Comments for Inside Splitsville at Walt Disney World, bringing bowling, food, and fun for all ages at all hours in Downtown Disney


  1. Jeff Lynch

    It’s going to be interesting to watch how well this does.

    Do people on vacation want to go bowling? They must have studied this and determined, yes.

    Personally, I can’t think of ever wanting to go bowling on vacation. Being from a cold climate city, whenever I’ve been to Florida or California or some place warmer..all I want to do when not in a theme park is to go swimming. Going to a bowling alley would probably be the last thing I’d want to do on vacation, since I can do that back home easily.

    But, I hope this succeeds and there is a big market for it. Time will tell for sure!

    1. Patrick E

      People who visit WDW evry 4 years probably won’t be bowling they’ll spend every waking moment at the Theme Parks. But our family visits at least once and lately twice a year so we’re spending less time in the “Park Rat Race” and more time at the pool, golf cources, shopping, etc. We’re always looking for non-park things to do on our next trip. So we’ll probably work a trip to Splitsville in even though we don’t regularly bowl. I think additions like these are aimed at repete guests rather than the first time or the “every few years crowd”. (And if any Imagineers are reading, when is the WDW skeet/trip facility opening?

  2. Gordon

    Is that a piece of seafood (sushi roll) I see on your plate? Amazing!

    1. Ricky Brigante

      California rolls are good. That’s about where I draw the line.

  3. jane

    I llive in central fl. Kissimmee. Im sure we will be there. Awesome.

  4. K{P

    I’m not sure I understand how the bowling here works, I even spoke on the phone with them and it still seems ridiculous….so on nights, it’s $20 per person per 1.5 hours. Say you have a group of 6. The average bowler takes 15 minutes to bowl a game, so with 6 people on one lane you only bowled one game in a hour and half….which means each person just paid 20 bucks for ONE GAME (total cost $120). But if 6 people each get their own lane, they can each bowl 6 games in an hour and a half at $3.33 per game…..this sounds like a complete rip off! The lady on the phone at Downtown Disney, seems to confirm what I said….

    1. Ricky Brigante

      You’re correct and it is indeed quite expensive. With big groups, it might be best to get side-by-side lanes. That way you can still socialize with each other, but also bowl twice as quickly and possibly get 2 or 3 games completed in the hour and a half instead of just 1.

      1. K{P

        from what it says on their website, when they open up being able to reserve lanes, you can only get single lane reservations. Which means you won’t be able to do the side by side lane thing unless you go there and wait on a waitlist for two side by side lanes which will take forever

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