At what age can children play bowling?
It is difficult to define a clear age at which a child can start playing bowling. The main criteria are the child’s sufficient amount of strength needed to cope with the ball and the ability to understand the rules of the game. Some children can do it from the age of 7, some later.
Children on average start playing around the age of 10-11. It is important that the child can pick up the ball, run with it and send it along the track in the usual way. Otherwise (when throwing the ball) the tracks quickly collapse.
Today, many bowling alleys offer special prices for families with a child, which allows adults to combine active fun and communication with their children.