Walker Art Center's popular Artist-Designed Mini Golf coming back


Starting next Thursday, you can return to a sculpture garden littered with unusual sights – like a "giant gumball machine" – for a game of mini-golf you're not likely to experience anywhere else.

The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis will again host its Artist-Designed Mini Golf, which the museum promises will feature some challenging new holes this time around.

The event, which is marked by its colorful and quirky obstacles, runs from May 21 to Sept. 7, according to the Walker.

The course will be in the center's Minneapolis Sculpture Garden – home of the iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry Sculpture.

Adults can play the full course for $19; the price drops down a bit for students and children.

Admission to the museum is included in the price of the tickets.

There may be lines when the games kick off next week, however – according to City Pages, the course has been "insanely popular" in the past.

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