The London Palace Superbowl

Elephant and Castle, London SE1 6TE Elephant and Castle, London SE1 6TE Directions
Today 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Open All Hours
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    11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

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London Palace Superbowl, on the top floor of Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, is a great choice for a fun night out in the capital. The bowling alley has excellent facilities that can be enjoyed by everyone from total novices to expert tenpin bowlers. The rows of wooden lanes are the perfect setting for a little light-hearted rivalry between friends and family, or for regular players to take part in serious competitions. The venue is a favourite with children, who love the sound of the pins clattering over, and also with parents, as it is a safe environment with friendly staff. London Palace Superbowl is popular with groups of adults looking for an affordable alternative to their usual nights out, as they can enjoy a game and take advantage of the bar and cafe facilities. The venue also organises its own leagues for regular players and stages student nights and events for over-50s. Its central location and proximity to public transport links means the bowling alley is easily accessible from across London, which is one of the reasons it is such a good choice of party venue. The children's party package includes much more than just bowling and shoe hire, as guests also receive meals, drinks, hats, balloons and party bags. The events feel like traditional birthday celebrations, but with far less work involved for parents. London Palace Superbowl also stages corporate parties, complete with bowling games and a choice of food. They are an excellent idea for staff outings, as competitions are good for team building and the setting allows workers to get to know each other outside the office environment.



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