The largest bowling alley in the world is the Inazawa Grand Bowl in Japan, which has 116 lanes. The second largest is the Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln, Nebraska, which has 82 lanes.
The Inazawa Grand Bowl, located in Inazawa, Japan, is currently recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest bowling alley. It features a total of 116 lanes, arranged in a massive hall that covers over 39,000 square meters (420,000 square feet) of floor space. The bowling alley opened in 1972 and has since been a popular destination for bowling enthusiasts in Japan.
Sun Valley Lanes, located in Lincoln, Nebraska, is the second-largest bowling alley in the world. It has 82 lanes spread across two floors and covers an area of over 38,000 square feet. The facility also includes a pro shop, arcade games, and a bar and restaurant.
Both of these bowling alleys are impressive feats of engineering and design, and offer a unique experience for those who enjoy the sport of bowling.