Who said museums are a no-play zone? The National Building Museum’s interactive miniature golf course exhibit features a one-of-a-kind, 12-hole course that people of all ages are welcome to play on.
Designed by some of the D.C. area’s most innovative architects and construction firms, such as Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Hargrove Inc., and District Design, the indoor mini-golf course debuted on July 4 and will stay open until Sept. 3. With mini-golf history facts highlighted on the museum walls, the exhibit allows visitors to learn about the game while playing on the designers’ challenging courses.
For $5 per round or $3 per round with purchase of the full-price museum exhibition admission ticket, the mini-golf course is a nice afternoon get-away for families, co-workers or friends. Visit www.nbm.org for more information, or call 202 272 2448.