I was so impressed and happy with the decorated lanes; complete with a real bowling pin for all the guests to sign and bowling pin water bottle for the birthday boy.
The kids had two hours of unlimited bowling, 20 tokens to the arcade, pizza and pop for lunch, glow sticks, and awesome goodie bags full of stuff including a free game of bowling for each kid.
Also we had a party helper- who was there the whole time to help get the kids their shoes, get the food ready, clean up the mess- basically take care of everything.
I really was impressed and Lucas had a great time- though as soon as he opened his presents (all Legos- his friends know him well) he was ready to go home as he wanted to build his new Legos.
Alex said she wants her birthday party at the bowling alley and well we might just do it, as really the cost of only $126 for the entire thing and the ease of it all was so worth it!
And here is the fun in a 1 minute video! (Even Ryder bowled- make sure you watch and see his cute reaction)