You can swing into the long weekend at this colourful spot. A vibrant mini-golf course is officially reopening, and you can adventure through tons of nostalgic scenes. Dust off those clubs and throw on your favourite 90s gear, because Toronto's Par-Tee Putt will make you feel like you've gone back in time.
It's time to get your golf on again because one of the city's most colourful courses is about to reopen its doors.
Par-Tee Putt is a unique mini-putt golf club and restaurant serving up tons of nostalgia and delicious eats.
The venue closed on March 16 and now it's finally ready to welcome visitors back.
Opening August 1, you can book a spot at this throwback wonderland just in time for the long weekend.
The attraction features 27 themed holes, and each one references television shows, classic films, and more.
You'll be greeted by paraphernalia like a shark from Jaws, E.T on his bicycle, and a life-sized Operation game.
You can even visit the iron throne from Game Of Thrones, but this one has a unique golf twist.
After a game, you can hang out at the restaurant and enjoy some food and drinks.
The menu features items such as Detroit-style pizzas, Coney Island dogs, and more.
You can also indulge in beer, wine, cider, and other boozy beverages.
Games start at $25 per player, which includes unlimited mini golf for 90 minutes and a reserved table.
Safety measures such as hand sanitizer, physical distancing, single-use menus, and more have been implemented at the venue.
Another immersive attraction is also opening this weekend. Daydream Adventures is a whimsical escape room that will make you feel like you've gone down the rabbit hole to Wonderland.
Start practicing that swing and book a spot at Toronto's nostalgic mini-golf bar this weekend.
Price: $25 + per player
When: Reopening August 1, 2020
Address: 26 Duncan St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Explore 27 themed holes at this vibrant mini-golf course.