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Laconia - Funspot

579 Endicott Street North

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Funspot is the largest arcade in the world, founded by Bob Lawton in 1952. It provides quality entertainment in an atmosphere right for the whole family! And its array of fun is continually growing.

Funspot offers over 500 games, a 20 lane ten pin & candlepin bowling center, cash bingo, outdoor & indoor mini-golf, a restaurant, a tavern and more!



Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Funspot really IS a fun spot. There are games that adults and children both fun enjoyable. They have a great bowling alley, bar, concession area and mini golf. I've also hosted my son's Birthday parties there two years in a row and they are wonderful hosts! The only downfall is some of the games are older and will either be out of order or take your tokens and don't let you play.

Sarah Braz

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
If you're just going there to play old retro arcade games this is the place for you! It's fun for a good few hours. The ticket system really needs work though. The 'prizes' are really awful and not at all worth the money spent. We won over 10k in tickets only to be able to get a Chinese finger trap and an over sized pen. I enjoyed the old school games on the second floor, only a quarter each.

Selena Moody

Thursday, March 1, 2018
I have spent an entire day here with my best friend and it was amazing. We loved all of the old games on the 3rd floor and I played Dig Dug for quite some time up there. The ticket games are fun, we spent a while playing Deal or No Deal. It is a very nostalgic place for older people (even though I'm not old, it reminds me of a field trip with summer camp as a kid) and there is something for everyone, even if you're not a gamer. The prizes are alright. You don't need to bring a lot of money to spend a whole day here.

jeff papillon

Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018
This is a great family place to have a good day. The food is very good downstairs and well worth the price. There's a ton of games to do. The tokens are priced very well for a family to do lots of stuff at a reasonable cost. Both the bowling alleys are pretty cool. The owner is a great guy and is there every day and make sure that his business runs well it's nice to see that. The rewards for the tickets are a bit on the cheaper side but I understand.

Jason Ryerson

Monday, March 12, 2018
Was great years ago. I wonder what changed. They used to be so community oriented and now they no longer celebrate any holidays like they used to. Gone is the bike week stands and even chowder fest.

Funspot is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media