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bowling green pavilion

A building, often located in a park, where players can change and store equipment and from where spectators can watch the game.

 

 bowling green pavilion, Bowes Museum, County Durham, England

  Grade II listed bowling green pavilion, built around 1908, located on the east side of the bowling green at the Bowes Museum, County Durham, England.  Photograph copyright:  Sarah Collins, 2008.