Mini Golf

May 27, 2013–September 2, 2013

Mini Golf is now closed. Be sure to check out the 2017 Summer Block Party offerings.

Mini Golf at the National Building Museum. Photo by Emily Clack.

During the summer of 2013, the National Building Museum brought back its popular indoor Mini Golf exhibition. The expanded attraction featured two nine-hole course options, with all new holes designed and built by leading Washington-area architects, landscape architects, and contractors. The courses explored the architects’ and designers’ ideas for “Building the Future,” with twists and turns to challenge golfers young and old. Play these unique courses, designed for ages 4 and up, in air-conditioned comfort during Museum hours from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

The Museum invited firms and individuals to sponsor, design, and construct a hole with the theme of “Building the Future.” Many participants have formed teams with other building industry professionals to make their hole as dynamic as possible. The Museum will present a Best in Show award, determined by a jury of design experts, and players will vote for the People’s Choice award.

Mini-Golf Sponsors, Designers, and Builders


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