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From a press release:
Don’t let your summer get stuck in the rough‒combine your love for the building arts with a putter, ball, and one-of-a-kind mini-golf course designed by some of the region’s top architects, construction firms, urban planners, and designers. For two glorious months at the National Building Museum, play holes inspired by the world that people design and build. Challenge your friends and family to a round of mini-golf in air-conditioned comfort, packed with enough fun to make Augusta National Golf Club green with envy!
Tee off when the course opens on July 4 at 10 am and play every day through Labor Day during Museum hours. The Museum will have two late nights until 9 pm: Thursday, July 26 and Thursday, August 23.
WHERE: 401 F Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20001; Metro: Red line to Judiciary Square and Yellow/Green lines to Gallery Place-Chinatown.
WHEN: July 4 through Labor Day during Museum hours. The Museum will have two late nights until 9 pm: Thursday, July 26 and Thursday, August 23.
WHO: The course is designed for ages 4 and up.
WHAT: A playable indoor, air-conditioned mini-golf course with 12 one-of-a-kind holes created by some of the region’s top architects, construction firms, urban planners, and designers.
COST: $5 per round per person. With purchase of full-price Museum exhibition admission ticket, the price per round is reduced to $3. Museum members play for $3. Those who want to see the course without playing can do so as long as they have exhibition admission tickets.