Galaxy Strikes is a New Entertainment Center in Warrenton


Aaliyah Jackson

The carpet at Galaxy Strikes is out of this world

The Galaxy Strikes bowling alley is the newest recreational activity in Warrenton, Va. It is an 18 lane bowling alley filled with decorative science fiction designs. Warrenton does not have many entertainment/activity centers in the area, so this new addition is sure to have people’s interest around town. The building where the bowling alley is located was previously a Peebles store, and after that it was Gordmans department store.

Besides the fun of bowling, Galaxy Strikes bowling alley offers over 45 food menu items to choose from and 10 drink options. Just a few of those including an assortment of hamburgers, botanas, chicken wings, nachos, pizzas, snack bars, Mexican food, and salads.

The bowling alley was a fabled attraction whose idea has been floating around for the past three and a half years. The location of the bowling alley has changed multiple times and finally settled down in the Warrenton Village Center.

Co-owned by Brent and Patty Mills, they are excited to open another attraction in the desolate land known as Warrenton. Since the closing of Broadview Lanes, Warrenton has been left without the ability to bowl. The place is spectacularly clean and that is surprising for a bowling alley. It will be quite a test to try to keep it that way given that it is a bowling alley.

If you have a spare hour and $5 for a game of bowling, Galaxy Strikes will not disappoint.