You’ll be bowled over by this Route 66 attraction. Rt 66 Bowl in Chandler, Oklahoma has entertainment for all with nostalgia to spare. Just look for the 66 Bowl neon sign out front.
Rt 66 Bowl opened in Chandler in 2016. The entertainment center features bowling lanes, an arcade, laser tag, mini golf, and more. You can even try your skills on their 101 foot-long bowling lane – the longest bowling lane in Chandler. Route 66 memorabilia and signs decorate the location.
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If you’ve worked up an appetite while bowling, there’s also an on-site restaurant that serves pizzas, calzones, chicken wings, burgers, salads, and drinks.
The vintage sign out front is a repurposed neon sign from the former ten pin 66 Bowl in Oklahoma City. That Route 66 bowling alley featured 24 lanes and operated from 1959 to 2010. When the long-loved business closed down the sign was auctioned off and sold for $3,900. It has since been refurbished and installed outside in the parking lot to shine again, among other vintage Route 66 service station signs.
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66 Bowl sign at Rt 66 Bowl
Address: 920 E 1st St, Chandler, OK 74834
Cost: Free to See; bowling, arcade games, and pizza costs vary
Hours: Sign Always Visible; Bowling Alley open Monday-Thursday 5pm-10pm, Friday-Saturday 12pm-10pm, Sunday 12pm-8pm
Visit the bowling alley’s official website for up-to-date hours and costs.