Situated below the Tavistock Hotel in Bloomsbury, Bloomsbury Lanes has eight retro bowling lanes offering an authentic bowling experience right in the centre of town. Enjoy a drink and snack whilst bowling, or watch all the action from the Americana Swivel Bar. If it's something more substantial you re after, try the full service Bloomsbury Diner.
Venue Details & Map
Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes
38 Bedford WayBloomsburyLondonWC1H 0DG
- +44 (0)20 7183 1979
- Public transport:
- Russell Square, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes
Such a fun place. Really enjoyed coming here and bowling as well as the pool tables. Getting the lane for an hour was much nicer than paying per game. Drinks are good and a chill environment.Read More
Great place to eat, drink, bowl and chill with friends. Their pizza is so big that it can feed 5 people! Also have karaoke. Reservation is a must!Read More
We came here for a work social and there must have been something wrong with the lanes, cos I won! As I'm a pretty competitive person they've probably got an extra star out of me for that.
Pros: liked the wallpaper, service was from friendly hipsters, old fashioned lanes still ran super-old graphics and the advice screens flashed up for half a second, you pay by the hour so there's quite a...Read More
Went here for a team building work event . Never realised that The first Friday of every month turns into a little club after. Awesome , although a tad messy after several jäger shots .
Lanes are quite small... Smaller than expected but the vibe and atmosphere were good.
Recommend the hot dogs and 26 inch pizzas! They were awesome! Will definitely head back here soonRead More
This review is for the kingpin suite downstairs. Often hidden away and tucked down a side entrance this is often more used for private functions.
We had hired it all out with a bar tab for use for many hours for Eng vs Wales at Euros. The screen was good, staff and food all nice, and bowling lovely and luxurious.
Only thing that let it down was that the bowling bowls coming back was often...Read More