Family-Friendly Bowling Alleys Now Open in Chicago
Ready to be bowled over by the fun at these family-friendly bowling alleys in the city and suburbs? While a few didn't survive the COVID-19 pandemic (RIP Southport Lanes), plenty of our favorites are now open and ready for a family night out or a bowling birthday party for kids. These venues are the perfect place to get out of the house for some family fun and provide a refuge from Chicago's unpredictable spring weather. It's time to strike out and get rolling to some fun times at Chicago's bowling alleys!
If bowling isn't up your alley (pun intended), check out some of the other things that are open in Chicago right now or see what tickles your fancy from our list of what to do during spring break in Chicago.
Almost all of these venues require reservations, so make sure to visit the website before hauling your bowling ball to the L stop. While bowling centers are a great way to get kids together for a small birthday party, indoor dining is still at limited capacity, so if you plan on eating while bowling be sure to limit your group size.
Places featured in this article:
Diversey River Bowl
10Pin Bowling Lounge
Bowlero River Grove
Bowlero Glendale Heights
Bowlero Mount Prospect
Bowlero Buffalo Grove