Texas has a little bit of everything, from Effel Towers with cowboy hats to the biggest pools across the globe. Not surprisingly, Texas also has its own Neverland. The iconic Peter Pan Minigolf at 1207 Barton Springs Rd in Austin will make you feel like you're a kid again.
The course was originally built in 1948 and has skyrocketed to popularity in Austin for its adorable theme and giant Peter Pan character statues. The minigolf joint has two 18 hole golf courses all decked out with different characters from the Peter Pan stories.
Over the years, the course has added non-Pan related statues including a Texas Totum Pole and a giant shoe. The course also features a giant T-rex what makes everyone who stands near it look incredibly tiny. The two courses are labeled the East and West courses with the East one rumored to be the easier one of the two. The West course features Peter Pan himself and gets increasingly more difficult, having obstacles like loopity loops.
The course is open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to midnight on weekends.
They also have an open picnic area so feel free to bring a cooler as long as you follow their no glass or open flames rules. On very hot days they sell snow cones for just $2.
Prices for the courses is $7 for one or if you feel like taking on both courses its only $11.
With all its whimsical characters and fun attractions, you should definitely get ready to visit this course the next time you're in Austin.
For more information about Peter Pan Minigolf, you can visit their website here.