Contact our Tacoma Bowling Center!
Paradise Bowl Entertainment Center
12505 Pacific Ave
Tacoma, WA 98444
Office: (253) 537-6012
Fax: (253) 535-5054
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday
9:00AM - Midnight
9:00AM - 2:00AM
9:00AM - 2:00AM
8:00AM - Midnight
If you're looking for an exciting place to host your next birthday
party or corporate event, look no further than Paradise Bowl Entertainment
Center. We have a bowling alley, a nightclub, an arcade, and much more.
Driving to Our Location
If you're coming from the south, take I-5 N until you get to exit 127
for WA-512 E. Next, take the WA-7/Pacific Ave exit and turn right onto
WA-7 S. Drive south for about one mile, and you'll see our entertainment
center on the left.
If you're driving from the north, take I-5 S until you get to exit
127 for WA-512 E toward Puyallup. Turn left onto WA-512 E, and continue
until you get to the WA-7/Pacific Ave exit. Turn right onto WA-7 S and
drive for about one mile. You should see our building on the left.
Pacific Lutheran University
Joint Base Lewis-McChord
The Puyallup people lived in the Tacoma area for many centuries before
non-native settlers began arriving in the mid-1800s. In 1864, Pioneer
and Civil War veteran Job Carr built a cabin in what is today known as
"Old Town." Much of Carr's land claim came under the control
of Morton McCarver, who named the settlement after Mt. Tahoma, the indigenous
name for Mt. Rainier. Tacoma became the western terminus of the Northern
Pacific Railroad in 1874, and enjoyed significant growth afterwards.
Today, Tacoma is home to roughly 200,000 people. The Port of Tacoma is
situated on Commencement Bay, and is Washington's largest port. Tacoma's
main attractions include the Museum of Glass, the Washington State History
Museum, and America's Car Museum. The Tacoma area is also home to
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, a large military installation that staffs about
Tacoma Public Resources
Tacoma Police Department
Tacoma Public Library