The National Bowling Stadium is a 363,000-square-foot ten-pin bowling stadium in Reno, Nevada. The stadium is recognizable for an 80 feet aluminum geodesic dome in its facade, built to resemble a large bowling ball.
Nicknamed the "Taj Mahal of tenpins", the 78-lane stadium opened in 1995, cost $47.5 million, and took three years to build. It is often the filming location for bowling scenes in films.
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Address 300 North Center Street Reno, NV 89501, USA
Coordinates 39°31'46.406" N -119°48'43.334" E