Funspot

579 Endicott Street North
603-366-4377

About Us:

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!


Reviews

Daniel Gillman

Rating:
Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017

Largest arcade in the world. Family friendly. Ticket prizes are all reasonably priced, as are the games. If you get tokens by the bowling alley they are 14 cents each instead of 25, although you can only use 20 dollar bills. If you love classic games be ready to spend a couple hours. Only put in one token at a time as not all games are as well maintained as others, and some may not register the token or the stick might not work correctly on one side and it might be better to use player 2 instead. Still the best fun to be had for the amount invested.

julie thrasher

Rating:
Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017

My husband and I are arcade fanatics. Once we found out about this place, we had to go. The 2 hour drive from Boston was more than worth it. It was way more than what we expected. A ton of vintage games, and new too! Definitely fun for all ages. We didn't bowl, but the price was super reasonable for that. Each spent $20(we always do). And it was more than enough. Spent 3 hours just on games, then played mini golf. Not an intense course, but all the models and signs were very interesting. Loved this place, will definitely be back again!

Jason Miller

Rating:
Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017

It's an arcade. One of the last of a dying breed. It's also a bowling alley, a small bar, go carts, ropes, and more. I've been going here at least annually for more than 40 years. It's truly a shame that they were prohibited from continuing their Memorial Day weekend fireworks. Used to be a great way to kick off the summer.

Chris Bloomfield

Rating:
Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017

Amazing place! Little kids bumper karts run off a token. At 16 cents a token this place is the least expensive arcade in America that we have found. Lots of love the games were single token, some were 3 or 4. From Double Dragon and Contra to Deal or No Deal they have games of all ages. It is great to see a business run properly with lots of happy customers. This is one place to see and rates as one of the best things we have done on our adventure to every state in America.

Ryan Waldron

Rating:
Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017

Good place to go spend a couple hours having fun. Good pizza at the cafe. Have notices that the selection of games keeps getting thinner and thinner in the modern game section.