Artist-Designed Mini Golf returns to the Walker Terraces
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Artist-Designed Mini Golf returns to the Walker Terraces

Tee up on the Walker terraces this summer, with unbelievable views overlooking the Minneapolis skyline. Opening Tuesday, May 22, the one-of-a-kind course features 10 unique, artist-designed holes for only $10. More details at Mini golf will close on September 2. Hours coincide with the exhibition galleries.

Ticket prices are $10 ($8 Walker members, U.S. Bank cardmembers, and ages 7–18); free for ages 6 and under with a paid adult. Additional $1 discount for Walker members and students paying with a U.S. Bank card. Each mini golf ticket also includes one $5 gallery admission (up to $10 value) to use within 6 months.

Tickets for Skyline Mini Golf can be purchased at the Main Lobby desk, near Esker Grove restaurant. If you’re parking in the ramp, walk toward the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden/Main Lobby.

Tee times are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Course & Weather Updates
For course and weather updates, call 612.375.7697.

Free Mini Golf for New Members
Become a new Walker member and get a free round of golf for everyone included in the membership. Membership starts at $5/month. Join at or 612.375.7655.

Private Rentals & Events
For information about private mini-golf course rentals and events, contact or call 612.253.3540.

Skyline Mini Golf is partially handicap accessible. All holes are playable from the perimeter, if guests are unable to step onto the holes. For information about accessibility, please contact or call 612.375.7564.


HOLE 1: Reflection of Choices
By Chris Crammer
When the unexpected happens, decisions must be made quickly! Drop your ball onto the ramp, then consider all your choices as you hit some bumps and surprises along the way.

HOLE 2: Curling Club
By Paul Hedlund
Matching outfits aren’t necessary for your team to enjoy success on this curling sheet! Inspired by the Winter Olympics classic sport, this hole propels you to avoid the curling stones and brooms. The goal is to bring your ball to the “button” in the very center of the rings.

HOLE 3: Block Party
By Tom Loftus and Robin Schwartzman
Get ready to play! Toy blocks, abstract sculpture, and color field paintings inspired this hole’s design.

HOLE 4: Thrillo-Brillo
By Yousif Del Valle, Tom Loftus, Andrew MacGuffie, Meena Mangalvedhekar, and Amy Toscani
Clean up your act! Are the odds stacked for or against you? Take your best Pop shots to play through this Warhol-esque hole.

HOLE 5: Tale of Two Cities
By Jordan Hedlund
Step up for the challenge of this Minnesota-themed hole! Choose Minneapolis or St. Paul, but beware: the great Mississippi River could swallow up and return your ball. Your Goal? Putt up to the Iron Range and sink it!

HOLE 6: Ball Aboard
By Michon Weeks and Christian Weeks
Take a ride on the light rail from Target Field Station. Choose the Blue Line to the Mall of American or the Green Line to Union Depot. Stay on track to your destination! If you get off at the wrong station, wait there until your next turn. Place ball near hole to continue play.

HOLE 7: Guess What? Chicken Putt!
By Brian Fewell and Cami Applequist
Putt up to Henrietta, but avoid hitting her eggs and chicks. If you can get this chicken to lay an egg in four strokes, you’ve made par. Watch out for the fox in the henhouse! If he eats your ball, you’ll have to start over.

HOLE 8: Be a Sculpture!
By Nicola Carpenter, Bryan Carpenter, Susanne Carpenter, and Sean Donovan
Place your feet on the footprints and become a sculptural obstacle for your fellow golfers to navigate.

HOLE 9: Let’s Be Frank
By Yousif Del Valle, Tom Loftus, Andrew MacGuffie, Meena Mangalvedhekar, and Amy Toscani
Step back in time with an all-American favorite.

HOLE 10: Don’t Blow It
By Robin Schwartzman and Tom Loftus
Take a careful aim at this giant gumball machine. Get the ball into the coin slot, then watch it spiral down. Try for a perfect hole-in-one!