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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!


William Paige

Sunday, July 29, 2018
My girlfriend and I spent most of the weekend at Fun Spot. It's always such a great trip. Monkey trunks was a great activity to break up the day and do something active. The ice cream next door had a great selection of flavors and toppings. The prizes aren't too expensive ticket-wise for an arcade. There is also an awesome selection of classic games upstairs if that's your thing. We didn't go bowling this time around but there was just so much to do that we couldn't fit it all in. The food here is way better than I expected. The pizza tastes great for a fair price and their chili cheese fries are crazy good. The staff are always friendly and welcoming. This is a definite destination location for whenever we find ourselves in New Hampshire.

Jeremy Scharping

Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018
A lot of vintage games, bowling alley (candle pin and duck pin), mini golf, decent pizza, and a full bar. Everything a family needs for a fun afternoon on a rainy day. I'd give it 5 stars if it didn't turn into an oven once people start filling it up. So if thick, hot crowds don't bother you then consider it a 5 star location.

Stefanie Newlin

Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
In town visiting friends and had to check this place out. All the kids (4,7 and 9) loved it and even us adults had fun. There was tons to do and the kids love knowing that they've been to the worlds biggest arcade now. Definitely stop in if you haven't been before.

Nick mcgruder

Monday, July 2, 2018
This place is fantastic. I have three kids, a 10yo, 6yo, and a 4yo and they all absolutely had a blast. My wife and I also had a great time especially with the nostalgic games upstairs. There are literally hundreds of games, of every imaginable format and difficulty level. We also loved the candle pin bowling which was new for all of us. We actually ran out of time so we didn't get to try the indoor mini golf, but it looked pretty interesting. Pricing was about what you would expect for a tourist attraction, but still well within reason. Check their website for specials, but be mindful of restrictions. We expected one price for the bowling, but because it's considered "school vacation time" right now (early July), those rates didn't apply. The food we had was actually decent and not overly expensive. It was $20 for a 17" large pizza and five drinks and we actually had a slice left over. This place should DEFINITELY be on any gamer's bucket list and we will absolutely come back again.

Kathleen Pridham

Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018
This is a family favorite! Something for everybody here. The games are reasonable, the indoor mini golf is a lot of fun, it's like a field trip around NH with all the special NH landmarks. You can buy lunch or you are welcome to bring your own lunch and grab one of their many tables.

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