Roll In and Rock Out at Splitsville!

Disney World , New Attractions , Downtown Disney
Roll In and Rock Out at Splitsville!
Have Splitsville bowling alley exceed your bowling expectations at Downtown Disney!
Disney World shows off the rocking good times in store for Downtown Disney guests at Splitsville Luxury Lanes and Dinner Lounge bowling alley – coming soon!

We’ve been following the progress of the brand new Splitsville bowling alley, due to be enjoyed by those of you with your Disney tickets this winter. You might not have quite understood all the hype about’s just a bowling alley you might be thinking, but you’d be wrong! It’s all in the name, ‘Splitsville Luxury Lanes and Dinner Lounge’. A 50,000 square foot venue split over two levels with 30 luxurious lanes, food fit for fine dining, rockin’ music and live entertainment. 

Check out what the founder of this atmospheric bowling alley had to say about the wonderful creation finding a home at Downtown Disney!

Splitsville Luxury Lanes

If you’re headed to Disney World this winter, be sure to use those Disney tickets to roll in and rock out at Downtowns Disney’s Splitsville!
Disney World , New Attractions , Downtown Disney

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