A broad selection of garden skittles games to suit all tastes, ages, scenarios and budgets.
Classic traditional skittles game for the back garden
Non-traditional garden skittles with 10 pins
Several versions of this traditional Skittles game from Finland
Brilliant Swedish game - cross between skittles and tennis
A game similar to Kubb but better for children
A traditional Finnish skittles game.
Don't forget our large selection of genuine pub skittle pins and balls as well as classic indoor skittles games...
A range of Molkky games. Classic traditional skittles game from Finland - now popular all over the world. Throw sticks at the numbered skittle pins.
A range of Kubb games. Kubb is a great Swedish traditional skittles game. Inexpensive Kubb sets through to Deluxe Kubb in a luxury wooden box
Largest range of traditional nine pin pub skittles and balls. All sizes and styles of pub skittles at sensible prices swiftly dispatched
Range of high quality hand-made Table Skittles for pubs and coinnosseurs & smaller Bar Skittles for the home and family. Spare parts also available
Fantistic fun skittle games for indoors and the home. Quality children's toy skittles games like ''knock the soldiers down'.
Tournament of Knights is another great outdoor game from Sweden where it is known as Riddarspelet - in the same family of games as the more famous Kubb. A unique game of skill, Tournament of Knights is ideal for garden parties or just fun in the park. ...
A great set of Hardwood skittles which are beautifully polished to give a quality finish. Test your accuracy to the limit and try to knock all the pins down in one. The set contains 9 x 23cms (9inch) skittles, 3 x 8cms (3.25 inch) regulation balls, ins...
Bring the fun of skittles to your home! The aim of this traditional bowling game is to knock all the skittle pins down with as few attempts as possible and it is a fantastic game for players of all ages. This nicely-crafted garden skittles game is constru...
Kyykka is a centuries old outdoor game from Finland that can be played in teams or individually. The object of the game is to obtain points by throwing a large wooden bat to knock your opponents' skittles out of the playing area in as few throws as possib...
This game is thought to have been originally a Western European game - it's still played in France and Benelux where it's known as Table à Toupie and Toptafel, respectively. Nowadays, however, it seems to be more popular in North America where it's usuall...
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