Now Until September 2, 2013
The National Building Museum
401 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Tickets: $5 per person per course/$3 per person per course with purchase of museum ticket
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 10 am—5 pm, and Sunday, 11 am—5 pm
This summer, the National Building Museum brought back the popular Mini Golf exhibition. . During your visit to the beautiful National Building Museum, you have the opportunity to play a little mini golf. The exhibition included two 9-hole courses. The courses were created by leading architects in the Washington DC area and the courses were inspired by the architects “Vision of the Future”. The Mini Golf exhibition is fun for ages 4 and up.
Check out the courses here before checking out the Mini Golf Exhibition
Visit the Green Course
Visit the Blue Course
The National Building Museum also has night runs of the Mini Golf Exhibitions
Thursday, August 8
Thursday, August 22
Holiday Inn Washington DC - Central/White House is recently renovated, with upgraded amenities. You'll find impeccable service at one of the most convenient locations in Washington, DC. Modern hospitality and our friendly staff are eagerly awaiting your visit. The hotel is walking distance to monuments, museums, and the business district. Major attractions are only minutes away.
The Hotel is located at the northwest corner of 15th street & Rhode Island Avenue, NW.
•6 blocks north of the White House.
•6 blocks north-west of the Washington DC Convention Center.
•4 blocks north of the McPherson Square -Vermont Ave./White House exit
•4 blocks south-west of Dupont Circle Station Metro Subway
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(National Building Museum Website)