Played August 23, 2013
Reviewed by the Pink Putter
Birdie – We love when mini golf meets education and this course does it well. A variety of water features combined with hills, pipes and rolling landscapes makes for a quick and fun adventure. Signs on each hole give educational facts about the terrain. The course is also surrounded by native Minnesota plants complete with a course plant guide. And the bonus? You can explore the whole museum when you are done putting.
Educational and Fun
Next to the river
On Science Museum premise, which means you can make a day of it
Panning for Gems and Large Camera Obscura activities that you can play in at the end of the course.
Hard to find (but a hidden gem when you do!)
- Flags in holes
- Rubber covered putters
- 9 holes, par 19
- Open from the end of May to beginning of September, 10am-dusk
- Additional charge of $3 for kids ages 4-12 and $4.50 for adults with museum admission, or $5 after 5pm without museum admission