Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life

Lucky Strike Lanes at Vaughan Mills (Vaughan)

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High energy

Feeling lucky?

This place is permanently closed.

Definitely fancier than the Bowleramas, Lucky Strike Lanes is also more expensive. The music, laser lights, video clips on the large screen at the end of the alleys and waitresses picking up food and beverage orders at your station all contribute to give a disco club feeling to the place. When your ball hits the pins, a screen above your head projects an animation simulating the best strategy for maximum efficiency (as if this could help me!) All their 22 alleys are 10-pin lanes. The regular balls weigh over 10 pounds and would be almost impossible to through for 7 years and younger. Later on, I found that we could have asked for lighter balls (6 pounds) and bumper pads when we paid for our lane. The bowling area is attached to a large section with pool tables and big booths where we could also order from the large menu.

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  • Thursday, 29 September 2016 posted by Lulu

    Closed permanently

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