Weekend Plans: Gather Your Squad And Hit Up These Bowling Alleys

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Feeling burnt out mid-week, or looking for a fun activity to indulge in with your bae or BFF? Head to these bowling alleys in Kolkata for some good old fun.

Nicco Super Bowl

Without a doubt Nicco Super Bowl is one of Kolkata’s best bowling alleys. And they organise tournaments as well (like The Telegraph in School Inter-School Bowling Tournament and Kolkata Bowling Championship). Entry will cost you INR 60. One game is priced at INR 120, two games will cost you just INR 170.

There are several other game options available here, including pool and air hockey. 

V DEN By Vedic Village

Located in the serene Vedic Village, V Den is the answer to all your bowling needs, if you’re looking to make an entire day’s outing out of it. There is an entry fee of INR 257 per person, and a fee of INR 265 per game per person. 

Space Circle Club

If you are willing to shell out a three-month membership fee, you can gain access to India’s first club with a four-lane bowling alley from AMF, United States. It’s an extravagant bowling alley, in addition to a hefty membership fee, you’ll still have to pay for each game of bowling, and the fee for your guests will be higher.

If you get hungry, don’t worry, there’s a fast food counter to keep you refuelled. And, if you don’t want to shell out a three-month membership fee, ask around if anyone in your circle is already a member and can take you along as a guest.


Centrally located at both Spencer’s Mani Square Mall and City Centre 2, Amoeba’s Bowling Alley is affordable at just INR 190 per person, without any additional hidden fees, and, there are lots of other fun activities available on-site, including arcade gaming.

Consider planning a day-long outing, consisting of shopping, eating out, watching movies and bowling; after all, you’re going to be at the mall.


How can we not inlude Timezone when it comes to bowling? One of the most popular places for bwoling in south Kolkata, Timezone is located on the third floor of South City Mall. It is equipped with high quality facilities such as bumpers, UV lights and music. They also have 'Mini Bowling', specially designed for kids and family, with light weight balls.


A queen at multi-tasking, LBB writer Amanda Sodhi is a singer-songwriter, filmmaker, theatre professional, VO artist, social media consultant, journalist and writer who has lived in Washington, DC, Los Angeles and Mumbai. She now calls Kolkata her home, where she can be found drowning in a cup of hot chocolate at the newest cafes, among the company of a few good books. She's also always planning out new backpacking adventures to satisfy her perennial wanderlust.