Tenpin Bury

Tenpin closed in March 2012. We have kept this listing online as many of our readers are still searching for information about its status. Tenpin bowling in Bury is now offered by AMF Bowling at The Rock.

Tenpin is a bowling alley and family entertainment centre in Bury. It offers 30 computerised bowling lanes, an amusement arcade, English and American pool tables, plus a licensed bar and restaurant.

The centre is open 7 days a week. Opening times are noon till midnight – Monday to Friday, and 10 am till midnight at weekends.

For details of prices, unlimited bowling nights, student nights, discounts, and offers visit the official website.

It’s located at Park 66 in Pilsworth, near Bury. Exit the M66 at Junction 3 and follow the Pilsworth Road to the Park 66. Satellite navigation owners should use the postcode BL9 8RS. Free car parking is available for customers.

The bowling alley opened in the late 1980s. It was formerly called the Megabowl.

Reviews and Additional Information

  1. stephanie says

    I just wanted you to know that it is amazing at your bowling alley but I just think you should put a bit more modern music on.

  2. JP says

    I used to go to the Megabowl a lot when it first opened in the late 80′s when I was younger. It was a great (the only) place for teenagers to go and you could afford a game of bowls and a go on the arcade and maybe a bite to eat on your weekly pocket money. It was a thriving place for many years, the bar and wimpy restaurants were always full. Over the years it has undergone many changes and unfortunately they have killed the place. Having gone in last Saturday there were only half a dozen customers, the place was tired and quite scruffy and the pool tables knackered. I noticed it was £7 each for a game of bowls and £4 for a pint of lager. No wonder it was dead. Very sad but i think it will be closed soon.

  3. Sam says

    Went to Tenpin Pilsworth with my daughter yesterday for her birthday. From the moment we walked in we were made to feel very welcome, staff were absolutely brilliant, customer service was outstanding. Fantastic day out with bowling, disco, food, balloon modeling, face painting photo to bring home and party bags…would definitely recommend ….Thank you to all the staff once again :o) x

  4. george says

    A comment on this page is very stereotypical and is stereotyping those between the age of 12 and 15 as it quotes ‘ they don’t want scallys and chavs hanging around causing trouble’. This is very stereotype as not all teenagers are so called ‘ scallys and chavs’ some are very well educated. Bowling is a place for family but it is also a place for young adults to go and have a good time with their friends and they should not be stereotyped because of their age.

  5. bob says

    I think that young children that come on their own should get better offers, then get some money for the arcade, because that’s all the kids want to do! So, if they make a deal say for 10 or up they should get 2 games for £5 and then a free 3 pounds in the arcade.

  6. JJ says

    Thats why its not cheap. They don’t want groups of scallys and chavs hanging around causing trouble. Megabowl is a family place and should be treated as one.

  7. nelly says

    I think it is far too expensive and that there should be a offer for 12 yrs to 15 yrs because that is what the age of people are that visit bowling alleys.

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