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Peter Pan, Austin

(4.4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
An Austin Tradition since 1946, Peter Pan Mini Golf is fun for all ages. Enjoy two 18-hole courses filled with a variety of characters, obstacles, and surprises.
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  • They don't take credit cards and this iconic spot charges $11 per person. The 36 holes are more than 36 years old. Parking can be a challenge as the location and signage draw folks by the full SUV's.  more »
  • My family has always been a great fan of mini golf: often when we went on holiday our parents even chose the hotel based on how far it was from the nearest field. I don't blame them: when you have young children you need to find small compromises like this to make sure you don't freak out in the middle of a four-hour guided tour in yet another archaeological site (which, when you have four years, generally doesn't look so different from any other pile of rubble). So until the age of five years I valued my love for a particular Country as I have fun in their mini golf courts (Clay received extra points just because I was in love of his famous goats). I close this long curly writing that the most fun I have ever played mini golf (and thus in my little chubby little girl's heart was a veritable paradise on Earth) was, coincidentally, the Peter Pan Center in Austin, Texas, in the United States. The reasons are many and all different. There is first of all the charm of the old: even as a child I had no idea that this was a rather long in the tooth and the fact that so many people continue to visit it and liking it filled my heart with joy. It's really one of those places were born and grown up in love for authenticity, and this after so many years has made him a unique place (a bit like the whole atmosphere of the beautiful Austin). He was also one of the few places outside of Italy that had a chance to visit more than once. Overall, I went more or less 10 times and it has never let me down, I never got tired. Generally, after some routes tend to be boring if they exceeds for more than a few times. But not here. I don't know why. Maybe because every time I go there I feel almost back home. I see the beautiful statue of Peter Pan and I think of all the stories that my father and I used to make up on every single statue, all the holes that I won (and all those that I missed), to the laughter of my brethren and at large portions of fries that we were after each game. How can we not feel kids again after this great wave of memories flood every time he goes through that gate? It's a truly magical place: will always remain in my heart.
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  • 18 holes for 7 USD for an hours entertainment is fine, however the course was littered with leaves. I know it's a bit of fun but it was a shame, as it had the feeling that no-one really cared. Not wor...  more »
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  • I like this place because it's versatile. It fun place to go on date, or bring kiddos. The staff are nice. It is also byob.
  • I had a good time here. Whimsical, but well kept. Awesome date night activity
  • Facility are not the best. However it is fun to go in a group and enjoy a night out. Not for a date atmosphere
  • They're incredibly rude threatening to call the police because I had the audacity to pull into their precious location to clean up a Giant soda spill .. nobody needed that spot and it's not like I wanted to have that particular added stressful situation butt he acted as if I wanted to post up and Camp there when all I wanted in the world was to clean it up so that way I could Salvage but I could and get the f*** out of there . it was unnecessary rudeness and I'll deduct 10 points as often as I feel like until I feel better LOL
  • Come for the experience not for a challenge. The courses are dirty and poorly maintained and not very challenging at all even on the harder course. Aside from the interesting art work this place is probably best for a family with small children