Beginning in June, and running through September, the family-favorite pastime can be found in Arlington.
Mini golf and summer go hand-in-hand: It’s a fun outdoor activity that the whole family can participate in, and this year, a new course is coming to town.
Beginning on Friday, June 21, the Rosslyn Business Improvement District (BID) will launch Rosslyn’s first pop-up putt-putt course, set to run through the end of August or the beginning of September.
For $3 per person (price is for adults and children), players will go through the nine-hole course, which will be decorated with re-creations of Rosslyn landmarks, like Dark Star Park, Key Bridge and Potomac Tower.
The pop-up will also include an indoor cafe with video and carnival games, and a vintage-inspired Candy BAR with novelty ice creams and candies. Craft beer, wine and sangria will also be available at the cafe.
The course will be open on Fridays (5 to 9 p.m.) and Saturdays (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.), and private bookings with happy hour packages are available for local businesses, as well as party packages, including the full space, food and drinks on select days and times.
For more information, or to purchase tickets (available in June), visit rosslynva.org/putt. // 1401 Wilson Blvd.; $3
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