7 Bowlings Alleys in Paris Where To Play With Friends or Family

Do you want to enjoy a fun and friendly night with your friends or family playing bowling in Paris? Whether you are a pro or a beginner, here are our favorite bowling alleys (with their rates) in Paris.

Let’s talk about our favorite bowling alleys in Paris

But first, here are the locations of those bowling alleys in the Paris region:


1) Bowling Mouffetard

73 Mouffetard Street 75005 Paris

Bowling Mouffetard
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If you are a retro bowling fan, the Bowling Mouffetard has just what you need.

Located in the Mouffetard district, well-known for its wild parties, this facility can hold its own.

Neon lights, festive atmosphere and old-style music will punctuate your bowling or billiards games.

Various arcade games and a bar with a fifties design will be available for you to enjoy.

Number of alleys: 8

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday: 2PM – 2AM.
Saturday and Sunday: 10AM – 2AM.

Rates: From 7,50€ to 13€ depending on the day and arrival time.
Shoes are included.

More information on the website (website in French)


2) La Tête dans les Nuages

5 Boulevard des Italiens 75002 Paris

La Tête dans les Nuages
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“Head in the Sky”, this is what this place is all about.

More than a bowling, La Tête dans les Nuages is a retro arcade, a playroom of more than 1500m² for young and old.

Located on the Boulevard des Italiens, you can’t miss its gigantic neon lights and its enormous figures of pop culture characters displayed behind large windows.

Behind this colorful facade is an equally surprising place.

Between the numerous arcade and sports games, you will be able to find a mini-bowling alley, a soccer playground and various driving simulators that will certainly have you take a trip down memory lane.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Thursday: 11AM – 0:30AM.
Friday: 11AM – 2AM.
Saturday: 10AM – 2AM.
Sunday: 10AM – 0:30AM.

Rates: Free entry, game chips on site.

La Tête dans les Nuages’ official website (website in French)


3) Gamelle

29/33 Daumesnil Avenue 75012 Paris


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You don’t want to have to walk all around Paris to enjoy your evening?

Gamelle is the place for you! Besides being a restaurant offering all the meals you can wish for, ranging from tapas, to “gourmet” menus, as well as bars, the facility also owns two bowling alleys, four foosball tables, karaoke and even an inside petanque court.

Everything you need to stay busy until the place closes at 2AM.

Number of alleys: 2

Opening hours:

Monday: 11AM – 4PM

Tuesday to Saturday: 11AM – 1AM.

Rates: Bowling included with catering.

More information about Gamelle (website in French)


4) Bowling Front de Seine

15 Gaston de Caillavet Street 75015 Paris

For the more competitive players, the Bowling Front de Seine offers national and international competitions all year long.

Every Sunday, its twenty alleys also host the well-known “Sunday Tournament” open to beginners for 24€.

Beginners and casual players can also freely enjoy the bowling’s warm atmosphere from Monday to Sunday.

Number of alleys: 20

Opening hours:
Monday to Thursday: 11AM – 2AM
Friday: 11AM – 4AM
Saturday: 10AM – 4AM
Sunday: 10AM – 2AM

Rates: Between 3.10€ and 9.50€.
2€ for shoes rental.

Check out the official website (website in French)


5) Bowling Foch

1 Foch Avenue 75016 Paris

Located only a few meters away from the Arc de Triomphe and accessible directly from the subway station Charles De Gaulle – Etoile, the Bowling Foch is open from evening to late at night, for the young and old to enjoy.

The institution is connected by a tunnel to the nightclub Le Duplex.

Once your game is over, time comes to show off your skills on the dancefloor or enjoy a nice meal at Le Vogue, Le Duplex’s own restaurant.

Opening hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday : 5PM – 2AM.
Wednesday: 4PM – 2AM
Friday: 5PM – 4AM.
Saturday: 2PM – 4AM.
Sunday: 2PM – 2AM.


From 7€ to 9€.
2€ for shoes rental.

The Bowling Foch’s website (website in French)


6) Bowling Courbevoie

15 Auguste Beau Street 92400 Courbevoie

Located a little away from Paris proper, near La Défense district and its impressive buildings, you can find the Bowling Courbevoie.

Based inside the Courbevoie’s Olympic Center, between a pool and a skating rink, the facility offers up to twelve bowling alleys and an area with a bar and billiards.

Enjoy the comfort of this basement bowling. By day or by night, the light show never ends.

Number of alleys: 12

Opening hours:
From Monday to Thursday: 10AM – 1AM.
Friday and Saturday: 10AM – 2:30AM.
Sunday: 10AM – 7PM.


Between 3€ and 8€.
2€ for shoes rental.

Rates and reservations on the official website (website in French)


7) Bowling Striky

162 Quai de Polangis 94340 Joinville Le Pont


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In the South-East of Pris, on Polangis’ docks, the Bowling Striky of Jonville will let you enjoy the perfect night with your friends or family.

The facility has sixteen bowling alleys and a catering corner that will allow you to relax and enjoy a nice meal after your game.

Number of alleys: 16

Opening hours:

From Monday to Thursday: 2:30PM – 2AM.
Friday: 2.30PM – 3AM
Saturday: 2PM – 3AM.
Sunday: 10AM – 2AM.

Rates: Between 4€ to 8.50€.
2.50€ for shoes rental.

More information on the official website (website in French)