.
Please see their website for opening hours.
Please see the Megabowl website for the current prices and coupons. There are special deals and discounts such as family hour and cheaper second and third games and discounted rates for students. The website often has a free coupon promotion. Prices include shoe hire.
How To Book Lanes
Lanes can be booked in person at the reception area, by telephone or on the megabowl website. See below for the contact details.
Contact Address, Telephone Number And Website
197 George Street
Tel: (01224) 621493
Car Parking: There is a small free car park for use of the Megabowl Customers. The Bon Accord Car Park is a short walk away.
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