Slowly but surely, the long lanes in this iconic building have been dwindling. But soon, this Dover landmark will cease to exist as thousands of families in Dover have known it.

Dover Bowl will be closing permanently in the spring, and the memories will be a distant past.

The Revo Casino and Social House will open in the near future, using the expanded space where Dover Bowl once delighted families of all ages.  According to Foster's Daily Democrat, renovations have already begun, and the final day of bowling is April 29.

The parent company, The New Hampshire Group, says the new space will debut sometime this summer as a dining and live entertainment venue with an expanded gaming area.

The arcade games have already been removed, so don't go looking for Lane Master or Space Invaders, because they are not there anymore.

Dover Bowl via Facebook
Dover Bowl via Facebook

The New Hampshire Group's casinos are required by New Hampshire law to give 35% of profits to charity, as are all casinos in the Granite State.

DraftKings Sportsbook has been part of the Filotimo Casino at Dover Bowl for the past two years.  The parent company of Dover Bowl says people are asking for a full-service casino with dining and entertainment.

According to the Play Like A Rebel Facebook page, more exciting games are coming soon.

The New Hampshire Group is planning a farewell party for Dover Bowl in the spring, where everyone is welcome.

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