Child meets adult in this spunky, retro mini golf course

Images by Natalie Hall

By Natalie Hall

Photo of lit up Ferris wheel in the Minnesota State Fair mini golf hole.Wacky, trendy and playful describe the off-beat mini golf course in an old canning factory in St. Paul. The punchy colors and crazy obstacles reveal that Can Can Wonderland doesn't take the game too seriously but ensures that it's seriously fun.

Artists designed the holes they dreamed of playing for the 18-hole mini golf course. It includes a State Fair hole, a baseball hole where you trade your club for a bat, and a tribute to Minnesota native Prince, with The Hole Formerly Known as the Longest Hole in the World.

Photo of mini golf course obstacle constructed of band instruments, which the golf ball hits as it bounces through the structure.

Mini golf is just the beginning, arcade classics like pinball and Pac Man line the wall, table tennis and foosball tables flank the course, and the restaurant and bar serve classic American cuisine and a wide variety of drinks.

Can Can Wonderland brings out your inner child, and satiates your fried food and retro decor yearnings all in one former canning factory.



Video by Natalie Hall

And for more fun mini golf adventures, check out these courses in Minneapolis and St. Paul.



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