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Namco Funscape Tamworth

Ten Pin Bowling Alleys, Indoor and Soft Play Areas, Indoor
Profile iconAll Ages
Location iconTamworth
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Looking for some competitive fun for all the family? Why not try out Namco Funscape Tamworth's 26-lane bowling alley! With lighter balls, ramps and barriers to enhance everyone's experience and level the playing field for the little ones, this day out is sure to be a hit (maybe even a strike!) with all the family.

The 'Pac-Man Play' soft play area is brilliant for little ones (0-8) to burn off some extra energy in. With a separate frame for toddlers, plus educational touch screens, the area is a safe environment for all. You can even play a round of mini golf on the Castle Adventure course! The lovely staff are always about to assist and serve you some a Costa Coffee or a beverage from the bar if you fancy it.

They also have an Activity Zone packed with the latest amusement and video games, where you might even win a prize! Worked up an appetite? Grab a quick bite in the centre’s Clyde’s Bar and Grill for a convenient and tasty option to satisfy all your hunger requirements. There's all sorts of delicious goodness on offer - from scrumptious BBQ platters, pizzas and burgers, to indulgent desserts for the sweet lovers in the family.

  • Huge 26 lane bowling alley
  • Kids options to make the games fair for everyone!
  • Fun centre: play frames, arcade & mini golf

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 10:00 - Late
Saturday to Sunday 09:00 - Late

Mini Golf
Monday to Friday 11:00 - Late
Saturday & Sunday 10:00 - Late

Soft Play
Monday to Sunday 09:30 - 18:00

Last Entry

1 hour before attraction closes



Castle Grounds, River Drive,
B79 7ND,

Phone number

01827 68448


General Admission
Bowling from £5.50
Mini Golf from £5.00
Soft Play from £4.50


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