It will depend on the type of lane materials, pinsetters, ball returns and scoring system used.
It would cost about 165,000 dollars per lane for the land, building and equipment. An additional 50,000 dollars per lane for balls, bowling pins, retrieval equipment. and shoes would be added.
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a freakin lot
It cost about 300 million dollars to build your welcome
The cost involved to build a bowling center can depend on a vast number of variables, to which a price is tough to specify. Factors, such as land, building costs, type of lanes, type of scoring, type of pinsetters, furniture, ammentities, pro shop, restaurant, game redemption and such are all factored.
In the United States the average cost of a bowling alley built from concrete block with a steel roof deck and no basement is $119.75 per square foot. A 20,000 sq. ft. bowling alley would cost $2,395,000 to build.
It costs around 15,000 per lane ( just the lane it self and machine) if you want the scoring system as well...20,000
They charge by the game at most places.