Mini-golf lovers will soon be able to play a pop-up putt putt course in Rosslyn that features local landmarks.
The park is nestled at the corner of Wilson Blvd and N. Oaks Street, and the pop-up is expected to open on Friday, June 21 and remain open until late August or September, according to a press release.
Re-creations of Rosslyn landmarks will decorate the pop-up, including the Key Bridge, Dark Star Park, and the Potomac Tower, which was designed by the recently deceased architect I.M. Pei.
Admission will cost $3 and tickets will go on sale in June.
Next to the park, attendees will be able buy penny candy and ice cream and play arcade and carnival games at a vintage pop-up cafe the BID is also building for the summer. The cafe will also sell sangria, wine, and craft beer.
The pop-up will be open on Fridays and Saturdays with an option for private bookings on Thursday, per the press release.
Image 1 via Rosslyn BID, Image 2 via Google Maps
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