Potter's Duck Pin Bowling Alley

 

Get your Nebraska Passport stamp
  7a.m to 5p.m Monday through Saturday  at the Potter Sundry
  located downstairs and next door to the alley
  or across the street at The Potter State Bank 
  8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m Monday through Friday.

Come visit us at the bank for your free tour of Potter’s Historic Duckpin Bowling Alley.

 

The Restored Potter Duckpin Alley
is ready for YOUR next event or party!

Location:
Potter's Duckpin Bowling Alley
(Owned by the Potter Historical Foundation)

upstairs  328 Chestnut Street
  Potter, NE 69156

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(check back coming soon)

FAQ:

  1. Is the bowling alley handicap accessible?
     a) unfortunately not at this time.
    The bowling alley is on the second floor,
    and you do have to go up lots of steps.

  2. Can we bring in food and drinks?
    a) yes, there is even a refrigerator
    and microwave you can use.

  3. Is there somewhere close we can eat?
    a) The Potter Sundry is downstairs, next door
    contact them about parties, catering and
    of course the Potter Tin Roof Sundae!
    b) Bags Bar, just down the street on the corner
    Great evening specials and cool drinks!

 Historic Duck Pin Bowling Alley

Potter Community Involvement and Potter Historical Foundation have done great things in town!
The old Duck Pin Bowling Alley if now ready
 - you can Rent for parties and special occasions. Good clean entertainment.




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