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Mini Golf

May 27, 2013 - September 2, 2013

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This summer, the National Building Museum brings back its popular indoor Mini Golf exhibition. The expanded attraction features two nine-hole course options, with all new holes designed and built by leading Washington-area architects, landscape architects, and contractors. The courses explore the architects’ and designers’ ideas for “Building the Future,” with twists and turns sure 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.

Hours & Admission

Mini Golf is open during Museum hours unless otherwise noted. Last entry time to play Mini Golf is 4 pm on weekdays unless otherwise noted. Mini Golf ticket sales will end at 3 pm on weekends and holidays.

Visit the Admissions Desk to purchase tickets on a first-come, first-served basis. $5 per course per person. With purchase of full-price Museum exhibition admission ticket, the price for one course is reduced to $3. Museum members pay $3 per course.

Course Guides

Check the conditions and get the lay of the land before playing a round.

Visit the Green Course
Visit the Blue Course

Mini Golf Late Nights

"Bogey down" and play a round after hours. Mini Golf will remain open until 9 pm six evenings throughout the summer:

Thursday, June 6
Thursday, June 27
Thursday, July 11
Wednesday, July 24
Thursday, August 8
Thursday, August 22

Please note that ticket sales will end at 7:30 pm to allow everyone a chance to play through.

Original Mini-Golf Holes Designed by Area Professionals

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.

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