People who live in Washington DC homes enjoy hot summers. When it’s too hot to go outside, it’s easy to get stir crazy, especially if you have kids. If you’re on the lookout for fun, indoor things to do this summer, the National Building Museum has an exhibition for you. They’re bringing back the popular indoor mini golf exhibit. Bring your family and friends who live in Washington DC homes (or those who come to vacation) and enjoy mini golf in air conditioned comfort.
There are two 9-hole courses to play on. They’re designed by architects, landscape architects, and contractors working in Washington DC. The theme of the courses is “Visions of the Future.” Each course has plenty of twists and turns to challenge and delight players of all ages.
These new courses mean no one needs to sit melting in Washington DC homes this summer! Don’t let your family get heat-induced cabin fever. Load everyone up and get out to play mini golf. The game is lots of fun, and there’s a lot to learn and think about in the exhibit. Mini golf is available at the National Building Museum during museum hours from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Click here to learn more.