Many are not aware of it, but AKKC is hiding a treasure trove. In our historic basement facilities, you’ll be able to find one of Denmark’s earliest established nine-pin bowling alleys (also called Skittles) and a variety of other historic bar games - it's like stepping into a forgotten world, and it's undoubtedly an experience.
The skittle lanes are the predecessor of bowling, and they differ in that the lane is narrow and made of wood, just as the balls are made of wood and without holes for the fingers. In addition, the points are kept manually with the help of a blackboard and a piece of chalk.
This makes the game quite different from what we all know as bowling. If you have not tried playing skittles, it is an obvious opportunity to have a fun and challenging experience. Because even if you are good at bowling, it does not mean that you are good at skittles.
There are two rooms with skittles - a "new" room called Kegleloungen with a lounge atmosphere and an "old" room called Keglepubben with a pub atmosphere and other fun bar games such as darts. Both rooms can be rented in connection with various events.
What distinguishes the skittle lanes in Kegleloungen from the skittle lanes in Keglepubben is that the skittles in Kegleloungen are automatically raised by means of strings, whereas the cones in Keglepubben have to be raised manually, which is done by our so-called skittle risers.
The skittle lanes are very popular as an activity in connection with a meeting, a Christmas lunch, a family party or something else.
If you wish to book the bowling alleys in connection with a meeting, they are booked through the Meetings and Congress Department, and if you wish to book the bowling alleys in connection with dining, the booking must be made via Restaurant AKKC by MEST.