Candlepin bowling—that cousin to tenpin bowling, with lighter balls and slenderer pins—was first played in Worcester in the 1880s. No surprise, then, that it’s become a staple of New England play (it’s also big in northeastern Canada).
Here are 10 top options for candlepin bowling in the Boston region. Get your string on.
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