Tee Off With Mini Golf at the IMA
Mini Golf at the IMA combines original art with playful competition at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The course features 18 holes designed by local, regional and national artists. In honor of Indiana’s bicentennial, each hole is inspired by Indiana history, heritage and landmarks.
Open through October, some of the creatively designed mini-golf holes include the Benjamin Harrison hole, with a replica of the hometown hero and former president of the United States’ house; the Covered Bridges of Indiana with recreated bridges; and Vonnegut Doodles, commemorating Indianapolis author Kurt Vonnegut.
After playing, grab refreshments from King David Dogs and Sun King Brewing at the course’s clubhouse. Mini Golf at the IMA is included in the price of admission to the IMA—plan to extend the day with a visit to the museum, nature park and outdoor sculptures.
Admission: $18 adults; $10 youth 6 to 17; free ages 5 and under. Members play free. Closed Mondays. Location: 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis. For more information, call 317-923-1331 or visit IMAMuseum.org.