With half-term around the corner (18th – 22nd February), the stress of keeping little ones entertained is looming. With extended opening hours, off-peak pricing, and food kids will love, at Puttshack, children (and parents) are guaranteed to have a tee-riffic time.
Fusing space-age technology with the classic game of mini-golf, the indoor entertainment venue Puttshack is opening its half term doors at the earlier time of 10am Monday to Friday, to cater for the family fun. If that wasn’t enough, off peak pricing before 5pm means day-time players can visit for cheaper rates (£7.50 adults, £6.50 kids).
As the world’s first super tech mini-golf experience, teams can enjoy an array of never-seen-before holes with easy Trackaball™ technology and automatic scoring, meaning competitive families can crown their very own mini-golf champ.
With kitchens open from 11am during half term, putters can take a break from their games with a range of family favourites. From freshly baked pizzas, gourmet burgers, free-range chicken breast mini-wraps or shawarmas, and melt in the mouth beef skewers, there’s something for the fusspots and the foodies. For big kids with the week off too, Puttshack’s dedicated rum bar will serve up a selection of Caribbean-inspired tipples.
Half term off-peak hours are Mon to Fri 10am – 5pm, with prices of £7.50 for adults and £6.50 for kids (aged 12 and under).
Kids tee times are available until 7pm Mon – Fri, 4pm Sat & 6pm Sun for half term.
Puttshack kids must be at least 7 years old to play golf.