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Odyssey Fun Center Is Your Home for Family Fun In Sheboygan
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Odyssey Fun Center is an affordable place to have a great time and enjoy some Family Time and good times with friends. Our bowling center is not your typical bowling alley. Our center is Family Fun oriented with accommodations for all. Sports, games, food, beverages, comedy, and fun for everyone.
We have 16 bowling alleys all equipped with bumper rails that go up and down for youth and adults so everyone can bowl together on the same lane! Every lane is also handicap accessible.
Check out our awesome Galactic Bowling, where you bowl with a light show and great music....it looks like a nightclub! When looking for family fun in the Sheboygan area look no further than Odyssey Fun Center! We are a great place for Birthday Parties, Fundraisers, Company Events, Open Bowling Specials, Fun and Competitive Leagues, Comedy, and much more!
Upcoming Events at Odyssey
Mark your calendar for Comedy Nights!
Featuring Greg Bach & Carmen Morales
2 great comics. 1 laugh-out-loud night.
*Please note that comedy lineup may be altered due to unforseen circumstances
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