Monday, June 11, 2012

Building Museum Mini-Golf

Summer Programs 2012
It used to be that if you wanted to play mini-golf indoors, you'd have to truck over to H Street NE to H Street Country Club.

No more.  As of July 4th at 10am, you'll have a course right in your backyard: the National Building Museum is opening a one-of-a-kind mini golf course designed by local architects, construction firms, urban planners and designers.  Each hole will have a - you guessed it - building related theme, inspired by an actual building, bridge, landscape or monument, or one that the designer made up themselves, with the hope of winning the "Best in Show" award presented by the museum later this summer.

It costs $5 to play, or $3 with paid same-day admission or membership (which you can get for only $25 right now at LivingSocial).

The course will close on September 3rd, but not before two late-night puttputt sessions on Thursday July 26th and Thursday August 23rd.

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