Looking to spend a little time in the great indoors?
You’re not alone. Sometimes the unpredictable behavior of Ohio’s weather can put a real damper on your social game. If you’re feeling limited in your plan-making and you haven’t found a fun indoor activity to keep you entertained, let me share one of the coolest places to spend a few hours.
Much like bowling, I’m terrible at mini-golf. But that doesn’t stop me from going out and having some fun with friends. That’s where Miner49er hops in to save the day.
Miner49er is a black light, indoor mini golf course, complete with a bar and kitchen. It’s a one-stop shop y’all.
Nothing says a fun group activity like getting a little tipsy and attempting to whack a neon ball into a hole, am I right?
Hand-painted murals depict an old mining town, aka Stableford Mines.
The putt-putt course is full of fun holes and they claim that the back nine of the course is actually pretty challenging. As I previously mentioned, I struggle with hand-eye-coordination, so all of the holes seem equally challenging to me.
The best part is that you can visit without breaking the bank.
Rates are $10 for adults and $6 for kiddos. Miner49er Mini Golf is located at 1158 W 3rd Ave Suite B, Columbus, Ohio 43212. They are open Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m., Thursday-Friday from 12 p.m. to 1 a.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. On Monday and Tuesday, they are reservation only.
For more info about Miner49er, you can visit their website here.